Throwback Thursday: Rail History as Mesa Line Opens

A celebration of the light rail line to downtown Mesa on Saturday, Aug. 22 will feature informational panels on the history of Mesa, including info on what building served as the first home to Mesa Community College....

Posted on Friday, August 21, 2015 by Sally Mesarosh

In-State Tuition Helps 'Dreamers,' Some Say Not Enough

After graduating from Tempe’s McClintock High School in 2005, German Cadenas applied to ASU but was denied admission. “At that time, they were treating undocumented students like international students...

Posted on Friday, August 21, 2015 by Sally Mesarosh

Non-Traditional Student's Life a Lesson to Others

MCC alum Cindy Wong had a lot of obstacles to overcome as a youth – some that have taken decades to reconcile. She's now a scholarship student at ASU. Read her story: Non-traditional student's life a...

Posted on Friday, August 21, 2015 by Sally Mesarosh

Coverage of Trio Grant: Extra $23.4 Million in Student Support Services Grants To Benefit 36 States' College Students

More than 100 institutions in 36 states will benefit on the additional $23.4 million in Student Support Services grants announced by the U.S. Department of Education just recently. MCC is a recipient of an additional...

Posted on Monday, August 17, 2015 by Sally Mesarosh

Mesa Named Best Big City in Southwest in 2015 by Money Magazine

Mesa named Best Big City in Southwest in 2015 by Time, Inc.'s Money Magazine. (Number 10 of 50). The 5 Best Big Cities _ Money.pdf

Posted on Monday, August 17, 2015 by Sally Mesarosh

Valley Native Gets 'Wicked'

The Land of Oz is returning to ASU Gammage with the beloved musical Wicked. Stepping onto the Yellow Brick Road as part of the ensemble and as the understudy for Glinda and Nessarose is East Valley native, Beka...

Posted on Monday, August 17, 2015 by Sally Mesarosh