The Mesa Independent reports that MCC student Marcus Downing has been awarded the Nina Mason Pulliam Legacy Scholarship for the 2016-17 academic year. The program covers full tuition, fees, and books and provides the student with an academic advisor mentor. MCC student Marcus Downing receives scholarship _ Mesa Independent.pdf
The Arizona Republic writes that LaCinda Lewis is challenging Petersen and Grantham in the House race in Gilbert. The last name might be familiar to voters since her husband is Gilbert Mayor John Lewis. An instructor at Mesa Community College, Lewis shares the same values as her running mate Lindblom. McClellan_ Gilbert has a choice in August primary election.pdf
Channel 12 coverage of MCC Coach Colin Post's tryout for the Olympics. No video available
Ten years ago Ryan Probst of Odelay Bagel Co. was attending Mesa Community College, waiting tables, and playing music. He never thought he'd be waking up at 3 a.m. to bake every day! Tastemakers 2016_ Ryan Probst of Odelay Bagel Co.pdf
West Valley View reports that the track and field hammer throw is something 2015 Verrado graduate Clay Campbell did very well for Mesa Community College this year. Clay Campbell has successful year at Mesa CC _ West Valley View.pdf
Robson Ranch Views reports that the Robson Ranch Arizona Ladies Social Club awarded 2016 scholarships to four graduates of Santa Cruz Valley Union High School in Eloy. The recipients were Hector Hermosillo, Jr., Yulisa Olvera and Yahira Ortega all of whom will be attending Central Arizona College and Arilena Martinez who will attend Mesa Community College.
Wrangler News and the Arizona Republic report that “Big Fish” the musical is coming to the Mesa Community College Performing Arts Center for six performances, July 15-23. AZ Republic
Photos and write up on the MCC Rose Garden on the Arhtisticlicense.com blog. MCC Rose Garden _ ARHtistic License.pdf Part 2.pdf MCC Rose Garden _ ARHtistic License Part 3.pdf
Allied.com featured MCC as an educational institution, a great place to take in the arts, and the home of the largest rose garden in the desert Southwest.
Maricopa Community College Television reports on MCC's Automation Program. https://www.facebook.com/MCTV115/videos/1101475123223844/