Media Coverage

Former Palatine Sports Standout Fighting Colon Cancer

Published Friday, March 11, 2016

MCC shortstop got the unexpected news that he had colon cancer. And to make matters worse, he was in stage 3 of the disease. Fighting Cancer.pdf

Coverage of MCC Veteran Resource Fair

Published Thursday, March 10, 2016

Coverage of MCC Veteran Resource Fair on: KPHO-PHX (CBS)  TVEyes Media Monitoring Suite - [Transcript]2.pdf and  News/Talk 92.3 KTAR TVEyes Media Monitoring Suite - [Transcript].pdf

MCC'S New Art Gallery Has a Seriously Impressive Collection

Published Thursday, March 10, 2016

Visitors who take a left after walking into a new gallery space in Mesa will encounter iconic images created by William Wegman, an artist renowned for using his own Weimaraners in his compositions. They're displayed across from Red Vapor for Ripe Strawberries, a 2013 oil-on-panel piece by Phoenix artist Rachel Bess. Nearby, works by local artists Frank Ybarra and Joe Ray share a wall with a piece by Alexander Calder, an artist famed for making kinetic sculptures using mostly red and black...

The 8th annual Phoenix Experimental Arts Festival

Published Wednesday, March 9, 2016

Mesa Community College faculty Chris Todd performed the piece,“Intoxia (moonflower)” at the Phoenix Experimental Arts Festival. Northeast Valley News _ The 8th annual Phoenix Experimental Arts Festival displayed captivating performances.pdf

Benedictine University at Mesa Offers New Scholarship

Published Tuesday, March 8, 2016

New full-time traditional undergraduate students enrolled beginning fall 2016 at the Benedictine University at Mesa campus may be eligible for the new Mesa Partnership Scholarship to help with tuition costs. The $3,000 annual scholarship is for employees or dependents of City of Mesa employees; employees or dependents of Mesa Public Schools employees; Mesa Public Schools graduates and Mesa Community College students who have earned 60 credit hours or more or an associate degree. Benedictine...

Mesa Athletics Highlighted by NJCAA Magazine For Community Service Work

Published Tuesday, March 8, 2016

Mesa Community College Athletics, honored for its 11 team community service project at Feed My Starving Children, is highlighted in NJCAA, a monthly publication of NJCAA athletics around the country.

Coverage of Maricopa Colleges Provide Summer Camps for Kids

Published Monday, March 7, 2016

From life skills and performing arts, to Kid’s College and STEM in Spanish, students ages 4 and older can go to “camp” at Maricopa Community Colleges this summer. Info on MCC camps included. Maricopa colleges provide summer camps for kids - Your West Valley News_ Elmirage.pdf Mesa Community College Children’s Center receives highest rating _ Mesa Independent.pdf

Resource Fair in Mesa Brings Assistance to Veterans

Published Tuesday, March 1, 2016

The Veteran Services Office at Mesa Community College seeks to ensure the academic success of veteran students, providing support from initial transition through graduation. From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Thursday, March 10, there will be a Veterans Resource Fair at Mesa Community College. Resource fair in Mesa brings assistance to veterans - East Valley Tribune_ Mesa.pdf

March "Maricopa Now" Features MCC Insurance Industry, Lego Club, Fashion & Merchandising and New Sustainable Agriculture Degree

Published Monday, February 29, 2016

Four segments on the March edition of MCTV feature Mesa Community College.  Insurance Studies with T-bird Seth Kruger segment, minute 3:46 Lego Club with Jacob Sorenson (MCC All-Arizona), minute 8:16  Fashion Merchandising & Design with MCC Faculty Lori Liang, and MCC students Nicole Willis and Aaron Thew, minute 11:14 New Sustainable Agriculture Degree with MCC student Wayne Johnson, Jr. and MCC faculty members Peter Conden, George Brooks, Jr., and Steve Priebe. Christee Rothbard is...

St. Scholastica brings new manager to Mesa Community College campus

Published Saturday, February 27, 2016

The College of St. Scholastica welcomes Christy Potter as campus manager to oversee recruitment for its bachelor of social work (BSW) and doctor of nursing practice programs. The BSW program is in its second semester at Mesa Community College and the DNP program will launch this May. St. Scholastica2.pdf