Media Coverage

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

Coverage of Finalists for Seattle Colleges Chancellor Diverse

Published Friday, February 26, 2016

The Seattle Colleges Board of Trustees announced the finalists for a new chancellor on Feb. 23. The new chancellor is going to take over for Jill Wakefield, who is retiring in June 2016, after seven years. The finalists are: Gale Gibson Gayle, president of Essex County College, N.J. Mark Mitsui, deputy assistant secretary for community colleges for the U.S. Department of Education Shouan Pan, president of Mesa Community College, Ariz. Finalists.pdf Northwest Asian Weekly Candidates to...

SCC hosts Global Engagement Conference

Published Friday, February 26, 2016

Annique Nestmann, Director of International Education at Mesa Community College, said that the very first Global Engagement Conference has done a great job of infusing international curriculum into necessary disciplines. Global.pdf

Fitness: Exercise is Best Medicine for Many Ailments

Published Thursday, February 25, 2016

Craig Nolan, a member of the Exercise Science faculty at Mesa Community College, writes about the benefits of exercise. Craig Nolan.pdf

Videos: Mesa Community College Art Gallery opens

Published Thursday, February 25, 2016

The Mesa Community College Art Gallery grand opening exhibition, dedication and reception were held 6-8 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 24, at 1833 W. Southern Ave., Mesa (near MCC Theatre). The reception, with light refreshments and entertainment​, began at 6 p.m. with dedication remarks at 6:30 p.m. (Video below by Richard H. Dyer, Mesa Independent) Videos_ Mesa Community College Art Gallery opens - Mesa Independent _ Mesa Independent.pdf

McDonald's Partners to Recycle Used Coffee Grounds, Help Gardens Grow

Published Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Mesa Community College (MCC) Urban Horticulture and Sustainable Agriculture programs and McDonald’s are partnering in a new coffee grounds recycling initiative to help its gardens grow. MCC Urban Horticulture faculty pick up used coffee grounds weekly from the Southern & Longmore McDonald’s restaurant and add them to the school’s urban garden compost. McDonald's partners to recycle used coffee grounds, help gardens grow - Comunicaffe International.pdf

ASU Startup School in Mesa builds business skills — for free

Published Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Faculty from MCC's Entrepreneurial Center will teach evening workshops at ASU Startup School in Mesa.  Individuals who complete all sessions in the start-up school will be eligible for entry into the MCC Entrepreneurship Certificate program, with one of the introductory courses waived. ASU Startup School in Mesa builds business skills — for free.pdf

Walk this Way: Top Trails to Experience Desert Beauty

Published Monday, February 22, 2016

Whether your idea of natural beauty is flowers, waterways, mountains or the desert, Arizona has lots of options to explore the wildlife and the beauty of the West. The Rose Garden at MCC is included in the list. Walk This Way_ Top Trails to Experience Desert Beauty.pdf

PBS Coverage of Red Mountain Pupfish

Published Saturday, February 20, 2016

An endangered little bulldog of a fish took another step toward recovery recently, when over 300 desert pupfish were released into a refuge pond on the Red Mountain campus of Mesa Community College. Pupfish.pdf video at link below

Goodwill Visit Yields Treasure Trove of MCC Yearbooks

Published Friday, February 19, 2016

Writer Jay Marks finds a remarkable collection of Mesa Community College yearbooks, starting with the very first edition in 1965. Yearbooks.pdf