Arizona Business Daily reports that Mesa Community College (MCC) has been given high marks in the 2016 Open Doors Report on International Education Exchange. The college came in fourth place in Arizona when it came to the number of international students attending the college. MCC International Education.pdf
Arizona Business Daily reports that two Mesa Community College (MCC) students have been honored as team scholars. Jessica Siegel and Zachary St. Martin were both named Coca-Cola Community College Academic Team Scholars for 2017. MCC Students Awarded Coca Cola.pdf
Sonoran News reports that Isaac Mordukhovich, a senior at BASIS Chandler, has been selected as an Arizona delegate to the 2017 National Youth Science Camp. Isaac was named Best Diplomat at the Mesa Community College Model United Nations Conference in February. Governor Ducey announces 2017 Arizona National Youth Science Camp.pdf .
Cronkite News reports that in Arizona, a little over one in 10 community college students may be in danger of being homeless and more than 30 percent may experience extreme food insecurities. Interview with Sunny Price, director for the Arizona Students’ Association and Robert Schwing, a spokesman for Maricopa Community Colleges. making the grade.pdf and East Valley Tribune
Maricopa Now's March edition features AzAMI and interviews with JD Neglia, Leah Palmer, MCC student Paxton Lesatz and Carl Whitesel. Minute 23:00. https://youtu.be/eUnbUrMJdxE?t=1378
Maricopa Now features MCC fashion student Jessica Kelley and MCC fashion design instructor & FABRIC co-owner Angela Johnson. (First story) Johnson talks about her experience with students: "To know that I was a part of them being able to learn a skill and then use that skill to have a career, is so cool." FABRIC stands for Fashion and Business Resource Innovation Center It's a one stop shop to help students build businesses and start making money with their designs. Also featured at...
Steven P. Lurenz, a professor of history at Mesa Community College, believes that studying the humanities can help us better understand each other, reports the Arizona State University State Press. Let's stop the negative stigma surrounding arts and humanities majors - The State Press.pdf
MCC's partnership with MPS and the college's Nursing Program are featured in The Mesa Economic Reporter Newsletter. City of Mesa _ SECOND QUARTER 2017.pdf
The Mesa Independent quotes Mesa Vice Mayor David Luna about MCC's Early Childhood Education program, rated five stars by First Things First because of the quality of their program. City of Mesa exploring ways of providing early education - Mesa Independent _ Mesa Independent.pdf
Pensacola State College’s Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs Erin Spicer is a 2017 recipient of the Chair Academy’s International Exemplary Leadership Award, reports InWeekly.net. Chair Academy.pdf