Richard Toler, faculty in the Department of Business and Information Systems at MCC, is featured in CardHub’s recent study about the history of credit cards. When Were Credit Cards Invented_ A Complete History.pdf
In just over two days, former MCC student Jennifer Boonlorn successfully funded the $10,000 needed for her Kickstarter campaign. Now nearly a month later, the Phoenix fashion designer is at nearly $19,000, giving her plenty to work with as she releases the new collection for her Soul Carrier handbag brand. Phoenix designer will release new line of leather handbags after successful Kickstarter....
Dianna M. Johnson of Mesa, Arizona has been selected as Professional of the Year by America's Registry of Outstanding Professionals for her outstanding contributions and achievements in the field of Roofing. Johnson earned her A.S. at Mesa Community College.
Sasan Poureetezadi, VP of Information and Technology at MCC, is published in Leadership, the Chair Academy Journal's Spring/Summer 2015 edition. The article examines technology trends in higher education. "Higher education leaders are often focused on strategic initiatives and day-to-day operational tasks, but an ever-increasing portion of their efforts are focused on where they should be...
MCC's urban agriculture initiative offers workshops to explore strategies. wnWorkshops.pdf
Mesa Community College’s accredited status with the Higher Learning Commission has been continued; a result of a recent comprehensive evaluation by HLC peer reviewers. wnHLC.pdf
Twenty-two students attending Mesa Community College are among 68 athletes from Maricopa Community Colleges recognized for academic achievement from the National Junior College Athletic Association for the just-completed 2014-15 year. wnAthletes.pdf
New addition to the Fiesta District: Hacienda HealthCare hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its newest location, Hacienda Children’s Hospital, Wednesday morning at 610 W. Jerome Ave. in Mesa’s Fiesta District. 07215 EVTrib Fiesta Dist Children's Hosp.pdf
Want to spark Jordan Zimmerman’s interest? Want to see his eyes widen, his motor rev up and his focus tighten? Tell him he can’t compete with upper tier college baseball players. Tell him he’s a good player, but not quite good enough. Then watch the 6-foot, 200-pounder from Mesa, Ariz., smash a baseball over the fence — which he did Monday afternoon in a 6-5 La Crosse Loggers win over Madison...
This U.S. News & World Report article quotes Kris Bliss, MCC Director of Student Retention and Support Services on helpful tips for planning and cutting costs. USNews 062915 Bliss-childcare.pdf