Media Coverage

The AZ TechnologyCouncil Announces Promotion of Leigh Goldstein to Chief Operations Officer and Vice President, Programs and Events

Published Tuesday, October 4, 2016

CW Richmond reports that the Arizona Technology Council announced that Leigh Goldstein has been promoted to chief operations officer (COO), and vice president, programs and events. Goldstein received a bachelor of arts in business and economics from Arizona State University and associate degrees in marketing, management and organizational leadership from Mesa Community College.  The Arizona Technology Council Announces Promotion of Leigh Gold - CW Richmond WUPV.pdf and  Link to Sector...

Group Wants to Strengthen Mesa College Connections

Published Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Mesa City Councilman David Luna has been appointed chairman of the re-established community advisory committee at Mesa Community College at Red Mountain, as reported by the East Valley Tribune. Group wants to strengthen Mesa college connections - East Valley Tribune_ Arizona.pdf

Arts and RM Cienega Featured in Mesa Gateway Connection

Published Saturday, October 1, 2016

MCC is featured on page 5 (Arts) and page 16 (RM Cienega) of Mesa Gateway Connection. Online

Audition Notice: Good 'N' Plenty

Published Friday, September 30, 2016

PHX Stages: Audition notice - GOOD 'N' PLENTY - Mesa Community College - October 11 & 12. PHX Stages_ audition notice - GOOD 'N' PLENTY - Mesa Community College - October 11 & 12.pdf

Mesa Now #39, Mesa Community College

Published Thursday, September 29, 2016

Mesa Channel 11 features MCC's CTE Programs and student life on Mesa Now show.  MCC featured and  Entire Show

Ready for the School Year, and a New Challenge

Published Thursday, September 29, 2016

Contradictions and paradoxes.That’s one of the first things Dr. Shouan Pan noticed about Seattle since he moved to Seattle Colleges, says Asian Weekly. Pan was president of Mesa Community College (MCC) for eight years. Ready for the school year, and a new challenge.pdf

MCC Reaches Out to First-Generation Minority Applicants

Published Wednesday, September 28, 2016

The Wrangler News interviews Deanna Villanueva-Saucedo, director of public outreach for Mesa Public Schools, who is currently working in the East Valley, with Mesa Community College, on initiatives to attract more Hispanic students to seek higher education. WRANGLER NEWS OCTOBER 1 2016 VIP edition.pdf

Sports Heroes: Dave Collins

Published Tuesday, September 27, 2016

MCC alum Dave Collins had a 16-year Major League Baseball career, during which he played for eight teams, stole 395 bases and, while playing for the Toronto Blue Jays in 1984, led the American League with 15 triples. He told Argus Leader  he went to Mesa Community College in Arizona in part because he had a chance to both play baseball and run track. He could also get in front of far more scouts than he would in South Dakota and potentially transfer to Arizona or Arizona State, two strong...

MCC Grad Receives Garden Club of America Scholarship for Desert Studies

Published Tuesday, September 27, 2016 reports that Tom Bulinski, a recent Mesa Community College graduate, was awarded a Garden Club of America Scholarship for his proposal to rejuvenate the Xeriscape Demonstration Garden on MCC’s Southern and Dobson campus.  MCC grad receives Garden Club of America Scholarship for Desert Studies - MyNewsMesa.pdf

Meet the Ricedorff's: Family Pride, Football Success

Published Saturday, September 24, 2016

Sports360AZ writes that the Ricedorff name has become as synonymous with Show Low High School football as the clean, relaxing four-season climates of the White Mountains in northeast Arizona. The Ricedorffs also have a family history of playing for Mesa Community College. Meet The Ricedorff's_ Family Pride, Football Success - Sports360AZ.pdf