RT @TBird_Athletics: Mesa athletics finishes 19th of more than 400 schools in NATYCAA Cup standings http://t.co/WOPlqce6mJ
A college degree is growing in importance. https://t.co/bdyRDq1HVU
An interesting ROI in time at MCC: 80% of students who transfer to a university do so at a sophomore level or higher.
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Posted on April 24, 2014 by Sally Mesarosh
Mesa Community College walked away with two team championships at the Avnet Tech Games Competition recently. Bruce Carlton, MCC computer science faculty, sponsored the teams, which included:
The Avnet Tech Games is an annual college technology competition that provides students with an opportunity to apply what they learn in school to real-world scenarios. Students compete in teams and each winning team member is eligible to receive a scholarship. Nearly 200 students on 76 teams from Arizona community colleges and universities competed for scholarships in the ninth annual Avnet Tech Games.
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