Earning a quality education online
Mesa Community College knows how to deliver a quality education online for you. It’s one of the ways we’ve been listening and responding to student requests for flexibility. For decades, our faculty has fine-tuned innovative online classes that use the same curriculum as their on-campus courses. With technology and tools such as Canvas and video conferencing, you can learn valuable skills and earn transferable credits.
Our students say our online courses are no more challenging than our on-campus classes. Online classes offer the flexibility of fitting classes to your schedule, saving you the time and money of commuting to campus. Plus, there are helpful orientations and online assistance at MCC, so you can succeed.
With online learning at MCC, choose from three formats
Live Online classes meet virtually on specific days and times, so you can interact with your instructors and classmates in a real-time video session. If you don’t want schedule restrictions, you can learn when you want with Online classes. For the few classes requiring labs or specialized equipment, Hybrid classes combine online and on-campus education.
With whichever online class format you choose, you can succeed.
Tools for you
Orientation for Online Learning
Are you new to online learning? Our Online Learning Orientation will help you explore effective study tips, communication strategies, time management tricks, technology skills and more.
This online orientation is available to any currently enrolled MCC student. Simply log in with your MEID and password when prompted.Online Learning Orientation
Do you need help with using our online learning platform Canvas? If so, you can self enroll for our online Canvas training course with the button below.Self Enroll in Canvas 101
New to Canvas? Watch this brief tutorial video for tips.Canvas Video Tutorial
Get a preview of some of our online courses.Online Course Previews
We've gone virtual to keep you safe. Services include Financial Aid, Testing, Paying for College, Transcript Requests, and more!Virtual Student Services
In compliance with United States Department of Education regulations, follow this link for information about filing consumer complaints.
Mesa Community College has been approved to participate in the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements.
On October 29th, 2010, the U.S. Department of Education released a regulation '600.9(c) State Authorization' requiring institutions that offer distance education in a state where it is not physically located meet individual state requirements for offering distance or correspondence education within that state.
The laws and regulations apply only to the distance-delivered courses for students who reside outside the state of Arizona.
In complying with the law of any state where we offer Internet courses, Mesa Community College is approved in the state/s listed in the table below. The table will be updated as states are approved.
|Northern Mariana Islands