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Mesa Community College (MCC) is one of the most frequently searched colleges in America, according to a recent internet keyword search of United States colleges.
MCC is a public two year community college. It is the largest of 10 community colleges in Arizona's Maricopa Community College District. Established in 1965, the district currently serves more than 40,000 students each year. Roughly 22,000 of them are enrolled at MCC.
The Maricopa Community College District includes the whole Phoenix metropolitan area, as well as the cities of Chandler, Gilbert, Mesa, Scottsdale, and Tempe, among other, smaller communities. The other nine colleges in the district are:
Notable people who have attended MCC include more than a dozen Major League Baseball players and several head coaches.
MCC is accredited by the North Central Association.
Shown above: The Red Mountain campus of MCC.
photo credit: azcentral.com
Above: The Saguaro Building at MCC
Here are the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about Mesa Community College.
1. Where is Mesa Community College?
MCC has three campus, all of them in Mesa, Arizona. They are:
The physical and mailing address of the Southern and Dobson campus of MCC is:
1833 West Southern Avenue
The physical and mailing address of the Red Mountain campus of MCC is:
7110 East McKellips Road
The physical and mailing address of the Downtown Center of MCC is:
145 North Centennial Way
2. What types of degrees are offered at Mesa Community College?
MCC has more than 200 transfer, degree, career, and certificate programs to choose from. The college offers all kinds of two year Associate degrees and vocational certificates.
3. What courses and programs are offered at Mesa Community College?
Students enrolled at MCC can choose from many majors. Here are just a few of the school's degree and certificate programs:
Shown above: The Health and Wellness Center at MCC
Shown above: The new MCC Performing Arts Center
Above: Inside the MCC Performing Arts Center
4. Who should attend Mesa Community College?
Anyone living in the state of Arizona would be wise to attend MCC. The tuition is cheaper for Arizona residents, even those who live outside of Maricopa county.
MCC is also especially good for seniors, who get a reduced rate on tuition.
5. Why attend Mesa Community College?
Here are just a few good reasons to enroll at MCC:
6. How much does it cost to enroll at Mesa Community College?
According to the most recently posted tuition rates on the MCC website, the cost of tuition and fees to enroll is:
Financial aid may be available in the form of scholarships, grants, loans, and work study programs, to help students pay for their educations at MCC.
Above: Part of the MCC campus
7. How long does it take to earn a degree from Mesa Community College?
For full time students at MCC, it takes about two years to earn an Associate's degree, but may take a shorter time to earn a professional certificate.
However, roughly four out of five students at MCC attend the school part time. In these cases, students take however long they take to complete the necessary courses.
8. What is the Mesa Community College campus like?
The campus occupies an urban setting near downtown Mesa.
Campus attractions include the Rose Garden, the MCC Performing Arts Center, and the MCC bookstore. There is no on-campus housing available at MCC, but apartments are very nearby.
The athletic teams at MCC are called the Thunderbirds. The school colors are royal blue and red. Intercollegiate sports for men and women at MCC include:
Above: The Track & Field Championships at MCC
Above: The enviable campus rose garden at MCC.
9. What is the Mesa Community College neighborhood like?
Just north of campus, across West Southern Avenue, are several apartment complexes and literally dozens of places to eat. Other conveniences within walking distance include a Starbucks coffee, a Target store, a CVS Pharmacy, a Home Depot, and a discount food store, to name a few.
Just east of campus is the Fiesta Mall, with two levels of shops and restaurants. Other nearby attractions include several golf courses.
Walkability is excellent in this area. Public transportation is also good, with a light rail running through downtown Mesa.
Above: The light rail in downtown Mesa, Arizona
10. What are the distance learning options at Mesa Community College?
MCC features a variety of fully accredited online classes. Here is a list of the upcoming programs being offered online at MCC:
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11. What is the contact information for Mesa Community College?
You can reach the Southern & Dobson campus office at MCC by calling 480-461-7000.
To reach the Red Mountain campus, call 480-654-7200.
To reach the Downtown Center, call 480-461-6220.
Or you can call the school toll free at 866-532-4693.
To reach the career and technical centers at MCC, call any of the following numbers:
Above: The Mesa Thunderbirds logo.
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