Enjoy a lunch at T-Bird Café in KSC at SD or @grounds4thought 2 locations (KSC & Library corridor) or Mesquite Grill, at our RM campus.
20 hours ago
Lose something? Lost and Found is located in the Public Safety Office at S&D and in the Ironwood Building at RM. http://t.co/kmNpcVEChF
23 hours ago
MCC has accepted the ALS Challenges from our sister colleges! Join Mesa Community College Student Life and Leadership ALS ice bucket challenge tomorrow...
19 hours ago
As part of the Honors Forum Lecture Series, Mesa Community College is hosting Mr. Reed Timmer on September 17 at 7pm in the Event Tent.
20 hours ago
Posted on August 21, 2012 by Sally Mesarosh
In the past, Maricopa Community Colleges had accepted work permits as one of the documents required to establish legal residency in Arizona to apply for in-state tuition, said Tom Gariepy, a spokesman.
The colleges initially said they would extend that practice to undocumented immigrants who receive work permits through Obama's deferred-action program, but that decision was put on hold after Brewer issued her executive order, Gariepy said.
August 30, 2012
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