Thanks to all who came to MCC's Performing Arts Center Grand Opening today! @MesaMayorOffice @MesaDistrict3 #mesa http://t.co/traxTuK7rB
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Today City of Mesa Mayor John Giles joined MCC officials to cut the ribbon on MCC's new Performing Arts Center, followed by entertainment by MCC students....
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Posted on July 24, 2012 by Sally Mesarosh
The number of universities calling the East Valley home is going up again with Wilkes University, Wilkes-Barre, Penn., signing on as the fourth college in downtown Mesa. Wilkes joins Westminster and Albright colleges in the new Mesa Center for Higher Education, 245 W. Second St. Benedictine University will have its own campus at 225 E. Main St.
More important, the four schools join A.T. Still University Medical School and ASU Polytechnic, Mesa Community College, Carrington College, Everest College and a branch campuses of the University of Phoenix.
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