Masks are required as in-person classes and student services like admissions come back to campus.
A scramble to the deadline led to a $3 million Hispanic-serving institution grant for the college.
While the Greens aren’t gunning for president, students like student debt relief and job guarantee.
The credit union donated for the second year in a row to the First Year Experience program.
A month of online classes confirms my prediction that online learning just isn’t the same.
The workshops gained participants and a new direction to teach online students success strategies.
Libertarian vice-presidential hopeful “Spike” Cohen visited Phoenix. Is this the party for students?
Mesa Community College’s Mesa Market and We Care Wednesdays return as curbside pickup and drive-thru.
Embry Women’s Health opens free drive-thru coronavirus testing site on Southern and Dobson campus
Democratic front runners Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders discussed the new coronavirus, the climate crisis and immigration in the Democratic presidential debate moved from Phoenix, Arizona to Washington, DC. The … Read More