The college’s food service contractor wants student and faculty voices to help improve dining choices.
Delayed two years due to the pandemic, the annual event helps cross names off your shopping list and lets a handmade creation bring a smile to someone’s face.
The Student Culinary Council will create a direct way to stay involved with MCC dining options.
From food trucks to local art, the annual festival brings together the community before and after the holidays.
MCC hosts themed events to celebrate and benefit first-generation college students.
MCC to celebrate first-generation students with themed events from Nov. 7-10.
Some of the top art students across the country will be represented and offer students resources.
The new facility is expected to provide over 100 jobs to the community.
Old water pipes in Tempe have led to millions of gallons of water being lost during times of drought.
MCC arboretum cares for the well being of plant life at the Southern and Dobson campus.