Ceramic student Gayle Belshe’s ceramic flamingo art is now on display at the biggest fair in Arizona.
The program at MCC gives insight into the business and production aspect of video game development.
Resume writing, cover letter writing, interviewing, and branding are all available for students to learn.
Plumbing, masonry, and solar courses are three new additions to the widespread of options available in MCC’s construction program.
Audio Production and Disk Jockey technique courses offer students hands-on experience with music industry techinques.
Volunteer work will be available around Mesa from September 9 to September 16.
MCC’s 2023 fall semester provides most student attendance since Fall 2019.
Boxing legend Michael Carbajal is one of many in boxing looking to positively impact the community.
The City of Mesa looks to rejuvenate the annual music festival after a long layoff due to COVID-19.
Former MCC and ASU jazz instructor will receive a retirement farewell concert to honor his years of work