MCCCD is helping advance robotics to have a common place in the workforce with Cobots, or collaborative robots designed to work alongside humans as mobile machines.
MCCCD and the Presidential Search Committee invite inquiries, nominations, and applications for the position of President of Mesa Community College.
MCCCD Board members unanimously re-elected both Marie Sullivan as President and Tom Nerini, Ed.D., as Governing Board Secretary.
In its first year of funding, MCCCD is pleased to report that it has received a total of $17.1 million from the Prop 207 recreational cannabis excise tax.
Governor Ducey released his 2023 budget proposal, outlining an investment in community colleges.