|Ethnicity Breakdown||Asian||Black||Caucasian||Hispanic||Middle Eastern||Native American||Pacific Islander|
|Mesa Community College Students||9%||10%||48%||35%||1%||5%||3%|
|All Bold.org College Students||11%||21%||37%||25%||2%||2%||1%|
These schools are similar to Mesa Community College in key aspects like size, setting, and academics.
100% of students
I've done mostly online classes but the times I've had to go to campus have been pleasant.
I wish they had more major options.
Mesa Community College was a great place to start my college experience. The classes are more manageable compared to a university. I was able to apply for a scholarship that covered most of my tuition so I did not have to worry about my finances as much. MCC is a great place to go if you are not sure what to study or where to start with your college career.
My one major complaint would be not having an assigned advisor. I was always talking to different people who didn't know who I was. I was never given a specific counselor or advisor for the 4 semesters I was here.
I learned a lot about the idea of higher education and Mesa college has given me the experience to better prepare myself when I transfer to SDSU I can honestly say that I don't regret it.
I wish the campus could be closer to home and I wish professors could do more to support students with disabilities.
The amount of tutoring and resources you can get from the school. They have a ton to offer to students!
Overall, there is not much to not like.
I liked most how small the teacher-to-student ratio is. Classes are relatively easy and the faculty is more than happy to help you out.
Campus life is very prominent and there are many clubs to be part of. There are emails sent to notify students of upcoming events or trips that the staff has planned.
I attended MCC online for 2 years. I appreciated the flexibility that the online classes brought. There was much availability for however you’d like to attend class (in-person, online, etc). I had a good experience overall.
It is a community college so you won't get the “stereotypical” college experience, but they make sure to keep the atmosphere as welcoming as possible.