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Southern & Dobson: 480-651-7225 | Red Mountain: 480-654-7696 |
The Bookstore carries everything to make the most of your college experience: used and new textbooks, school supplies, reference books, general reading books, MCC apparel and gifts, and academically priced software. Shop in store and online at
The MCC Bookstore also offers a textbook rental program as well as digital textbooks. Visit Rental Information for more details on our rental program. Visit Digital Content for more details on our digital textbook program.
Bus Servies
602-253-5000 |
Through the MCCD Travel Reduction Program, bus subsidies are offered to students in the Office of Student Life and Leadership and paid for in the Bookstore. To qualify for a student discount, the student must be enrolled in 12 or more credit hours at the time of purchase. Semester passes are sold during the first few weeks prior to the start of the semester. The availability of passes is lim- ited.
Career Services
480-461-7592 |
Career Services offers a variety of resources and assistance to those making decisions related to career and educational planning as well as employment searches. Services include computerized career guidance, a virtual Career Center at, current labor market information, guidance on resume preparation, interviewing techniques, internship opportunities, and job search strategies.
Cashier Services
480-461-7400 |
The Cashier/Bursar Office is responsible for collecting and posting payments on students’ accounts. The Cashier/Bursar Office over- sees monthly tuition payment plans, financial aid disbursement, and the collection of past-due debts. It is important for students to know their payment deadline dates and to familiarize themselves with the refund policy. The refund policy can be found by visiting
Center for Community and Civic Engagement 480-461-7393 |
The Center for Community and Civic Engagement provides students with educational opportunities in community service through placement in non-profit organizations, government agencies, educational entities, civic organizations, and citizen advocacy groups. The Center also helps identify community needs by building partnerships with the community, as well as providing assistance to faculty who are interested in developing service-learning components in their courses.
Service-learning opportunities, which integrate community service with academic curriculum, are part of many courses throughout the college. Interested students can also enroll in a 1-2-or 3-credit independent, open-entry/open-exit service-learning class in any one of 28 different academic departments and serve their choice of over 300+ community partners. These individualized courses require a commitment of 50 contact hours per credit, reflection activities, and other course requirements.
Children’s Center
480-461-7082 |
The Children’s Center at Southern and Dobson provides quality childcare for the children of MCC students and employees. The Center is licensed by the Arizona Department of Health Services to provide care for children three years (must be potty-trained) to twelve years of age. The Children’s Center offers a variety of experiences in a fun environment for preschool and older children. The center has a contract with the Department of Economic Security (DES) for students who are DES-eligible for a childcare subsi- dy. The Children’s Center is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children.
Clubs & Organizations
(See Student Life & Leadership)

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