Page 14 - Mesa Community College Student Handbook 2018-2019
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Southern and Dobson: 480-461-7588 | Red Mountain: 480-654-7816 |
The Counseling Department offers a variety of services to support students in addressing educational, career, social, and personal challenges. The department’s support and guidance empowers students to plan, set, and achieve academic, transfer, vocational, career, and personal goals. Students are encouraged to utilize the cost-free confidential services to realize their full potential. It is recommended that students make appointments for quality personalized sessions. No appointments are needed in crisis situations. Counseling faculty also teach a variety of classes such as: CPD150 College Success, CPD 102AB Career Exploration, CPD 102AD Eliminating Self-Defeating Behavior, CPD102AH Stress Management, CPD160 Introduction to Multiculturalism, and others.
Disability Resources & Services
Southern and Dobson: 480-461-7447 | Red Mountain: 480-654-7771
The Office of Disability Resources and Services (DRS) provides assistance to students with disabilities, including those with learn- ing, physical, psychological, and other disabilities. Services include academic accommodations such as testing, note taking, inter- preting, alternative format, assistive technology and coordination with campus and community services.
The Adaptive Lab, located on the first floor of the Paul A. Elsner Library on the Southern and Dobson campus, is a unit of the MCC Disability Resources & Services Department. The Lab provides ADA-compliant computers for access to information and resources needed by students with disabilities. The area’s equipment and software includes screen magnification on large-screen monitors, voice recognition software, synthesized voice screen readers, software and equipment to convert text to electronic for- mats and Braille. In addition to the workstations in this lab, several workstations throughout the building are adjustable height workstations.
Disability parking spaces are available and designated in all parking lots on campus. In addition, wider spaces for loading and un- loading from vans are available in several parking lots. Please note that students with disabilities with a properly identified vehicle may park in any faculty or staff space as well as in those designated as handicapped areas. Temporary parking permits and infor- mation on location of special parking areas are available through Disability Resources and Services. Students whose impairments are not obvious may be required to provide substantiation from a physician of the need for disabled parking privileges.
Enrollment Services at Red Mountain 480-654-7600 |
Enrollment Services at the Red Mountain campus provides students the opportunity to complete essential enrollment functions – academic advising, admission, placement testing, registration, and tuition payment – all in a one-stop environment. Enrollment Services at Red Mountain also provides Student Support Services in the areas of: veterans, financial aid, career and disability resources.
Financial Aid Services 480-461-7441 |
Students who are attending Mesa Community College and who meet the federal requirements of an eligible student for financial aid may apply for the following types of financial assistance: grants, loans, and work-study. To apply for financial aid, students must complete a FREE Application for Federal Student Aid available at
Food Services
Southern and Dobson: 480-461-7897 | Grounds for Thought: 480-461-7772 | Red Mountain: 480-654-7805
Thunderbird Grill @ Southern & Dobson
Chartwells serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner at the Thunderbird Grill in the Kirk Student Center, Bldg. #35.
Grounds for Thought Coffee Shop is located in the breezeway adjacent to the Library and in the Kirk Student Center. Hours vary at different times throughout the year.
Mesquite Grill @ Red Mountain
Chartwells provides food service in the Mesquite Grill located in the lower level of the Mesquite building. They also serve specialty coffee drinks.

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