I would say this school is very accepting, but someone that doesn't want to put in work to receive a degree should not attend this school. Hard working students are always welcomed at this school.
One not interesting in advancing their career.
People who are nuts shouldn't attend this school.
I believe that if you dont or cant picture yourself at school doing better for yourself than you shouldnt be there or someone who doesnt think they are smart enough to be in college. you have to want it for yourself and no one else.
A community college to some people may seem like something they "have to do" but Mesa Community College is for someone who "wants" to go get an education. If someone isn't motivated/driven going to this school is really a waste of the MCC's time/efforts. There's hardly nothing this school CAN'T do. It's a privelege to be part of this school, and so rewarding in the end. Great education, if you don't want to be in college that's the only way you'd not attend this school.
Someone who is not willing to put themselves out there , give 100% of themselves will not be successful and will be a waste of time. I think someone that wants that school unity feel will be better off at a four year university. Anyone that has no self-discipline and is unorganized should not attend. Party people .
I really can't think of a kind of person who shouldn't attend this school. There are exciting opportunites for a great variety of associate degrees as well as transfer programs for those who want to obtain a Bachelor's degree. This school offers a wide variety of campus classes as well as evening and online options.
Everyone should have the opportunity to further their education. If I had to choose it would be the students that arent serious about education, it distracts those who are trying to better themselves and pursuit their careers.
Everyone should be able to attend this school, if the person has a scholarship to a ivy school than of course they shouldn't go to my school. i believe everyone has a right in a education, So it doesn't matter what school you go to, it matters the education your receiving.
A community college is specified for people who are mostly an undecided major and want to get their gen eds out of the way. There are many people out there expecting to go to a community college and get their "full college experience" that they've always dreamed of. Sure, there are clubs and events just like a university, but without the dorms and such a big campus, the community college doesn't have the same effect. So, probably the big dreamers of a university should not attend this school.
The kind of person who shouldn't attend Mesa Community College is someone who doesn't really want to go to school. I think that it is a good school and as long as you go with an appitite for learning you can really prosper. Everyone is welcome at Mesa Community College and success is up to the individual.
The person who should not attend Mesa Community College would be someone who is not ready to better themselves. College may not be for everyone but in this day in age without an education it is very unlikely you will succeed in life, or reach your fullest poteital. Mesa Community College is continulessly supporting of all their students, if you do not want to be in college, MCC is not the school to attend to. Besides supporting their students MCC will help you in every way to succeed and help you through your journey in college.
I believe that anyone would be welcomed with open arms not only by the students but by teachers and faculty a like. But i would recommend that an individual who feels they are to good for a community college not attend Mesa Community College.
everybody is welcome, we are a diverse campus.
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