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Mesa Community College
Mesa Community College is part of the Maricopa County College network, the largest network in the country. Over 100 undergraduate degrees are offered here. Although student/faculty ratios are slightly higher than other universities, the rich community life on campus is one of the main selling points.
Mesa is the third largest city in Arizona, after Phoenix and Tucson, however, the city itself is actually counted within the bounds of Phoenix. Mesa is known as a bedroom community, and you'll probably do most of your eating, drinking, socializing and exploring in Phoenix, which is only a few minutes away. The city is predominantly Caucasian and was founded by Latter Day Saints, but is no culturally devoid. The Mesa Arts Center and Historical Museum are well regarded.
Mesa Fiesta - Student Neighborhoods
Shalimar, Dobson Ranch and Fiesta Park Village are all neighborhoods close by to Mesa Community College. Dobson Ranch has plenty of housing, and there are many other options for apartments in the Fiesta Neighborhood Group.
Malls and Many More Options
The Fiesta Mall is quite close to Mesa Community College, giving you plenty of shopping options of all descriptions. Restaurants and grocery stores are also plentiful within the direct MCC area. If you're living close to school, you won't have to go more than a mile from your apartment to find a bar, park or drug store.
Mesa is considered a vey walkable city, and with town planning done well in advance, most of the streets are laid out in an easy to navigate grid pattern. Great for either walkers or drivers.
Many Mesa Housing Options
Mesa is a city rich in housing options, with hundreds of apartments available for rent. Apartments in the city start at $400 per month, and if your budget is up to $600 a month for housing you have a wide selection of areas and individual venues.
Crackers and Cornish Pasties - Dining Out in Mesa
You'll never go hungry between classes in Mesa, with a great range of cafes and little restaurants that can be reached from school. Crackers and Co Café specializes in breakfasts, brunches and traditional American meals - and the prices are great, so expect a bit of a line!
Most Mesa nightlife is actually Phoenix nightlife, with a much greater selection of nightclubs and cocktail bars in the big smoke than in Mesa, the burbs. Los Dos Molinos offers both a great selection of drinks and Mexican food to soak it up with, and Hollywood Alley is also popular.
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Why should I move to Mesa?
Located just 20 miles east of Phoenix, Mesa is a family friendly city with a diverse culture. An urban setting within picturesque natural surroundings, Mesa offers its residents great schools, warm weather, and an affordable cost of living. Evenings and weekends in Mesa are lively, with plenty of great local shops and restaurants, and major attractions including the Mesa Arts Center, Mesa Amphitheatre, and the Arizona Museum of Natural History. Outdoor enthusiasts will love to explore the local parks and the nearby beautiful Sonoran Desert.
i need help finding a 2 bd2bath with no credit check in mesa az
You will have to contact apartments in Mesa, AZ directly to see they require a credit check. Some apartment communities only require references, some require proof of employment, and others have strict screening processes.
What areas of Mesa are safe for walking around at night?
Northeast Mesa is known for being a very safe neighborhood, but this tends to come along with a higher housing rate. East Mesa, south of Highway 60, is also a nice and safe part of town, offering more affordable housing. The neighborhoods with the lowest crime rates in Mesa include Rancho de Arboleda, Ciela Grande, Val Vista Drive, Harmony Villa, and Desert Vista.
How is the school system in Mesa?
The schools in Mesa really run the gamut. Almost all of the city of Mesa is served by public schools operated by Mesa Public Schools; however, a small southern portion is served by the Gilbert Public Schools, and a small western portion is served by the Tempe Elementary School District and the Tempe Union High School District. Compared to other school districts in Arizona, Mesa Public Schools were rated better than 82.1 percent of Arizona school districts. The schools in Mesa were also rated 46.1 percent better than other school districts in the entire country. Each school in the district, however, is rated differently, so look into specifics if you're choosing a neighborhood.
What kinds of job opportunities are available in Mesa?
With a workforce that is neither predominantly blue-collar nor white-collar, Mesa's laborers are employed by a wide range of occupations. Primarily a city of sales and office workers, professionals, and service providers, many Mesa residents work in office and administrative support (18 percent), sales jobs (12 percent), and management occupations (8 percent). The top ten industries in Mesa are manufacturing (14 percent), retail (13 percent), construction (10 percent), healthcare (9 percent), education (7 percent), accommodation (6 percent), finance (6 percent), administration (5 percent), professional, scientific, and technical services (5 percent), transportation (4 percent). After that comes wholesale (3 percent), public service (3 percent), information technology (3 percent), and real estate (3 percent).