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Mesa Information Nights
Transcript of Mesa Information Nights
San Diego Community College District
About Mesa College
About Mesa College
AA/AS --> receive an associates degree
Vocational --> take classes specific to your job or career choice
Certificate --> receive a certificate in a certain program to help further your career
Mesa has over 196 different degree and certificate programs in Allied Health fields, culinary /hospitality management, architecture, American Sign Language, fashion and much more!
SDCCD: City College, Mesa College, Miramar College and CE
Disability Support Programs and Services (DSPS)
Extended Opportunities Programs and Services (EOPS)
Learning Resource Center (LRC)
Study Abroad Programs
Student Health Services
Interlinked Resources and Student Services like:
One District application. One District transcript.
Associated Student Government (ASG)
21 Intercollegiate athletic teams including football, basketball, soccer, sand volleyball, and track and field
Excellent honors programs
Merrill Douglas Stadium
Why is it important to go to College?
Bachelor's Degree --> Health Information Management (HIM):
Cost to students
60 units of lower division coursework: $46/unit
60 units of upper division coursework: $130/unit
Total cost of the four-year program: ~$10,500
6 Steps to Become a Successful Mesa Student
Step 1: Apply online and turn in transcripts
The SDCCD application is available at
Step 2: Complete the Online Student Orientation
The orientation is available online at
Print the completion page when you are finished
Step 3: Take your English and Math Assessment Tests
Assessment via Placement Assistant. This assessment uses your prior academic history.
You will report your cumulative, unweighted high school gpa, last Math and English course
taken and grades for these classes.
You must bring the completion page and a photo ID with you to be admitted to take the
Step 4: Advisement
Bring your placement results and the Abbreviated Education Plan worksheet to the Counseling Office (I4-303) for assistance in developing your education plan.
Step 5: Register
Select classes online at
Register online through Reg-e at
Step 6: Pay for Classes
Pay online through Reg-e at
Need help paying for classes
Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA):
Must be completed and submitted AT LEAST two weeks prior to the term you wish to attend
Board of Governors Fee Waiver (BOGW)
Enrollment Fee Waiver for CA residents only
Little Known Facts:
In 1973 28% of all jobs required post-secondary education or training.
In the year 2020 65% of all jobs will require post-secondary education or training.
As of 2015 only 33% of the US working age adults have some type of post-secondary credential.
First Year Experience (FYE)
FYE was created to help seniors make the transition from high school to college life. FYE is a cool new program at San Diego Mesa College created to help you succeed.
Open to all high school seniors who expect to graduate in the Spring 2018.
You will enroll in 12 or more units for fall and spring semester.
You must enroll in English and Math each semester as it applies to your major and Personal Growth 120 in the fall.
Academic support you need to succeed in your first year in college and beyond.