One hundred or so volunteers gather at the bottom and Marlesta Drive and the entrance Tecolote canyon in order to give back to the city by cleaning up the local environment.
The Mesa College Information Officer Lina Heil says “We are out helping the county clean Tecolote Canyon today." Mesa College is "bordered on two sides by Tecolote Canyon,... Read More »
If you currently receive the Board of Governor’s Fee Waiver to waive your enrollment fees, you
might want to read on.
The Board of Governor’s Fee Waiver is an amazing resource that provides low-income students with funds to pay the enrollment fee.
According to the San Diego Community College District, students who receive the BOGW a... Read More »
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders spoke to over 12,000 people at the San Diego Convention Center who were in attendance of his campaign on March 22, 2016.
A very diverse crowd of San Diegans were lined up outside of the Convention Center as early as 1 p.m. even though Sanders didn’t take the stage until about 8:30 p.m. Some enthusias... Read More »
Transferring to a four-year university, obtaining an associate's degree or receiving a certificate of achievement is an exciting milestone for students across the campuses of the San Diego Community College District. After many semesters of hard work finally pay off, there are several events going on here at San Diego Mesa College to recognize stud... Read More »
The online polls for next semester’s Associated Student Government, opened up May 2 through May 6, are ready for students to cast their votes on whom they would like representing the student body this next term.
The election ballot included one candidate for A.S. President, three candidates for A.S. Vice President, one candidate for Treasurer and... Read More »
Next semester, students in the San Diego Community College District may see an optional $1 increase in the Student Representation Fee when they register for classes.
The current $1 SRF, paid at the time of class registration every semester, goes directly to the college’s Associated Student Government. The ASG then uses the money for a variety of... Read More »