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- Bridges to the Baccalaureate
- College Newspaper
- Mesa College Theatre
- Museum Studies
- Music Ensembles
- Personal Growth
- CRUISE Program
- Mesa Tutoring & Computing Center
- Work Experience
CRUISE Program Mission
Creating Rich Unique Intellectual Student Experiences (CRUISE) aims to prepare and engage new, incoming students through a three-day, on-campus experience. Participants will successfully identify resources necessary to excel academically, connect with other first-time students, and get to know faculty through informal meeting spaces leading to a sense of belonging.
- Meet other students, and your personal Peer Navigator
- Work one-on-one with faculty who are committed to student success
- Get exposure to campus resources, student programming, and clubs
- Participate in academic and counseling workshops with faculty and staff
- Receive support for your entire academic year at Mesa
Interested in our 2019 Summer CRUISE Program? Sign Up Here!
CRUISE registration DETAILS
We have two different CRUISEs that are designed to meet the needs of our diverse student population:
SUMMER AND WINTER cruise
Open for all new, incoming students who recently graduated from high school and have not attended college in the last three years, as well as new students who are transitioning from Continuing Education, Veterans, and Adult Learners who have yet to attend college.
Open for early high school graduates. High school students completing their coursework in December 2018 and planning to attend Mesa for the spring semester in January 2019 should consider this one-day CRUISE session.
family and parents of incoming students at mesa college
FAMILY MEMBER/PARENT ACADEMY
To help parents/family members understand what college will be like for you, an informational workshop will be offered.
CRUISE Contact info
Have questions? Not sure which session to attend? Contact us here:
Phone: (619) 388-2757
The summer CRUISE was very helpful. It helped me familiarize myself with the campus and introduced me to many resources.- Priscila Chagolla, CRUISE Alumni
The guidance that I got from having a Peer Navigator made it a lot easier to adjust to college life after graduating from high school.- Al’Asia, CRUISE Alumni
They did a campus tour for us and tried to make us comfortable, so I felt prepared to start studying at Mesa.- Sean Ha, CRUISE Alumni
The best part of CRUISE was meeting new people who I eventually ended up in the same class as--which is helping me now.- Sadie Wager, CRUISE Alumni