San Diego Mesa College
San Diego Mesa College is a comprehensive community college committed to access, success, and equity for all of our current and former students. As an alumni, you’ve join a growing list of highly successful graduates who have transferred and/or continued on into successful careers. Mesa College defines alumni as, “any individual who has attended San Diego Mesa College.” So, whether you received a degree, a certificate, or only took one class, you are still considered part of the “Mesa Family”, and we welcome you back.
The goal of the Mesa College Alumni Network is to connect alumni with each other and your alma mater – Mesa College. Alumni are welcomed and encouraged to stay connected to Mesa College through campus events, news, affinity groups and by engaging with the Mesa College Foundation. We encourage you to join our mailing list to receive news and invitations to events, and to let us know how you want to be involved.
Ways to Get Involved with Mesa
- Connect: Attend events and get news about campus happenings
- Spread the word: Tell someone about what we are doing
- Help us shape our programs: Serve on an advisory board
- Partner with us: Be a guest speaker or host a tour of your company
- Mesa’s got talent: The Career Center can find you interns or employees – or help you find a job
- Invest/support Mesa students: Your company can fund a scholarship or sponsor an event
San Diego Mesa College is committed to access, success, and equity, and we are diverse community who collaborate to foster scholarship, leadership, innovation, and excellence in an inclusive learning environment. By promoting student achievement that leads to degrees and certificates, transfer, workforce training, and lifelong learning, we empower our students and alumni to reach their educational goals and shape their future. Among the largest community colleges in California, Mesa College serves 30,000 students per semester, offers 196 associate degree and certificate programs and is one of 15 California community colleges offering a four-year baccalaureate degree. Mesa ranks as San Diego’s top transfer institution, is a Hispanic Serving Institution, and serves more than 2,400 veterans and their families.