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Room: I4-303
Phone: 619-388-2672

Hours:
M - Tu: 8:00am – 7:00pm
W - Th: 8:00am - 6:00pm
F: 8:00am - 3:00pm

Extended Hours
Friday, Aug 18th: 8am - 5pm
Saturday, Aug 19th: 8am - 1pm
Friday, Sept 1st: 8am - 5pm
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Programs

Mesa College Special Programs

We have a number of programs to assist you with achieving your academic goals here at Mesa College.

Clicking on most of the program titles will automatically direct you to each program's homepage.

International Students - A resource for non-immigrant students attending San Diego Mesa College on F-1 student visas.

MAAP - The Mesa Academic and Athletics Program (MAAP) is a cooperative effort between the Counseling and Physical Education/Athletic Departments dedicated to the academic success of Mesa student-athletes.

Mesa Academy - A student support program designed to enhance African American student success.

The Transfer Center - Serves as a resource center for students interested in transfer. Check out brochures, catalogs, workshops and more!

Puente Project - A student support program designed to enhance Latino/a student success.

Veteran Students (VA) - Designated counselors are here to help veteran students in any way we can. Anyone entitled to V.A. benefits should first contact the Veteran's office at 619-388-2805.

Testing and Orientation - The testing session will help determine which English and math classes you are prepared to take. Orientation will cover essential information on certificate, degree, and general transfer information. It will also address registration, college policies, and procedures that you need know to be successful at Mesa College.

Learning Communities - an academic program with inter-related courses and interesting subjects that provides participants with a support system to help with retention and academic achievement.

Career Center - Provides students with workshops, events, resources, tools and counseling to support career and major decision making and job readiness skills such as resumes, job search and internships.

First Year Experience - Provides students a comprehensive first-year experience that empowers them as engaged learners, integrates them into the college community as meaningful participants in campus life, and facilitates their successful transition into future transfer and career pathways.


If you have general questions, click here for additional assistance.

Mesa Online Advising Center (MOCC)

Welcome to the San Diego Mesa Counseling Center. Our Counseling faculty are available throughout the year to assist you with academic advising (vocational and transfer), career and personal counseling. Note that this service is available to Mesa College online students.