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Mesa college counselor office

(Allow approximately 4-6 weeks for your transcript/s to arrive.)

To apply for financial aid: Complete the FAFSA and the Board of Governors Waiver (BOG-W) .

Get familiar with campus: Click here for the campus map and here for parking information .

Mesa College Programs and Services

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.

The DSPS Offices at the colleges offer eligible students access to a variety of specialized support services and assistive equipment in a timely manner. These services are intended to assist students with disabilities to more successfully participate in all college and career programs and activities. Participation in DSPS is voluntary.

There is a DSPS Office at each of our colleges. Our Interpreting Services Office, the College 2 Career Program, and the WorkAbility III program reside at the district office.

Contact the DSPS Office on campus or at the district for more information.

CITY COLLEGE MESA COLLEGE MIRAMAR COLLEGE
DSPS Office
619-388-3513
Office A-115
DSPS website
DSPS Office
619-388-2780
Office I4-405
DSPS website
DSPS Office
619-388-7312
Office K-204
DSPS website
SAN DIEGO
COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
DSPS Office
619-388-6983 (voice)
619-388-6534 (fax)
619-550-3389 (videophone)
619-388-6634 (tty)
Office 275
3375 Camino del Rio South
San Diego, CA 92108
Hours of Operation: M-F 8:00-5:00
DSPS website

College 2 Career (C2C)

Established in 2010, the College 2 Career program at San Diego Community College District (SDCCD) is dedicated to providing support for students with intellectual disabilities. In partnership with California Department of Rehabilitation and the Regional Center, C2C offers supported participation in college, continuing education and DSPS courses to assist students in reaching career goals and achieving integrated competitive employment.

Students are required to meet the following criteria prior to scheduling a counseling appointment:

  1. ENROLLED IN AT LEAST ONE CLASS FOR THE CURRENT SEMESTER.
  2. Completed one semester.
  3. Completed the math and English assessments OR an English and math class.
  4. Official transcripts of all colleges attended on file.
  5. Official transcripts must be evaluated for course equivalency. (Students must request for an evaluation that can take up to 30 business days to process.)

Appointments are made one week in advance by calling or coming into the office, early in the day, for your best opportunity to receive an appointment.

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