MESA stands for Mathematics, Engineering, and Science Achievement and is a national program that was established in California in 1970 to serve students in preparation for pre-college and college levels in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) disciplines. Since it's establishment the MESA program has helped students become scientists, engineers and mathematicians, filling a growing national need for qualified technical professionals.
STEM Majors Include:
In 2007 a MESA Center was established on the San Antonio College campus becoming the first MESA site in the state of Texas. Much like the California program, the SAC MESA Center functions to support SAC students perusing degrees in the STEM disciplines and to prepare them to continue their education in seeking a 4-year degree and graduate school. The MESA Center cannot only help you graduate, but graduate with a level of confidence that will empower your post-graduate success and achievement. While the center is available to all San Antonio College students, an enhanced level of support is available for students who become a MESA member. All students enrolled in STEM courses are invited to meet with Ms. Analisa Garza, MESA Study Center Coordinator, to review the benefits and responsibilities of MESA membership.
Chance Academic Center 204 (CAC-204)
Open to ALL San Antonio College Students
Extended Hours for MESA Members
Monday - Friday 7AM-10PM
Contact: Dee Dixon
Chance Academic Center, Room 204A
MESA Main Phone: 486-0598
Hours of Operation:
Non-members Monday-Friday 7 am - 5 pm
Members 7 am -10 pm