Mesa State College

Mesa State College

Mesa State College is a public, liberal-arts college located in Grand Junction, Colorado. It was established on April 20, 1925. The college's primary campus is in Grand Junction. It also owns a separate vocational institute known as Western Colorado Community College and a smaller campus in Montrose, Colorado. Mesa State offers two-year associates degrees, four-year bachelors degrees and masters degrees in many areas of study.

Mesa State's athletic department sponsors men's and women's sports teams in a wide variety of sports. Its athletic teams are nicknamed the Mavericks and compete in NCAA Division II athletics as a part of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference. Some of the notable alumni of MSC are major league baseball player Brendan Donnelly and cartoonist Nate Nichols.

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