Student Resources

Student Resources

Student Insurance

All day or evening students who are enrolled in an approved credit and/or non-credit class or are engaged in a school sponsored, supervised, approved and calendared activities in a college of the District are covered by a school accident insurance policy with certain benefit limitations. The premium is included in student fees.

The school policy covers accidents occurring only while the eligible student is attending class during the hours when college is in session, traveling for regular class sessions, directly to or from home and college other than by motorized vehicle, or participating in or attending an activity exclusively sponsored, supervised, approved and calendared by the college.

Please visit for more information about student insurance programs for the Maricopa Community College which includes coverage eligibility, limited benefits and an accident and sickness insurance plan.

All injuries should be reported immediately to the College Safety Office, (602) 285-7911. When an accident or injury occurs, the student and advisor or sponsor should initiate the proper claim forms through the Office of Student Life and Leadership.

For any questions or concerns regarding student accident/health insurance, please visit 

Housing / Resources for Locating Housing

The Office of Student Life and Leadership encourages you to find a safe and secure housing location.  Please review the following housing resources:

Arizona Department of Housing

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development | City of Phoenix

Trulia Housing Resource | | | | ABODO | Capital Place Apartments | Rent to Own Labs





Community Service / Volunteering

The following is a partial list of local agencies that serve our community. These agencies often have need of volunteers.  Please contact them for more information.

Boys and Girls Club

Gain real world experience while having fun! The Boys & Girls Clubs of Metropolitan Phoenix needs volunteer coaches, tutors, gym leaders, games room helpers, artists, dance instructors, thespians, and computer techies to open a whole new world of opportunities to our youth. Share the skills you have gained in school with Phoenix’s at risk youth. Volunteer once a week for an hour at one of our 10 Valley club locations and make a real difference.
Donna Martin-Volunteer Coordinator

Central Arizona Shelter Services (CASS)

Contact:  Lindsay James
602-256-6945 ext. 1019
203 S. 12th St. — Phoenix

Habitat for Humanity

Valley of the Sun
Grace Bashara
602-268-9022 ext 209

Halo Animal Rescue

Cat and Dog Rescue and Adoptions
2500 S. 27th Avenue, Phoenix, AZ. 85009
602-971-9222 ext 5


Several different types of projects are available at numerous agencies.

Make-a-Wish Foundation

Wish granting volunteers are needed to assist in fulfilling our mission, to grant wishes to children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experiences with hope, strength, and joy. These volunteers, known as Fairy Godmothers and Fairy Godfathers, work in teams of two or three and are integral in fulfilling wishes. As a wish granter, you meet the child and family, help determine the wish, and act as a liaison between the family and the Foundation. Bilingual wish granters are also in great need. Training is provided.
Sawyer Kilen
711 E. Northern Ave — Phoenix

St. Mary's Food Bank

Contact:  Jennifer Gonzales
2831 N. 31st Ave. — Phoenix

UMOM New Day Center

Volunteer Coordinator:  Lindsley Paige
3320 E. Van Buren — Phoenix