Gregory A. Reents


Dean of Student Affairs

Office: GC 54A - Room: GC 312


480-461-6392 (alt)

480-518-5115 (mobile)


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8:00 AM - 5:00 PM8:00 AM - 5:00 PM8:00 AM - 5:00 PM8:00 AM - 5:00 PM8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Also available for appointments prior to and after normal work hours.


Mr. Greg Reents has served in a number of Student Affairs positions since 1995. He is currently the Director of Outreach and Recruitment for Mesa Community College (MCC) and is committed to increasing student enrollment through inexecrable, intentional targeted strategic events, both in-person and virtually.

Mr. Reents directs and manages outreach and recruitment programs, activities, staff and events that encourages collaboration and support with community employers and workforce entities. This includes High Schools (HS) and HS Teachers, Counselors, Career Centers and Parents in an effort to deliver real-time in-person and virtual services and resources aimed at matriculating potential student to pursue and achieve their educational goals at Community Colleges and specifically Mesa Community College (MCC) at Southern and Dobson, Red Mountain and the Down Town Center. Strong commitment to student learning and development in-line with institutional goals.

Prior to that Mr. Reents served as the Director of Student Life for Mesa Community College (MCC), committed to increasing student engagement and involvement in academic life.

While living in Flagstaff, AZ. Mr. Reents held positions at Northern Arizona University’s Career Services Center, Admissions and Recruitment and additional departments where he created innovative ways to increase student achievement.

He graduated with a degree in Business, completed his Master of Arts in Counseling and is over 60 credits toward a Doctorate of Education with a focus on African American men social and academic integration in a Community Colleges environment.

Mr. Reents has been unremitting in his efforts to improve student success as evidenced by his Presidential Award for Cultural Diversity in 1998, the ACUI Affirmative Action award in 2004 and recognition for Outstanding Support of Students with Disabilities in 1997.

He has been recognized for his publication in a NASPA article entitled “Leadership Exchange; Developing a Multi-Campus Leadership Retreat” and honored as the keynote speaker for the Psi Beta National Honor Society Induction Ceremony.

Mr. Reents’ diverse professional background and proven track record demonstrates his dedication to the institutions and students he serves.

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