News Index / April 2008
Helping Veterans Series begins spring tour in San Manuel May 5
Central Arizona College’s Helping Veterans series designed to support military personnel and their families will its spring tour on May 5 with an initial stop in San Manuel.
Registration for Central’s Summer GED Classes in Apache Junction begins May 12
Registration for Central Arizona College’s General Educational Development (GED) classes in the northern part of Pinal County begins Monday, May 12, on the institution’s Superstition Mountain Campus.
C.A.L.L. program releases its summer catalog
The temperatures are warming up, and so are the classes at Central Arizona College’s Lifelong Learner (C.A.L.L.) program. Scalding Arizona summers may incinerate the motivation to do much of anything, but C.A.L.L. is boasting some cool opportunities to remain intellectually active.
Public offered free opportunities to view student artwork at the Signal Peak Campus
COOLIDGE, Ariz. – The Pinal County community now has two opportunities to view the majestic artwork produced by Central Arizona College students at the institution’s Signal Peak Campus.
Central Arizona Lifelong Learners program headed through the Grand Canyon by boat
APACHE JUNCTION, Ariz. – Central Arizona College is offering three opportunities this year for area residents to tour the Grand Canyon on the Colorado River.
Exploring the Canadian Rockies with Central Arizona College
PINAL COUNTY, Ariz. - Capture the spirit of the Canadian Rockies by joining Central Arizona College on an exclusive journey to our northern neighbors on August 6 – 13, 2008. Travel by train and private coach to this remarkable area to enjoy some of the most spectacular scenery in the world. Walk on the Columbia glacier, watch for wildlife and stay in some of the most enchanting historic lodges in the national parks of Canada.
Celebrate National Jazz Month with a concert at Central’s Pence Center on April 18
COOLIDGE, Ariz. – In celebration of National Jazz Month, the Central Arizona College Jazz Ensemble and Vocal Jazz Choir are proud to present An Evening of Jazz on Friday, April 18, at 7 p.m. in the Don P. Pence Center for Visual and Performing Arts.
Healthcare continuing education
CASA GRANDE, Ariz. – In many ways the health care industry is a lot like the explosion of the universe: An ever-expanding phenomenon stretching in multiple directions with galaxies trying to keep tabs on the new celestial bodies on the block.
Jordan Rose & Promise for the Future
PINAL COUNTY, Ariz. – Why does Jordan Rose, one of Arizona’s business and legal power brokers, believe in Central Arizona College’s Promise for the Future program?
Spring Concert set for Sunday
COOLIDGE, Ariz. – The Central Arizona College Community Wind Ensemble and Bell Choir will perform its spring concert on Sunday, April 6, in the Don P. Pence Center for the Visual & Performing Arts.
CAC partners with realtors, builders
PINAL COUNTY, Ariz. – In an effort to help combat the sluggish home-buying market in Pinal County, Central Arizona College is offering an opportunity for realtors and builders to partner with local higher education to sell houses.
Central’s radiologic technology program jumps on digital x-ray bandwagon
APACHE JUNCTION, Ariz. – When digital x-ray equipment reshaped the focus for producing imagery, it wouldn’t be too long before radiology departments shed their film and darkrooms became lighted storage closets.
Annual High School Leadership Conference offers students opportunity to experience Central Arizona
“The goal of the High School Leadership Conference is to give students an opportunity to develop their leadership skills, interest them in college, and teach them about Central Arizona College’s many programs,” Braybrooks said.
50 students earn Phi Theta Kappa induction; Honors colloquium presentations begin today
Fifty Central Arizona College students were rewarded for their excellence in the classroom on Thursday evening by being inducted into Phi Theta Kappa, the International Honor Society of the Two Year College.
Voices of Spring concert will be unleashed Friday night in Central’s Pence Center
The final Central Arizona College concert of the year will take place this Friday night on the Signal Peak Campus when the college choirs unleash the Voices of Spring to celebrate the rebirth of the season.