News Index / December 2008
Registration for ELAA/ESL and GED classes at CAC begins Jan. 5
Preregistration for Central Arizona College’s English Language Acquisition for Adults (ELAA or ESL) classes and General Educational Development (GED) courses begins on Monday, Jan. 5.
Central Arizona College professor helps would-be keyboardists dust off home pianos with private lessons
Professor of Music Arlene Ratz is helping Pinal County piano owners rev up their keyboards with classes and private lessons through Central Arizona College.
San Tan Center on Hunt Highway opens its doors; Classes begin in January for CAC’s spring semester
Central Arizona College’s San Tan Center in The Shops at Copper Basin now is open for business along the Hunt Highway Corridor with classes at the new facility slated to begin in January for the spring semester.
Coolidge Center site of Central Arizona College’s residential building inspector course this spring
Central Arizona College will be offering the International Building Code (I.B.C.) course again this spring semester starting in January.
It’s no Nunsense! STAGE, Central Arizona College partnership offering casting call for spring play
Central Arizona College and the Southwest Theatre Arts Guild for Education (STAGE) will be holding auditions this Saturday, Dec. 13, for the spring theatrical production Nunsense.
Saturday course at CAC’s Aravaipa Campus creating accessibility to nursing assistant program
Central Arizona College again is offering students in Eastern Pinal County an opportunity to break into the nursing assistant field thanks to a Saturday class.
Quartet of stellar students earn induction into Phi Theta Kappa at Central’s Aravaipa Campus
Four of Central Arizona College’s outstanding students were inducted into the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society during the fall semester at the Aravaipa Campus near Winkelman, Ariz.
Florence Center offering free computer workshop on Jan. 13
Afraid to sit in front of a computer? Central Arizona College’s Florence Center is going to alleviate that fear with a free computer workshop on Jan. 13.
Central Arizona College helping Pinal County residents earn GED with free test prep classes
Central Arizona College is gearing up for another semester of helping students earn their General Educational Development (GED) diploma at several locations throughout Pinal County this spring semester.
Registration begins Jan. 5 for CAC’s ESL classes in Northern, Western Pinal County
Preregistration for Central Arizona College’s English Language Acquisition for Adults (ELAA or ESL) classes will take place in early January and mid-February for two spring semester sessions.
CAC’s radiography students muddy through landscape project to help Habitat for Humanity
Not since monsoon season had rain interrupted Habitat for Humanity Central Arizona’s home building project on West Mockingbird Street in Apache Junction.