News Index / September 2008

Central Arizona College website strikes gold at 2008 NCMPR Awards ceremony
The National Council for Marketing & Public Relations professionals has selected Central Arizona College’s redesigned website as the gold standard among two-year schools from the Southwest to the Polynesian Islands for 2008.

Colin Spring brings folk rock music to CAC’s Pence Center on Oct. 28
Colin Spring and his folk rock sound will fill the Don P. Pence Center for Visual and Performing Arts on Tuesday, Oct. 28 at Central Arizona College’s Signal Peak Campus.

C.A.L.L. Arts & Performances
Arts and performances dot fall C.A.L.L. calendar of classes

CAC support association working with area community to collect winter coats, apparel
Despite 100-degree temperatures in late September, winters in Arizona can be frosty enough to require warm outerwear.

Gold Canyon Bank recognizes the Great Women of Central Arizona College
Central Arizona College’s Great Woman of CAC Fund received a boost from Gold Canyon Bank thanks to a donation by the local financial institution.

Emma’s persuasion overcomes pride and prejudice with sense and sensibility – Jane Austen comes to CAC
Central Arizona College’s Community Events is offering a fun alternative to football widows all the way through Super Bowl Sunday and the NCAA Final Four.

104th CARLOTA Class completes rigorous training at CAC’s Signal Peak Campus
Four months after starting its regimented training sessions, the 104th Central Arizona Regional Law Officers Training Academy (CARLOTA) class graduated 24 officers.

Agatha Christie sets up a mousetrap Oct. 24-26 at the Pence Center
Tickets are now on sale for Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap playing at the Don P. Pence Center for Visual and Performing Arts Oct. 24-26 on Central Arizona College’s Signal Peak Campus.

Western Pinal County Candidates Forum scheduled for The Pence Oct. 7 & 14 at 6 p.m.
The election spotlight will beam down on Central Arizona College Oct. 7 and 14 when the Western Pinal County Candidates Forum takes place in the Don P. Center for Visual & Performing Arts.

C.A.L.L. paves way for pirate invasion at Central’s Superstition Mountain Campus
Pirates, Buccaneers and Privateers: History and Film is a five-week course sponsored by the Central Arizona College’s Lifelong Learners (C.A.L.L.) program.

Annual East Valley Golf Tournament benefitting CAC students set for Nov. 15
Registration for Central Arizona College’s annual East Valley Golf Tournament to benefit area students with scholarships is now underway through the institution’s Aravaipa Campus.

Early childhood education courses part of Maricopa Center’s October class selection
Although Central Arizona College’s fall semester started in August, students wanting to earn college credits now don’t have to wait until January to get started.

C.A.L.L. computer classes fostering connectivity with the community
Classes cover everything from Computer Basics to PowerPoint, and if all you want is an opportunity to speak with a computer consultant, C.A.L.L. is offering that, too.

Violin students can fiddle around this fall with series of lessons by “Diamond Jim” Hewitt
Whether it is the fiddle playing of Vassar Clements or the classical strains of Bach and Mozart, the music of the violin will radiate from Oracle, Ariz., on Thursday nights throughout the fall thanks to Central Arizona College.

Argentine Tango Night dances back into Oracle on Sunday evenings beginning Sept. 14
Sunday evenings are Classic Argentine Tango night in Eastern Pinal County.

Pool hours for fall semester now in effect until December at Central’s Signal Peak Campus
The Central Arizona College outdoor pool located on the Signal Peak Campus is currently open for the community in Pinal County.

12th Annual Central Arizona College Women’s Basketball Golf Tournament set for Sept. 13
The 12th Annual Central Arizona College Women’s Basketball Golf Tournament will take place on Saturday, Sept. 13, at the Arizona City Golf Course in Arizona City.

Central Arizona College Fall Informational Tour begins Sept. 8 with stops throughout Tucson area
The statewide tour provides potential students with a chance to learn about the outstanding educational opportunities at Central Arizona College. Courses are offered throughout Pinal County at Central Arizona College’s nine campus and centers, plus additional satellite locations.

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