News Index / January 2009
Registration now underway for the 2009 Vaquero All-Sport Summer Camp June 1-5 at Signal Peak
Central Arizona College now is registering boys and girls for the 2009 Vaquero All-Sport Summer Camp to be held June 1-5 on the Signal Peak Campus.
Tickets now on sale for Nunsense March 6-8 at CAC’s Pence Center on the Signal Peak Campus
Tickets now are on sale for the hysterically funny Nunsense making its run March 6-8 at the Don P. Pence Center for Visual & Performing Arts on Central Arizona College’s Signal Peak Campus.
Still time to sign up for CAC’s residential building code inspector course at the Coolidge Center
There is still time to sign up for Central Arizona College’s International Building Code (I.B.C.) course being held in Coolidge starting in January.
Central Arizona College helping Pinal County residents earn GED with test prep classes
Central Arizona College is gearing up for another chance to help students earn their General Educational Development (GED) diploma at multiple locations throughout Pinal County this spring.
Registration begins Feb. 23 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 mid-February for the second spring semester session.
College Goal Sunday on Feb. 8 in Casa Grande gives students chance for financial aid touchdown
Students needing financial aid can receive help from a national initiative called College Goal Sunday taking place on Sunday, Feb. 8, from 2-4 p.m. in Casa Grande.
CAC’s Visual Arts Gallery, culinary arts students partnering for opening of Greg Patrenos show
Central Arizona College invites the public to view Monumental Misconceptions by Greg Patrenos at the institution’s Visual Arts Gallery Jan. 28-March 6 on the Signal Peak Campus.
Soup’s On event by C.A.L.L. helps keep CAC’s Promise for the Future
Soup’s On again Feb. 11 when the Central Arizona College Lifelong Learners (C.A.L.L.) program unveils a cornucopia of soup, chili and stew during its annual fundraising event benefiting the Promise for the Future Scholarship program.
7th Annual Empty Bowls event serves up homemade soup for a great cause
Students from both the art club and the culinary arts program are teaming up to fill more than 300 bowls with soup during the 7th Annual Central Arizona College Empty Bowls event on Tuesday, Feb. 24, at the Signal Peak Campus.
Six Easy Steps to CAC
Turning holiday gift cards into a degree at Central Arizona College takes just a few steps
C.A.L.L. open house set for Jan. 12-13 in Apache Junction, Casa Grande & Florence
The Central Arizona College Lifelong Learner’s (C.A.L.L.) program will hold an open house series beginning Monday, Jan. 12, to provide members of the community an opportunity to learn more about its classes, activities and trips scheduled for 2009.
Central Arizona College receives nearly $2 million healthcare training grant
The U.S. Department of Labor has awarded Central Arizona College a $1,992,763 three-year grant to help train healthcare workers in Pinal County and the metropolitan areas of Tucson and Phoenix.