|District-Wide Facilities Information|
Central Arizona College has five campuses and three centers conveniently located throughout the region and is the primary institution of higher education in Pinal County.
Aravaipa Campus completed renovation projects in 2013, which included improvements to classrooms, the library, student services and administrative areas. The renovated campus includes a community room, 14 multimedia equipped classrooms, and four classroom/conference style rooms with video conference capabilities. Aravaipa Campus serves the eastern communities of Saddlebrook, San Manuel, Mammoth, Kearny, Hayden and Oracle.
Maricopa Campus is a 76,000 square foot campus that features three eco-friendly buildings complete with state-of-the-art science classrooms, 16 multimedia equipped classrooms, four classroom/conference style rooms with video conference capabilities, conference rooms, and multiple community rooms. This campus serves the city of Maricopa, the Ak-Chin Indian Community and the surrounding areas of western Pinal County.
San Tan Campus is the newest campus at Central Arizona College. The 72,000 square foot space features over 20 state-of-the-art classrooms, science labs, multiple community and conference rooms, as well as an art pavilion. In addition, the campus is also home to "The San Tan Green" a large outdoor grassy area perfect for outdoor recreation. This campus serves the San Tan Valley, the neighboring community of Queen Creek, the northern sections of Florence and the communities of Gilbert and Mesa surrounding the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport.
Signal Peak Campus features the Pinal County Community College District offices, conference rooms, a large lecture hall with seating for over 100 people, multiple community rooms, over 40 multimedia equipped classroom spaces and five classroom/conference style rooms with video conference capabilities. Signal Peak campus is also home to the newly-renovated Don P. Pence Center for the Performing and Visual Arts. The Pence Center includes a reception lobby, a large auditorium and main stage with seating for 600 and a Black Box Theatre. In addition, the campus is also home to an Olympic-sized swimming pool, several sporting facilities, and "The Green" a large outdoor grassy area perfect for outdoor recreation. Signal Peak Campus serves the western and central communities of Stanfield, Arizona City, Eloy, Casa Grande, Florence, Coolidge and Sacaton.
Superstition Mountain Campus has recently been renovated earning an Excellence in Architecture for a New Building Merit Award from the Society of College and University Planning (SCUP). This campus features multiple conference rooms, a large lecture hall, multiple community rooms, over 35 multimedia equipment classroom spaces and four classroom/conference style rooms with video conference capabilities. Superstition Mountain Campus serves the northern communities of Apache Junction, Gold Canyon, Superior, as well as the East Valley communities of Mesa, Gilbert and Chandler.
In addition to the five campuses, Central Arizona College has three centers strategically located throughout Pinal County. The Casa Grande Center is located in the heart of down-town Casa Grande and has conference rooms and has one classroom/conference style room with video conference capabilities. The Corporate Center is located in Casa Grande, just off Interstate 10. This center is home to the college's Small Business Development Center and has a large conference and community room, seven multimedia equipped classrooms, and two classroom/conference style rooms with video conference capabilities. The Florence Center is located in the seat of Pinal County, Florence.
Each site has food services available and provided by Aviands.
Across the district other spaces may be available. Please call or email for more information about Central Arizona College's rental facilities.