Superstition Mountain Campus
Since locating in the Apache Junction community, the Superstition Mountain campus offers a wide variety of academic, career training and personal enrichment classes. With easy access from Highway 60, SMC combines the charm of the legendary old west with modern classroom facilities featuring the latest in learning technologies. Our newest building on campus, only three years old, offers top of the line science classrooms and labs, as well as free tutoring and computer access for all students.
With the number of choices available, making a college decision can be difficult. In growing numbers, East Valley residents and residents from around Apache Junction are selecting Superstition Mountain Campus as their choice for a quality, affordable, convenient education.
We offer courses for students interested in pursuing a Bachelor’s degree after completing an Associate’s degree at CAC. You can work with our Advisors to make sure that your courses will transfer to your next institution. But we also offer many opportunities for students and community members who are looking for career training or personal development. Our Health Careers Department helps students to go into the fields of Massage Therapy, X-Ray Technician, Nursing Assistants and many others. We help students who want to become paramedics, work on webpages, fight fires or become early childhood educators. And that is not all. Come visit us and find out what opportunities we have for you.
Our SMC campus has something to offer you regardless of your age or interests. Besides our traditional transfer and career training programs, we offer classes all year for personal development. These classes include topics such as technology, photography and dancing, just to name a few. Our qualified and dedicated faculty provide individualized attention to each student who chooses to further his or her education with us each semester.
Travel Reduction Program
Due to high gas prices and environmental concerns, more Central Arizona College faculty, staff, and students are looking for alternatives to commuting alone to college. Although Pinal County lacks a county-wide public transportation system, there are ways to reduce the cost of commuting between home and CAC.
Central Arizona College Districtwide General Services (Monday-Thursday 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.)
Library: Monday-Thursday (8 a.m.-6 p.m.)
Learning Center: Monday-Thursday (9 a.m.-7 p.m.)
Open Lab: Monday-Thursday (9 a.m.-9 p.m.)
Testing Center: Monday-Thursday (9 a.m.-9 p.m.)