News Index / January 2008
C.A.L.L. in Casa Grande
CASA GRANDE, Ariz. – The Central Arizona College Lifelong Learners (C.A.L.L.) program now has volunteer staff stationed in Casa Grande to help people in the community register for the C.A.L.L. program or just sign up for a class.
5 baseball players sign
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Let's get Moving with C.A.L.L.
APACHE JUNCTION, Ariz. – Donna Marhal wants to get people moving. It is how she helps keep seniors active throughout their entire lives.
Barry Farmer artwork
APACHE JUNCTION, Ariz. – Central Arizona College’s Barry Farmer recently had a show at the Herberger Theater in Phoenix. Now you can meet this printmaker and art appreciation instructor at Central’s Superstition Mountain Campus in Apache Junction, Ariz.
Central Arizona College offering students an opportunity to decorate their cake and eat it too
COOLIDGE, Ariz. – If your pineapple upside down cake has ever come out right side up or the decorating of your child’s birthday cake resembles a poorly plowed driveway, then Central Arizona College has a trio of culinary arts classes designed to help prevent those nasty dessert faux pas.
Central’s International Residential Code course helping stem shortage of qualified inspectors
COOLIDGE, AZ – In an effort to stem the shortage of qualified building inspectors in Pinal County and the surrounding suburban Phoenix region, Central Arizona College is again offering to train a workforce that will fill a community void.
9 CAC students unveil collaborative effort at Casa Grande Art Museum
CASA GRANDE, Ariz. – Nine Central Arizona College art students are currently displaying their works at the Casa Grande Art Museum for the next two months thanks to a joint effort between college and community.
Student Services extends hours at SPC, SMC
Central Arizona College will alter its hours to meet the needs of students preparing for the spring semester.
Pilot program for e-grades leaves Central’s paper trail behind
More than 6,000 letters to CAC students explaining how to access grades online began their journey this week.
Want to start a business in Pinal County? Come knock on Central’s SBDC door first
Entrepreneurs looking to start a business should visit Central Arizona College first.
Spring semester at Central Arizona College’s Maricopa Center features 50 class options
MARICOPA, Ariz. – Registration is now taking place at Central Arizona College’s Maricopa Center for the 2008 spring semester.