News Index / November 2008
John Sutton & his guitar students invite community to Signal Peak Campus for free recital on Dec.
John Sutton and his guitar students at Central Arizona College are inviting the public to a free recital on Tuesday, Dec. 2, at the Signal Peak Campus.
Friday night lights at Signal Peak Campus: CAC offering stargazing class for credit, fun
Central Arizona College will be offering a Friday night astronomy class during the spring semester at its Signal Peak Campus.
Central Arizona College international student exchange program needs host family volunteers
Central Arizona College is looking for families to host international students as part of its exchange program.
If your job is rubbing you the wrong way, then change careers by enrolling in CAC’s massage therapy program
Central Arizona College is relieving the stress of career changes and job searches by offering students an opportunity to earn a degree in the soothing art of massage therapy.
Themes on America blow into Pence Center as CAC Community Wind Ensemble offers musical feast
The Central Arizona College Community Wind Ensemble will present Themes on America on Tuesday, Nov. 25, at 7 p.m. in the Don P. Center for Visual & Performing Arts on the Signal Peak Campus.
Arizona City, Casa Grande, Florence, Coolidge just some of the cities represented in CAC Jazz Ensemble
When Rick Moore and his Central Arizona College Jazz Ensemble take the stage on Nov. 20, the fusion of musicians from around Pinal County will produce the unmistakable sounds that fill the Don P. Center for Visual & Performing Arts.
50 students from Signal Peak Campus earn induction into Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society
The Alpha Theta Delta Chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society welcomed 50 outstanding Central Arizona College students into its ranks on Wednesday night, Nov. 5, during an induction ceremony at the institution’s Signal Peak Campus in Coolidge, Ariz.
Astronomy Night at the Peak serving up full moon fever, affordable family dining on Nov. 14
Central Arizona College and Sodexo, the food service provider for the institution, are teaming up to offer an evening of affordable family dining under a raging moon.
16 stellar students earn induction into Phi Theta Kappa at Central’s Superstition Mountain Campus
Sixteen of Central Arizona College’s outstanding students were inducted into the Alpha Theta Delta Chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society on Tuesday night, Nov. 4, at the Superstition Mountain Campus in Apache Junction, Ariz.
CAC’s Visual Arts Gallery, culinary arts students teaming up for opening of Elizabeth Burden show
When the residents of Pinal County come to Central Arizona College’s Signal Peak Campus to cast their vote in Tuesday’s election, they also will have an opportunity to cast their eyes on the latest show at the institution’s Visual Arts Gallery.
CAC Science Division’s Be an Engineer Day makes station stop at Signal Peak Campus on Nov. 12
The Central Arizona College science department wants to help students turn their ideas into reality on Nov. 12 when Be an Engineer Day makes its station call on the Signal Peak Campus.
Free financial aid workshops set for Nov. 14, Dec. 12 at the Aravaipa and Superstition Mountain campuses
Central Arizona College will be offering free financial aid workshops on Nov. 14 and Dec. 12 at its Aravaipa and Superstition Mountain campuses to help students and parents who are planning to file for higher education financial assistance.
CAC’s First Improv Invitational making debut Nov. 12 at Signal Peak Campus
Laughter will be the order of the evening when Central Arizona College’s First Improv Invitational takes place on Wednesday, Nov. 12, at the Signal Peak Campus.
CAC communications students organizing blood drive for Nov. 13 at the Signal Peak Campus
The students of Central Arizona College’s communications department will be holding a United Blood Services Blood Drive on Thursday, Nov. 13, at the Signal Peak Campus.
Students from Casa Grande Union, Coolidge high schools cultivate honors at FFA Leadership Day
Casa Grande Union High School’s Hailee Runels and David Fitzgibbons each captured events, while Coolidge High School’s Cody Dumas also finished first as more than 100 South Central District students competed in the 2008 Future Farmers of America Leadership Field Day hosted by Central Arizona College.
Student Success Story - Samajia Perez’s presence always felt around Central Arizona College’s Aravaipa Campus
The president of the Student Leadership Group at AVC tilts her imaginative watering can over a project and results sprout up throughout the campus and community like wildflowers carefully cultured on a highway median.
Maricopa Center helping improve workplace productivity by offering special training classes
Central Arizona College’s Maricopa Center is offering free tuition for a series of computer and business classes for anyone with an existing business in Maricopa or for anyone who is planning to do business in the city.