News Index / May 2013
Nearly 600 graduates celebrated at CAC’s Signal Peak Campus commencement ceremony
The following story is a recap of the Signal Peak graduation ceremony that was held May 18.
24 future nurses celebrated at Central Arizona College’s nursing pinning ceremony
Twenty-four Central Arizona College students were celebrated and recognized for completing the college’s nursing program...
Arizona photographer Ray Carns displays his work at the CAC Visual Arts Gallery through Aug. 23
As the desert summer begins, the Central Arizona College Visual Arts Gallery will host the work of...
CAC’s On Time Registration initiative goes into effect for the 2013 fall semester
As part of an ongoing effort to prepare students to be more successful in the classroom...
Central Arizona College’s call of duty is serving military veterans
As military veterans return from deployments abroad or conclude their active service, they often look...
CAC business students launch on-campus and community safety awareness campaign
With the violence that has occurred at schools and on college campuses across America in recent years...
College Center at CAC’s Superstition Mountain Campus earns SCUP architecture merit award
Excellence in Architecture for a New Building Merit award from the Society of College and University Planning (SCUP).
Central Arizona College’s new enrollment purge program begins with second summer session
Beginning with the second 2013 summer session, Central Arizona College will begin a new process
Success with a chance of adventure is the forecast for CAC’s May Student of the Month Brian Field
Field became the founder of the STEM Club at SMC as well as its president.
Dive into CAC’s Summer Poolside Flicks Series beginning May 29 at the Signal Peak Campus
Don’t sweat the summer heat, beat it at Central Arizona College’s 2013 Summer Poolside Flicks Series.
Central Arizona College women’s rodeo team headed to College National Finals Rodeo
The CNFR is considered by rodeo athletes as the Rose Bowl of college rodeo.
Still time to register for free CAC STEM Summer Camps
These camps are free to attend and include lunch. Space is limited and available on a first come, first served basis.
San Manuel's Joe Pyritz to serve as speaker at Aravaipa Campus graduation May 17
In one of the most community-oriented college graduations in the country...
More than 130 degrees and certificates to be conferred during SMC commencement
More than 130 degrees and certificates will be conferred...
CAC saddened by the passing of Governing Board President Linda Yarrington
The Central Arizona College family is mourning the loss of Pinal County Community College District Governing Board President Linda Yarrington who passed away on Sunday, May 5.
Over 550 degrees and certificates to be conferred during Signal Peak commencement
A total of 423 degrees along with 136 certificates will be distributed during the...
APS, CAC connection electrifies 2013 Summer Science Camps
Central Arizona College and Arizona Public Service (APS) are teaming up to electrify the summer for students interested in science.
CAC’s Spring Choral & Handbell Concert set for Thursday, May 9, at 7 p.m. in the Pence
The annual spring concert will feature the CAC Community, College, Jazz and Handbell choirs.
Annual CAC Spring Guitar Recital in the Pence Center’s Black Box has been cancelled
The CAC Guitar Recital takes place at the end of each semester and will return
Rocktacular concert at Pence Center on May 8
Students from Central Arizona College’s Entertainment Industry Technology Performance class will present the Rocktacular concert.....
CAC Brown Bag Lunch Talk series continues with Talents: Knowing Yours and Your Staff’s May 3
While it’s logical that the world’s most successful leaders know their strengths and weaknesses, and those of the people they lead...