|Community and Continuing Education|
Have fun while you learn! Explore a wide variety of special interest, professional growth and development, and personal enrichment courses offered through Central Arizona College. Community Education courses are short-term, non-credit, cost effective, and last anywhere from a few hours to several weeks. These courses are taught mostly by community professionals experienced in their chosen field. Gain an insider’s view of Arizona history, arts and crafts, gardening skills, photography techniques, financial planning, health care issues, finance, health and wellness, technology, test prep, hiking adventures, community service projects, business, literary discussions groups, customized training, seminars and workshops, and much more! Learn in a friendly, student-centered and social environment. Participate in diverse study groups, fascinating trips and travel, social and volunteer services.
We welcome partnerships with organizations and agencies within our college district. Contact us to arrange for a customized class for your group or organization. Arrange employee training needs regardless of how many and where they are located.
Continuing Education classes are offered for credit. Courses range from academic subjects to required additional professional development for specific employment fields.
Register NOW and view our class schedule online at www.centralaz.edu!
Online: Click here to view the Community and Continuing Education class schedule online.
In Person: Stop by any of the three Central Arizona College campus Registration Offices between 8:00 AM and 6:00 PM, Monday through Friday.
Enrollment in class is not complete until all fees are paid. Classes may be cancelled for lack of minimum enrollment. Should a class be cancelled, every effort will be made to contact students.
So you want to teach?
Central Arizona Community/Continuing Education Department is looking for instructors to teach and facilitate short-term courses and seminars lasting from one day to six weeks. If you would like to teach a particular class and seminar or have a suggestion for a potential class, call (520) 494-6059 or email Muriel Thomas at firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain instructor application information.