Central Arizona College in conjunction with the Arizona College Consortium, will participate in a series of virtual college fairs throughout the 20/21 school year.
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Heather Moulton recently published a new book "Graveyards of the Wild West: Arizona.” This book features photography by Professor Sue Tatterson.
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The CAC Career and University Transfer Center will host a number of virtual transfer events throughout fall 2020.
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Five Central Arizona College transfer students recently completed the requirements from Northern Arizona University toward a Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Leadership.
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The American Association of Community Colleges recently announced Award of Excellence winners. The partnership between CAC and Sundt Construction received the Award of Excellence for Outstanding College/Corporate Partnership.
CAC will be participating in the Arizona College Consortium! The first of these three college fairs is coming up on September 19, 2020. Register and attend our virtual sessions by visiting: https://virtual.gotocollegefairs.com/azccvirtualfair
Congratulations to Heather Moulton, Professor of English and Literature on her first book "Graveyards of the Wild West: Arizona.” She partnered with Professor Sue Tatterson who took the photos featured in this book.