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Spring 2021 Registration (late start) is Currently In-Progress – Don’t Miss Out!
Schedule a virtual appointment with your Academic Advisor today to select the perfect schedule before classes fill.

Summer and Fall 2021 – Early Registration Begins Monday, March 22nd. 

 2021-2022 FAFSA will be available October 1st, 2020.
Apply early to ensure eligibility notification prior to the next academic year.  

For additional information, please email CentralHelpDesk@centralaz.edu.

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Continue to monitor email, Facebook and the College’s website. All official College communication from the administration will be directed through the division of Public Relations.

COVID-19 UPDATE

Due to COVID-19 concerns, Central Arizona College has continued the updated teaching methods of the class schedule to reflect continued social distancing.
Please continue to review your class schedule for any changes in the format it is taught. Such as, online, live streaming or hybrid (see Frequently Asked Questions below).

CAC will continue to post any future changes and reach out to communicate with students who have registered.

Frequently Asked Questions

The majority of classes have moved to a virtual/online delivery.

Face-to-Face classes meet at designated dates, times, and locations as indicated in the Class Schedule.

This course delivery means it will be a traditional online class, with no specific day, time, or campus restrictions. Online classes meet virtually online using a Learning Management System (LMS) such as Blackboard.

Live Streaming classes meet virtually online at designated dates and times as indicated in the Class Schedule, but they do NOT meet at specific locations. These classes meet via live streaming using a Learning Management System (LMS) such as Blackboard.

This means that a majority of your class will be online, but there may be skills testing, labs, or other hands-on training that may be on a campus.  This will be arranged by your professor. Please speak with your professor when classes begin for scheduling information.  All face to face components will be carried out with all health and safety considerations in mind.

Hybrid classes meet using a combination of Face-to-Face (F2F), Online, and/or Live Streaming modalities. Examples include:

  • ·Hybrid: F2F/Online: F2F/Online classes meet at designated dates, times, and locations as indicated in the Class Schedule, plus students complete additional coursework online.
  • ·Hybrid: Live Streaming/Online: Live Streaming/Online classes meet via live streaming at designated dates and times as indicated in the Class Schedule, plus students complete additional coursework online.
  • ·Hybrid: F2F/Live Streaming: F2F/Live Streaming classes meet at designated days, times, and locations; plus, they meet via live streaming at designated days and times as indicated in the Class Schedule.