by Angela Askey, Executive Director Public Relations and Marketing
Central Arizona College has served Pinal County for more than 45 years. The college has five full-service campuses, each featuring a student center, library, state-of-the-art classrooms and labs, and administrative offices. Three centers also offer various learning opportunities for community members.
The college offers a full array of academic degrees and certificates, career training, high school outreach, and personal enrichment classes. Online and university transfer courses, along with continuing education classes and workshops, provide multiple learning opportunities for community members.
CAC prides itself for having one of the most innovative commitments to higher education in the nation by offering the Promise for the Future scholarship program. The program is designed to encourage students from Pinal County to stay in high school, graduate with a 2.75 grade point average and perform community service each year. Upon graduating from a Pinal County high school, students who have met the contract requirements will earn a scholarship that entitles them to free tuition to any CAC campus for up to four consecutive semesters. For additional information about the Promise for the Future scholarship visit www.centralaz.edu/promise.
The College offers a variety of community events throughout the year at each of the college’s locations and at the Don P. Pence Center for the Performing and Visual Arts located on the Signal Peak Campus in Coolidge. For a listing of all CAC Community Events please visit www.EventsAtCAC.com. At this portal, you may RSVP to free events and purchase tickets for ticketed events.