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Six easy steps will help students jumpstart their education at Central Arizona College

Six easy steps will help students jumpstart their education at Central Arizona College

Central Arizona College PINAL COUNTY, Ariz. – Registration for the 2015 spring semester now is underway at all of Central Arizona College’s locations in Pinal County.

CAC has developed six easy steps for anyone to earn college credits, take personal interest classes, pick up non-degree or community classes, or explore the wide range of degree and certificate programs offered through the college.

Students entering college for the first time or returning after an extended break should contact the advising office (520-494-5444) to discuss their academic goals and develop a Master Academic Plan (MAP). CAC offers professional advising services at no charge to students seeking a certificate, degree, or transfer degree.

Continuing students – defined as those who were enrolled in the previous semester – are encouraged to review their progress with an academic advisor to ensure proper course selection for their selected program.

In the following six-step process, continuing students may start with Step 3.

Step 1 – Apply to Central Arizona College

Central Arizona College is a public institution of higher education with an open admission policy.  Incoming students may call any Central Arizona College location and ask to speak with an admissions representative or contact the Student Affairs help desk at 520-494-5111 for assistance in the admissions process. Admission forms may be submitted in person or completed online at www.centralaz.edu .

Step 2 – Placement Testing & Academic Advising

New students are required to a placement test and meet with an academic advisor to discuss academic and career goals and review test scores. The advisor will help the student select courses based on skill level and develop a Master Academic Plan (MAP).

Continuing students in a degree or certificate program are strongly encouraged to review their program of study with an academic advisor each semester to ensure that course selection is appropriate for that specific degree or certificate program.

Students returning to college after a break in enrollment should meet with an academic advisor to review their academic history and discuss the next steps toward completing their program. Central Arizona College offers advising online and face to face at locations throughout the district. To inquire about the next available appointment times and contact information for respective campuses please call 520-494-5410

Step 3 – Register for Classes

Registration for the spring semester is ongoing until the start of the semester which begins with classes on Tuesday, January 20th. Students are not allowed to register for a course after it meets for the first time.

Students who are following a degree or certificate program may register for classes by bringing a completed and signed registration form to the Records Office at a local campus or by registering online at www.centralaz.edu .

Although there is no phone registration at Central Arizona College, students may call the CAC Help Desk at

520-494-5111 or toll free at 800-237-9814, ext. 5111 from 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday through Thursday.

Step 4 – Attend an Orientation Session

New Student Orientation: All new students are invited to attend an orientation session. Orientation sessions introduce new students to other students and to Central Arizona College staff and resources. Orientation topics include academic programs, payment options, financial aid, library services, residence life, tutoring services, athletics and student activities. Becoming familiar with these resources supports the new student’s transition to college life.

Each campus conducts orientation to meet the needs of its students in addition to being offered online. For more information regarding Orientation to College, or to register, please visit www.centralaz.edu/orientation , e-mail CAC at [email protected] , or call 520-494-5524.

Step 5 – On-Campus Housing-

The Signal Peak Campus offers a true College experience through the Residence Life Program, which provides an abundance of activities and an easy and cost-effective commute to your classes. Rooms are available now for spring semester.

To apply to live in the Residence Halls, students must first fill out an online application, pay a $100 deposit and provide proof of immunization.  Assignments are made on a first come, first served basis.  To view the rooms, read more about what is offered or to apply, please visit www.centralaz.edu/reslife or call the Residence Life Office 520-494-5470.

While housing is available for the spring semester, students are encouraged to apply early.

Step 6 – Finalize Payment & Purchase books

Payment for classes is due at the time of registration and is accepted in the form of cash, check, Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express. Students also may pay by enrolling in a payment plan, submitting a third-party authorization, or qualifying for financial aid. For questions or further details please visit www.centralaz.edu/feedelete or contact the Cashier Office at 520-494-5240.

Students awarded financial aid may view their awards via ‘Online Services’.  If awards exceed tuition and fees, students may purchase their books using their financial aid credit.  This will begin 2 weeks prior to the beginning of the semester. For questions or further details please visit www.centralaz.edu/finaid or call the Financial Aid Office at 520-494-5425.

CAC bookstore is available for students to purchase all classroom supplies. The CAC bookstore is located at respective campuses with staff available to assist students with information regarding proper book selection.  For further details or questions please contact the CAC bookstore at www.centralaz.edu/bookstore .

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