Education

20 CAC Students Receive Book Scholarship

Posted 9/27/21

The Central Arizona College English and Student Services departments awarded 20 CAC students with book scholarships this fall.

Students from any major could apply. They were required to submit a …

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Education

20 CAC Students Receive Book Scholarship

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The Central Arizona College English and Student Services departments awarded 20 CAC students with book scholarships this fall.

Students from any major could apply. They were required to submit a 250 to 300-word essay on how CAC has helped them, as a student, achieve their educational goals. Students had to be enrolled in a minimum of six credit hours for the fall semester, achieved a grade of B or better in ENG 101 and declared a program of study or major.

“This is amazing and so very appreciated,” said student Kelley Johnson of the Virtual Campus. “I don't think I have the words, but please know this is so needed right now and I am beyond grateful."

Students who received the book scholarships for Fall 2021 include:

Signal Peak Campus

Harleigh Behrens, Arizona General Education Curriculum – Science Certificate

Madison Ford, Associate of Science - Liberal Studies

Tammy Johns, Associate of Applied Science - Nursing

Kimberly Mercado, Associate of Applied Science - Nursing

Anber Naef, Associate of Applied Science - Nursing

Magnolia Ramos-Quezada, Associate of Arts - Liberal Studies

Julio Saldivar, Associate of Arts - Liberal Studies

Cassondra Teigen, Associate of Applied Science - Dietetic Technician

Alexandra Vanfleet, Associate of Applied Science - Health Information Management

 Maricopa Campus

Kaleigh Ward, Associate of Applied Science – Nursing

Superstition Mountain Campus

Dawn Burns, Associate of Applied Science - Radiologic Technology

Liliana Flores, Associate of Business

Taylor Graffius, Associate of Applied Science - Radiologic Technology

Autumn Schreiber, Associate of Applied Science - Radiologic Technology

San Tan Campus

Tisha Castillo, Associate of Applied Science - Dietetic Technician

Tacheena Coicou, Associate of Science - Liberal Studies

Mariah Lopez, Associate of Applied Science - Nursing

Alyssa Powell, Associate of General Studies

Virtual Campus

Claudia Arroyo, Associate of Applied Science - Health Information Technology

Kelley Johnsen, Associate of Applied Science - Health Information Management

For more than 50 years, Central Arizona College has been serving and educating the diverse communities of Pinal County.  With five campuses and three centers located strategically throughout the county, CAC provides accessible, educational, economic, cultural, and personal growth opportunities for those of all ages.

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