The Maricopa County Community College District announced that twenty-three high-achieving students representing the system’s 10 colleges were honored on Feb. 22 during the 2023 All-Arizona Academic Team Recognition Ceremony.
The Maricopa County Community College District announced that Dr. Mark Koan, Chief Information Officer and Vice Chancellor, has received the 2022 CIO of the Year ORBIE Award for Public Sector from ArizonaCIO.
Interim Chancellor Steven R. Gonzales, the Governing Board of the Maricopa County Community College District, and the Presidential Search Committee invite nominations and applications for the position of President of Phoenix College, in Phoenix, Arizona.
When Proposition 207 was passed by Arizona voters in November 2020, the state became one of 18 that legalized the sale of recreational marijuana. Now, a year into practice, community colleges are beginning to see the benefit.
As the new, highly infectious Omicron variant of COVID-19 has begun to spread rapidly across the U.S., colleges and universities are pivoting to keep students safe as they prepare for the upcoming spring semester.
Colleges and universities are going back to raising coronavirus protocols amid rising infections and a new COVID-19 variant, and Glendale Community College continues to monitor the situation as it relates to its two West Valley campuses.
Data are data, and raw numbers tell the story of student enrollment at 2-and 4-year colleges across the U.S., including around Maricopa County and, more closely, in Glendale. Female students are coming in droves to campuses, and males are leaving.