AWC Healthcare Programs to Present Open House

Yuma, AZ (December 5, 2018) – Healthcare programs at Arizona Western College will be holding an open house for the community on Tuesday, Dec. 11.

Those interested in learning about a future in healthcare can come meet current students and instructors from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Kachina Medical Plaza, 2451 S. Avenue A, Suite E101.

Attendees can learn about the new Medical Assistant and Home Health Aide programs starting in spring of 2019.

Students win third place during research competition

Yuma, AZ (December 4, 2018) – Two former Arizona Western College students were recently awarded third place for their work during a Student Research League (SRL) competition.

Luciana Elizarraras and Khang Van Pham were recognized with a plaque and a monetary award during the American Mathematical Association for Two-Year Colleges (AMATYC) annual conference in Orlando in November. The SRL project was the first research-based competition to be held by AMATYC in April.

AWC to use BankMobile to deliver student disbursement payments

New provider offers free checking account for current and future students

Yuma, AZ (December 3, 2018) – Arizona Western College is partnering with BankMobile to process all student disbursement payments beginning Spring 2019.

A financial company focused solely on education, BankMobile is used by over 800 institutions across the U.S. including Imperial Valley College and Arizona State University. BankMobile helps colleges and universities deliver financial aid credit balances to students quickly, securely, and efficiently.

AWC Football Loses Head Coach

Minnick taking talents to Garden City

Yuma, AZ (November 30, 2018) – After leading the Matador Football program to national prominence, Head Coach Tom Minnick is taking his storied career to lead the Broncbusters of Garden City Community College in Kansas.

Minnick’s last game with AWC will be this Saturday afternoon as the Matadors take on the Lackawanna Falcons. Kickoff is set for 1:00 pm at Veterans Memorial Stadium. Tickets are $10 for reserved seating, $5 for general admission.

Here Comes the Bowl!

YUMA, Ariz.(November 29, 2018) – Year in and year out, the El Toro Bowl has brought in some of the top junior college football talent in the nation. This year’s version is no different, and two NJCAA Top 20 teams will square off on Saturday in Yuma at Veterans Memorial Stadium. The sixth-ranked Lackawanna College Falcons (10-0) travels to Yuma to take on the 19th ranked Arizona Western College Matadors (6-4).

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