YUMA, Ariz. – At some point, you run out of superlatives to describe Patrick Macon. The Arizona Western linebacker won almost every award imaginable, led the Matador football team to the national championship game, graduated and transferred to Oklahoma State. Today he was named the 2017 David Rowlands Male Student-Athlete of the Year , given to the top male student-athlete in the NJCAA. He is the first Matador to earn the NJCAA’s top honor.
Massage Therapy students offer chair massages on campus
Yuma, AZ (July 20, 2017)-The Arizona Western College (AWC) Massage Therapy students will be offering chair massages in the College Community Center 3C on the Yuma Campus from 11am-1pm. The chair massages will be available, Thursday, July 27. The program students will be available for $10 for a 15 minute chair massage. No appointment will be necessary. And the public is welcome.
INSINCT2 Grant enables South Yuma County students to earn a BAS
Yuma, AZ (July 19, 2017)—The planned renovation and expansion of the Arizona Western College San Luis Informatics Campus first broke ground on June 29 and is in progress with Pilkington Commercial Company, Inc. serving as General Contractors of the project. According to the EMC2 Architect’s Field Report on July 11, the footings and slab were being prepped. The concrete was poured for the footings and slab on Friday, July 14th.
Yuma, AZ (July 19, 2017) –The Arizona Western College Parker Learning Center and KAWC will host the Parker Chamber Mixer on Thursday, August 17 at the new Parker Community Center (11th St and Fiesta Ave) from 5:30pm to 7:30pm.
Yuma, AZ (July 5, 2017)—On July 5th, Southwest Gas Corporation presented a donation of equipment to the Arizona Western College Agricultural Land Lab and the Ernest Lopez Welding Institute. The AWC Agricultural Land Lab received a Honda 2000 Generator and Ingersoll Rand Air Compressor. The Ernest Lopez Welding Institute was presented with a Miller 2005 Engine Drive Welder. These have all been serviced and are ready to be used by AWC students. The total estimated value of all of this equipment is $5,156.