Yuma, AZ (April 15, 2019) – Arizona Western College is now offering new payment plan options for students through Nelnet. Students who sign up for a payment plan before May 31, 2019 can sign up for 0% down and equal monthly payments for fall registration. Those who sign up after May 31, 2019 pay only 10% down and equal monthly payments for fall registration. A $25 fee is required up front for either option.
Yuma, AZ (April 15, 2019) – Each year Arizona Western College students compete in the American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges (AMATYC) Student Mathematics League national competition. More than 165 college participate in the competition, which includes a very challenging exam. Brett Peterson, AWC Professor of Mathematics, states, “The questions are designed to be challenging and require higher order thinking as opposed to memorization.”
Yuma, AZ (April 15, 2019) – The City of San Luis hosted the Harvesting Hope Art and Poetry Contest that concluded on March 23, 2019. AWC student, Jose Fimbres, took home first place in the college/university category for his portrait of Cesar Chavez. Jose is an art major and a member of the Art Curiosity and Secrets Art Club at AWC’s San Luis Learning Center.
Yuma County, AZ – The Four Borders International Academic Alliance (Alliance), an alliance of colleges, universities, and technical schools from the United States and Mexico celebrated its 2nd Anniversary on March 29, 2019 at the Arizona Western College Schoening Conference Center. As part of this celebration, an additional 7 new Alliance members signed on to the original Memorandum of Understanding that created the Alliance.
Mexican Consulate, Yuma, AZ and Arizona Western College join efforts to implement an Education Orientation Window (Ventanilla de Orientación Educativa)
Yuma, AZ (April 9, 2019) – A strong collaboration between Arizona Western College and the Consulate of Mexico in Yuma, Arizona continues in increasing educational knowledge and opportunities for the Mexican migrant community.