November 19, 2022
Do you know a CAC alum achieving great success, creating a better community or inspiring others? Is it you?
Nominate Someone Today!
Nominations Close August 31 Questions? Alumni@centralaz.edu Rosemary (520) 494-5470
The Outstanding Alumni Award recognizes the success of CAC alumni.
Eligibility for Nomination
- Candidates must have attended CAC and completed a minimum of 15 credits
Candidates must have exhibited the following:
Professional expertise and/or personal accomplishments
Volunteer or community service
Professional or personal local, regional, national or international recognition
Contributions of time, talent, or treasure in support of CAC or the CAC Foundation missions will also be considered.
Share Your Voice. CAC Memories, Experiences & Adventures
Hey Vaqueros and Vaqueras, where in the world are you today?
In this page you can update your contact information and tell us about your experiences while at CAC and beyond.
We’re curious about what our former students are doing. Help us celebrate Alumni by submitting your story today!
Share your time and talents to stay connected with each other and maintain a valuable relationship with the CAC community.
Stay connected! Update your contact information with the CAC Alumni Association
“Life can be given and taken in the blink of an eye and it’s our responsibility to explore, grow and learn all we can, while we can. CAC was my opportunity to do it all at once.”
Share your CAC memories, experiences & adventures in words or photos! firstname.lastname@example.org
Submissions may be used in CAC publicity. Let us know if you prefer that your story and photos not be shared.
“My experience at CAC was life changing, as I grew up in Casa Grande with limited resources; thinking a college degree was not an attainable goal. Under the excellent guidance of the late Tim Edwards and Dean Merrell, I was able to achieve success in the classroom. Having also played baseball as a Vaquero, I was able to compete at a very high level in the sport I love the most. Through the direction and mentoring of Mr. Merrell, and building upon the confidence gained at CAC, I was able to go on to Arizona State University and obtain a B.S. in Agribusiness.”