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Continue to monitor email, Facebook and the College’s website. All official College communication from the administration will be directed through the division of Public Relations.


Due to COVID-19 concerns, Central Arizona College has updated the teaching methods of the fall 2020 class schedule to reflect continued social distancing.
Please continue to review your class schedule for any changes in the format it is taught. Such as, hybrid/face-to-face/online, online, or online/synchronous.

CAC will continue to post any future changes and reach out to communicate with students who have registered.

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Fall Registration Currently Happening

Schedule a virtual appointment with your Academic Advisor today to select the perfect schedule before classes are full.

 2020-2021 FAFSA is now available.
Apply early to ensure eligibility notification prior to the next academic year.  

For additional information, please email

Frequently Asked Questions

Will all of my classes be online this fall semester?
The majority of classes have moved to a virtual/online delivery.

What does online delivery mean?
This course delivery means it will be a traditional online class, with no specific day, time, or campus restrictions. Ignore the campus designation

What does online/synchronous mean?
Like an online class the coursework is done virtually, but there is also a structured format, like a lecture, at a specific day and time.  Instead of on a campus though it will be held online, through Blackboard.  Ignore the campus designation

What does hybrid/face to face/online mean?
This means that a majority of your class will be online, but there may be skills testing, labs, or other hands-on training on a campus.  This will be arranged by your professor. Please speak with your professor when classes begin for scheduling information.  All face to face components will be carried out with all health and safety considerations in mind.