Registration is officially open for the Fall 2021 semester at Yavapai College. Degree-seeking students, part-time/working students, those searching for a new career or an expanded skill set for their current one, can find their next step in Yavapai College’s growing catalog of professional fields, academic programs and in-person, on-line or hybrid courses. Classes begin Monday,
Yavapai College has announced that it will be offering students who are registered for credit classes ‘One Class Free’ for the fall 2021 semester. The ‘One Class Free’ initiative is funded by CARES and CRRSAA federal grant money to support students in need due to COVID-19. Any student registered for a credit class is eligible
Photo: Prescott Evening of Recognition honorees in attendance Yavapai College faculty and leadership honored the top students across academic and technical education disciplines during traditional “Evening of Recognition” ceremonies at both the Verde Valley and Prescott campuses. The limited-attendance events featured congratulatory remarks from YC President Dr. Lisa Rhine and Academic Affairs Vice President Dr.
Yavapai College Performing Arts Center Offers Virtual Screening of Oscar Shorts Beginning Friday, April 2
Yavapai College Performing Arts Center continues its tradition of being Northern Arizona’s Go-To source for film buffs by offering a virtual screening for Oscar-nominated live action, animated and documentary short subject films. The 2021 Oscar Shorts will be available for remote screening Friday, April 2 through Sunday, April 25 at the YCPAC website, ycpac.com. “These
Desert Financial Fiesta Bowl Kindness Arizona Tour Assists Yavapai College Students through Daniel’s Ride
The Desert Financial Kindness Arizona Tour went the extra mile to assist struggling Yavapai College students on Wednesday, with a landmark $5,000 gift to YC’s Daniel’s Ride fundraiser. “The pandemic has been very hard on students, especially non-traditional students.” Desert Financial Credit Union’s Assistant Vice President Emma Garcia explained. “We admire Daniel’s initiative to help
One morning last May, Yavapai College professor Daniel Swartz tossed a leg across his bicycle and set out along the Peavine Trail. His ride was initially about stress relief, to get his mind off the plight of his students. But he kept riding – the next morning, and the next – and an idea began