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  • For the past 18 years, Phoenix College’s staff, faculty, and students have joined together with the Arizona Immigrant and Refugee Services, Catholic Charities, the International Refugee Committee, and the Lutheran Social...
  •   To help serve students who are feeling crunched for time, Hannelly Center will have special Saturday hours on the first two weekends in January. Student Services will be open to help new and returning students get ready...
  •   Challenge your mind and broaden your perspective about our metropolitan Phoenix region. This is your opportunity to gain insight from remarkable individuals who are challenging the way we think about key topics like public...
  • Recently, Phoenix College Fashion Design students participated in a Chick-Fil-A Fashion Show. The contest was open to all current Phoenix College Fashion Design Students. The task was to create an outfit for Chick-fil-A's...
  • The award-winning English-as-a-Second Language (ESL) Program at Phoenix College is now enrolling students for classes that start in January 2019.  As the first college of the Maricopa Community College District, Phoenix...
  • It is with incredible sadness that we announce the passing of Congressman Ed Pastor. Arizona has lost a wonderful man. Representative Pastor was the first in his family to graduate from college, and he used that education...
  •   It’s time to get digital with the annual Phoenix College Digital Arts Show! From December 5-6, head to the Eric Fischl Art Gallery and check out all of the stunning digital artwork on display created by our Phoenix College...
  •   Struggling to find a unique holiday gift? Well then, the Phoenix College Holiday Art Sale has you covered! The Holiday Art Sale benefits our growing artist community and the Eric Fischl Gallery’s operations. The gallery is...
  • Last Friday, four Phoenix College students competed in the University of Arizona hosted ACCE (Arizona Community College Excellence) Business Case Competition. The students, Marlene Arvizo, Christopher Sanchez, Chiao Chen...
  • Through their $100,000 grant, Intel has teamed up with Phoenix College for another year of the “TEC is for Girls! program.” The program reaches out to middle school-aged youth in area school districts, including Osborn,...