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Lee Bitsóí (Diné), EdD, is a critical ethnographer and bioethicist. He currently serves as a Research Associate in the Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology at Harvard University. He will be speaking on Friday Sept. 19, 2014 at 12:00 - 2:00 pm in the library LB-300 (Southwest Reading Room).
Your attendance will be very much welcomed and a lunch will be provided.
Although school just started a few weeks ago it's not too early to start getting ready for the Spring 2015 semester.
Pre-registration for Spring classes begins September 29th for continuing students. If you need advisement make an appointment soon by coming by our office or calling: 480-461-7931.
Those students that need Biology courses such as BIO 181, 182, 201, and 202, remember those BIO classes fill early.
Regular registration for all students begin October 6th.
If you are planning on or anticipating graduation from an associate's or certificate degree program please be aware that there is a deadline to apply for graduation. Applications are due by a certain deadline in the Spring semester so don't procrastinate and schedule an appointment with Sam or Loretta as soon as possible to get started. Congratulations future graduates! CLICK HERE for a link to the steps necessary for graduation.
CLICK HERE for a link to the packet you will need to complete and submit along with a signed and verified check sheet of the program that you're completing which must be filled out by your advisor. Contact the American Indian Institute in bldg. AD 42 Room 25 if you need assistance: 480-461-7931
Through the American Indian Center a math tutor is provided to all students taking courses ranging from MAT082 (Basic Arithmetic) to MAT220 (Calculus 1). Vicky Stewart is our talented and caring tutor who serves our students Monday-Friday from 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm. CLICK HERE for more information.
Every spring the American Indian Student Convocation is held at one of the Maricopa community colleges. The last one took place at Paradise Valley Community College. All students who have completed or will complete degree/certificate programs in the Summer, Fall, or Spring terms are encouraged to attend. Continue to look here for updated information regarding this event.
Any student interested in participating in Study Abroad should contact their office and complete an application. For information regarding deadlines, applications, fees, locations, funding, etc., please CLICK HERE to learn more on their website.
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