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  • 22 Nov 2021 7:13 PM | Calvin DeVoll (Administrator)

    PHOENIX — Maricopa County Community College District is in the planning stages of offering bachelor’s degrees at eight of its 10 campuses in the Valley.

    Community colleges across the state have been given the authority by Governor Doug Ducey and the Arizona State Legislature to offer bachelor's degrees after a bill was signed into law this year.


  • 3 May 2021 9:13 AM | Calvin DeVoll (Administrator)

    The Arizona Legislature has given final approval to a bill setting out the conditions for the state’s community colleges to start offering four-year degrees. On Wednesday, the Senate passed the legislation with a 24-6 vote, and the House already approved SB 1453. The only thing that remains now is a decision by Gov. Doug Ducey.

    There’s been bipartisan support for this bill, but both parties share concerns about costs. 

    Democratic Sen. Rosanna Gabaldón, who voted "no," says she sees this bill as duplicating existing efforts by universities.

    “Arizona's already underfunding our public education, and I believe this bill will make our community colleges and public universities compete for that same funding. Why make this a solution looking for a problem?" Gabaldón said. 

    Republican Sen. David Livingston voted "yes," but also voiced his concern that this bill may result in higher taxes. 


  • 15 Apr 2021 6:01 PM | Calvin DeVoll (Administrator)

    Four national voting rights groups sent a letter to Arizona Republican Senate President Karen Fann voicing their concerns about the Maricopa County Election audit.

    The Brennan Center and the Carter Center, among others, say that Cyber Ninjas, the company the state Senate hired, lacks the skills and independence necessary to conduct an audit.


  • 1 Apr 2021 3:59 PM | Calvin DeVoll (Administrator)

    The Maricopa County Community College District announced Tuesday that all critical internet technology systems have been restored and classes have officially resumed after a suspected cyberattack caused a district-wide outage two weeks ago.


  • 11 Sep 2020 10:41 AM | Calvin DeVoll (Administrator)

    Four members of Maricopa County Community College District's governing board — including its president — voted to ask Kathleen Winn to resign. Winn delivered her own condemnation of the board, saying other board members had unfairly targeted her with "petty accusations."

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  • 4 Sep 2020 6:36 PM | Calvin DeVoll (Administrator)

    The search for a new leader of the Maricopa County Community Colleges District has come to a halt.

    An investigation found that a member of the search committee for a new chancellor tainted the process by violating a confidentiality agreement and attempting to persuade a candidate to not apply for the position.

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  • 3 Sep 2020 5:57 PM | Kris Bliss (Administrator)

    Check out the Faculty Association's webpage to read the investigative report shared by the Interim Maricopa Employee Senate. 

  • 1 Sep 2020 7:00 PM | Calvin DeVoll (Administrator)

    The shenanigans at the Maricopa County Community College District don’t seem to end.

    The troublemaker this time is governing board member Kathleen Winn, whose meddling in the search for a new chancellor halted the process indefinitely.

    Turns out the vice-chair of the search committee had somebody specific in mind to replace former Chancellor Maria Harper-Marinick, and according to a district-commissioned report, that damaged the integrity of the process.

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  • 21 Jan 2019 9:08 AM | Shannon Ridgeway-Monaco (Administrator)

    See the resolution, starting on page 4 of the agenda linked below:

    01.22.19 GB Agenda.pdf

  • 20 Jan 2019 10:50 PM | Shannon Ridgeway-Monaco (Administrator)



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