“It’s for anyone looking to take their life to the next level,” Assoc said. Dean Susana Zambrano

Arizona Western College continues its mission to meet people more than halfway

YUMA, Ariz. (KYMA, KECY) — Not so long ago, wanting to go to college meant struggling. Not just struggling to pay, but to get there.

Arizona Western College has long been a source of opportunity. But, if you lived on the outskirts of Yuma County, getting to the AWC campus was a mission in itself.

Luckily, the transit system came along and made getting to school a little easier. But, it still costs to go up and that meant taking the scenic route to and from the school.

Thus, the community college lived up to its name and branched out throughout its community. With satellite campuses in Parker, Somerton, and now San Luis, getting a high school education is easier.

But, this opportunity isn’t just for those leaving high school this summer. According to South County Associate Dean Susana Zambrano, this opportunity is for anyone who wants to take the next step.

Zambrano mentioned that students still enrolled in high school can enroll in a dual credit course. Adults looking to spruce up their resume can also take advantage of the school’s flexible coursework.

So, for anyone interested in learning more about high school education, San Luis Learning Center will be hosting a Reg Fest on April 28, from 4:30 p.m. to 8 p.m., at its 8th Avenue campus (1340 8th Ave) just east of San Luis High School. .

Now, if you’re interested, be sure to bring your transcripts and any financial documents you may need.

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