July 31, 2012
Gila Community College Payson Campus
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Gila Community College board member Thomas Loeffler abruptly resigned his position this week, blasting fellow board members for “irresponsible decision making.”
Desperate to reverse an enrollment free-fall, the Gila Community College (GCC) board slashed tuition rates and reinstalled free tuition for seniors at its July 18 meeting.
In a three-to-one vote, the Gila Community College Board Thursday decided to return tuition prices to the pre-2011 schedule and reinstate free tuition for seniors.
The Gila Community College board last week took the first crucial step toward both achieving independence and renegotiating the contract with Eastern Arizona College required by its provisional college status.
Gila Community College and the Payson Area Computer Association (P.A.C.A.) are hosting a free, one-hour seminar and slideshow, “Protecting Yourself, Your Computer and Your Identity” to be presented by Norbert “Bob” Gostischa.
Gila Community College is closed for the holidays through Jan. 2 and when offices reopen prospective and returning students can register for the new spring classes that start on Jan. 9.
The Gila Community College board is finally getting its whatnot together. More or less.
Tired of sitting by the phone like a wallflower waiting for something to happen, Gila Community College (GCC) has convened a committee to work with the state’s universities to help students earn quick, inexpensive college degrees.
Six-month lag in getting year-end budget numbers prompts tense exchange
Larry Stephenson, president of the Gila County Community College (GCC) district, does not understand the delay in getting final figures from the budget year that ended last June from Eastern Arizona College (EAC).
Sorry, guys, you just ain’t a real college. That’s the latest face-slap delivered by the Arizona Community College Presidents Council, whose members have lobbied consistently to make sure Gila Community College doesn’t get its fair share of state funding.