Photography class EAC Payson 2019 art show (copy)

EAC-Payson is offering a number of classes online and in-person this summer. Visit for more information. 

Registration for Eastern Arizona College’s upcoming summer classes continues this week, and there are still many course offerings to choose from.

Most classes will be held online, but some in-person classes will be held on campus with social distancing in place.

EAC is offering the following certificates this summer:

• The Google IT Support Professional Certificate prepares students for entry-level IT support jobs in under two months. No experience is necessary. There are 215,000 unfilled IT support jobs across the U.S., and the average median annual wage is $53,470. The cost for this certificate is $540. Contact James McBride at for more information.

• The Project Management Certificate prepares students for positions in a wide variety of industries. The national average for entry-level salaries is between $40,000 and $60,000. The cost for this two-month certificate is $1,600, including books. For more information, contact Dana Barnett at

Skill/hobby classes include:

• Beginning Acrylic Painting I

• Beginning Watercolor I

• Beginning Oil Painting I

• eBay as a Home-Based Business

• Website Development Using WordPress — Workshop

EAC’s entire up-to-date class listing is available online at

Students can register two ways:

By phone: 928-468-8039, weekdays between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., or online at by clicking “Gila Hank Online.” Students over 55 qualify for EAC’s Senior Citizen Tuition Scholarship, which covers the full cost of in-state tuition.

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