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Free Food Boxes

The South Mountain Community College department of Student Life is partnering with St. Mary’s Food Bank to provide free food boxes to students and community members. Included in the boxes are staple food items, including cereal, pasta, rice, beans, canned vegetables and more. Boxes can be picked up from the SMCC student union any time Monday-Friday, from 8 a.m. – 5p.m. Only one box per visit,...

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MCCCD Student App 2.0 is Now Live

Maricopa County Community College District has overhauled its student app, and MyInfo 2.0 is now live, and able to be downloaded on Apple’s App store, or on Google Play. MyInfo is a tool that provides access to personalized information, including class schedules, books, grades, financial aid, and scholarships. This mobile-friendly application supplies the critical information students need for continued success and engagement on campus. Check financial aid award statuses and amounts – offered, awarded,...

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Katherine Alcazar, Ainsley Chapman named to SMCC All Arizona 2018-19 Academic Team

South Mountain Community College’s chapter of Phi Theta Kappa has selected students Katherine Alcazar and Ainsley Chapman for the All Arizona 2018-19 academic team. Alcazar and Chapman will also move forward as All USA nominees. Alcazar is majoring in Biomedical Engineering, with the eventual goal of transferring to ASU to continue studying in that field, and one day earning her doctorate degree. Born and raised in Arizona, she initially chose SMCC as...

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DECA Students Take Awards

On Saturday, November 3rd, South Mountain Community College Collegiate DECA sent 6 members to the Fall Leadership Conference at Grand Canyon University. At the conference, the students attended business related workshops and participated in case study competitions against 7 other colleges and universities. At the conference South Mountain Community College Collegiate DECA students brought home awards. The SMCC Collegiate DECA students will compete again at the Arizona Career Development...

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ASU’s Massive “Walk on Mars” Map to be Displayed as Part of Hermanas Conference at South Mountain Community College

Since 2001, Arizona State University’s THEMIS camera has been taking infrared images of Mars, collecting more than 200,000 pictures over 17 years. The Mars Space Flight Facility has taken the best images, cropped and stitched and blended them together, and printed out a global map of the red planet at full resolution. It’s the size of a basketball court. But that’s the point of ASU’s “Walk on Mars” map:...

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