Scottsdale Community College slates 5 December concerts

The Scottsdale Community College Music Department showcases its musical chops with concerts featuring its talented students and faculty in [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Community College Dance presents fall concert

Scottsdale Community College Dance Program presents fall dance concert Dec. 1-2 in Performing Arts Center. The Scottsdale Community College Dance [...] Continue Reading →

SCC’s annual iron pour event funds student sculpture program

Scottsdale Community College’s Sculpture Department presents its annual “KOJI XIII Fall Iron Pour” Saturday, Nov. 11. The event [...] Continue Reading →

‘You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown’ opens on Scottsdale stage

The whole Peanuts gang — Charlie, Lucy, Linus and Snoopie — will be taking the stage at Scottsdale Community College this November [...] Continue Reading →

SCC football turns program around with solid team chemistry

The Scottsdale Community College football team is amid a complete turnaround from 2016 and a lot of that improvement hinges on what’s happened [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Community College nationally recognized for student voter engagement

Two Maricopa County Community Colleges were nationally honored on Oct. 19, at the inaugural ALL IN Challenge Awards Ceremony, recognizing [...] Continue Reading →

Shakespeare, romance & zombies: Scottsdale Community College production has it all

Shakespeare and zombies come together in this Scottsdale Community College theater production of “William Shakespeare’s Land of the [...] Continue Reading →

SCC names former Mesa PD sergeant as safety commander

Arlyn Walz has been named Public Safety Commander at Scottsdale Community College, replacing former Commander Les Strickland, who transferred to [...] Continue Reading →

‘Avenue Q’ garners Scottsdale Community College award nominations

The Scottsdale Community College theatrical production of “Avenue Q” has been recognized for local theater excellence by earning four [...] Continue Reading →

‘The Pulitzer that Defined Latino Journalism’ screened in Scottsdale

In 1984, a team of Mexican-American reporters from the Los Angeles Times won the Pulitzer Prize for Public Service for a groundbreaking 27-part [...] Continue Reading →