SCAC Status and Central Updates

As details of current situations that impact our institution are released, we will add those resources here:

  • Many classes are planning to have a modified online format when classes resume March 30.
  • The computer labs are closed to students until further notice. See the SCAC Public Calendar for future lab schedule (subject to change).
  • Free home Internet service is available this semester to students and faculty members who reside on the San Carlos Apache Reservation and cannot afford to pay. Call the San Carlos Unified School District Superintendent’s office at 928-475-7402, and we will work to get you set up with Internet service.
  • The Withdraw Deadline is April 6. Here is the link to the required Registration Transaction Form to fill out. You can email it back to admissions@apachecollege.org for processing.
  • Tutoring remains available during this time. Email tutoring@apachecollege.org or call/text 928-200-2067 to set up an appointment.
  • Faculty who need assistance in creating an online course can check out our resources on how to Create Your Online Course
  • WiFi Internet will be provided to our students even beyond our limited hours of operation if you’d like to access it from outside of our buildings. The current password for our SCAC-Guest wifi network is “apachecollege”.
  • Chromebook laptops are available to students who have a need for one this semester to continue their studies off-campus. Please email IT Officer Kenneth Chan at tech@apachecollege.org or call / text  928-864-9328 for more details.
  • In-person registrations and Accuplacer testing will be postponed until further notice. Past and current students are encouraged to register for classes online by logging into Jenzabar http://my.tocc.edu/ics.
  • In-person enrollments are postponed until further notice. You can apply online at http://my.tocc.edu/ICS/Future_Student/ or email our Admissions Representative at admissions@apachecollege.org.
  • Click to read a message from SCAC President, Dr. Martín Ahumada.
  • General information about the COVID-19 pandemic is listed on our Coronavirus page, including prevention tips and declarations of emergency.

2020 Spring Semester

 
 
Contact 928-475-2024 or admissions@scat-nsn.gov, or just come to our Admissions office to sign up for classes. If you are already an enrolled student, you can go online to add and drop classes during open Add/Drop periods by logging in to Jenzabar and visiting the Current Student tab. 
 


Mandatory Orientation for New Students: Friday, January 10, in Room MB10 (Old Council Chamber), starting at 12:00 noon. (Expected duration: 1.5 hours.) 

Current information about the pandemic on our  Emergency Response (COVID-19) page.

2020 Summer Semester

 
 
To register for classes, contact 928-475-2024 or admissions@scat-nsn.gov, or just come to our Admissions office. If you are already an enrolled student, you can also go online to add and drop classes during open Add/Drop periods by visiting Jenzabar, logging in, and visiting the Current Student tab. 
 

There is no Orientation activity for the Summer session.

Current information about the pandemic on our Emergency Response (COVID-19) page.

Chairman’s Message

Welcome to the San Carlos Apache College website.  I hope this message finds you in good spirits.

The San Carlos Apache Tribal Council is proud of its initiative to provide higher education, through our Apache College, to our children.  This has been a lifelong dream of our people.  This dream has been reinforced through a survey of our people who have stated education is the most important issue facing us today.

We are happy with our Apache College Board of Regents’ efforts in opening the doors to our Apache College this August 2017.  We are thankful to the partnerships we have established with the Gila Community College, Arizona State University, and the Tohono O’odham Community College. I encourage all our high school students to seriously consider our Apache College to further your education.

We envision our Apache College combining personal attention with cultural relevance, in such a way as to encourage our children to pursue higher education at our Apache College, help stem the tide of scholarship dropouts, and to better meet the educational needs of our children.

Thank you,

Terry Rambler, Chairman
San Carlos Apache Tribal Council

Tribal Chairman Terry Rambler