To register for classes, contact 928-475-2024 or email@example.com, 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.
All of the SCAC lab computers running Windows have the Apache Language keyboard layout installed. To change between the standard US English keyboard and the Nnee Biyáti’ (Western Apache) keyboard, click on the keyboard layout switcher in the system tray at the bottom right of the Desktop. (Conversely, if you’re trying to type in English and you keep getting unexpected accent marks, etc, when typing punctuation marks like the colon, semicolon, and square bracket keys, the Apache keyboard may be enabled and you may need to switch it back to the US English keyboard.)
Below is the keymap for setting the various diacritics and accent marks. (You must enable the Western Apache keyboard layout to use this keymap.) Here are also the marks for people who would prefer to copy and paste:
á é í ó ú ą ę į ǫ ų ą́ ę́ į́ ǫ́ ų́ ł ṉ Á É Í Ó Ú Ą Ę Į Ǫ Ų Ą́ Ę́ Į́ Ǫ́ Ų́ Ł Ṉ
If you’d like to install the Apache language keyboard on your own Windows or Mac computer, please find the latest download files and directions at LanguageGeek.com.
Video Recordings from APA101 Class
A selection of abridged video files are provided as a convenience for actively enrolled students of APA101 Apache Language, and requires logging in with your TOCC Gmail credentials. Video recordings are no substitute for attending class, and no guarantees are made about the accuracy nor completeness of the content within. For questions about the content, please consult with your Apache Language instructor.
Click to access the abridged video recordings (requires login with your TOCC Gmail credentials). These sessions were filmed during the Spring 2019 semester class held Mondays and Wednesdays, 9:00am-10:40am.
For technical support for using the Western Apache keyboard or accessing the Apache Language video recordings, please contact Kenneth Chan, SCAC IT Officer, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 928-475-2022.
Academic Advising – Speak with our Admissions office regarding any of your enrollment questions, including placement tests, courses, programs, careers. Email email@example.com or call 928-475-2024.
Eligibility – High school diploma or GED recipient, or current or transfer student from an accredited college or university, or current high school student with permission from school and parents / guardians. We also accept students interested in the College Credit Pathway for an Arizona High School Equivalency Diploma, as well as those taking classes for personal interest. You do not need to be a Tribal member to apply!
Registration – To register for classes, contact 928-475-2024 or firstname.lastname@example.org, 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.
Textbooks – We will order your books for you with free shipping.
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.
Terry Rambler, Chairman San Carlos Apache Tribal Council