Maricopa Emergency Management System Alert

System Status: Critical systems have been restored. If you have not reset your password, please do so now.

  CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) UPDATE – SPRING 2021: Classes are being conducted online, in-person and hybrid. Select (in-person) student services are available by appointment in the Hannelly Center and the Library.  All services are available remote/online. Please view the following links for more information.   Maricopa Coronavirus Website  |  CARES Funding FAQs  |  Need Help?  | Remote Services & Support  | Library Hours

Upcoming Events

Calendar Spring 2021

Office of Student Life & Leadership


Thur 1

12:00pm - 1:00pm

6:00pm - 7:00pm

"CALCULUS: THE MUSICAL" A Comedy Please pre-register, at right, for your virtual tickets.
A chain of comedic sketches, it's the story of a modern student who personally explores Calculus with Sir Isaac Newton.  Musical parodies introduce and illuminate concepts in a fresh light.
Register Here
Sat 3 9:00am - 1:00pm VIRTUAL FASFA WORKSHOP

Important:  Please Pre-Register, at right, to attend this Event.

There's no need to fear the FAFSA!  It's here to help you get the aid and scholarships you need.  Get 1:1 support and guidance, as you complete the form.  Our special Saturday Hours make it easy to attend.

Register Here
Tue 6 12:00pm - 1:15pm REAL TALK SERIES: STOP AAPI HATE People of Asian American and Pacific Islander descent have been victims of an alarming rash of recent hate crimes. Our final "Real Talk" of the semester will focus on the bias against AAPI people, its implications, and what can be done to stop it. Register Here
Wed 7 1:00pm - 2:00pm ADULTING 101: SUBSTANCE AND ALCOHOL USE, ABUSE, AND CONSEQUENCES What are the consequences for using alcohol and/or drugs? Understanding how alcohol and/or drugs can impact your educational journey are critical to the suc-cess of our students at Phoenix College. Register Here
Tue 13 - Wed 14 - Thur 15 See Link in Right Column FINANCIAL TIPS EVERY COLLEGE STUDENT NEEDS Learn how to manage your money for financial success now, and in the future. We'll discuss the relationship between emotional wellness and money, how to set financial goals, taming the "Money Jungle" of life, as well as maximizing financial aid and scholarship resources. Registered MCCCD Students will have the chance to win a $50 gift certificate. Sponsored by the Phoenix College Library. Pre-Register Here
Wed 14 11:00am - 1:00pm ST. MARY’S MOBILE FOOD BANK DISTRIBUTION Drive through to pick up a pre-assembled box of fresh food and produce. Food is available to students and community members. South Gym Parking Lot
Wed 14 3:00pm - 5:00pm THE POWER OF WORDS,  2021 Global Leadership Experience Important:  Pre-Register in advance.

Join an engaging discussion that will improve your intercultural communication skills.  Learn about Communicative Behaviors, how to identify and avoid Discriminatory Language, and acquire skills to enhance Mutual Understanding. Presenters:  Rowdy Duncan, Phoenix College Faculty.  Also, Michelle Drew, GWCC and Cristian Lopez Villegas, SMCC.

Sponsored by MCCCD International Education.

Register Here
Thur 15

1:00pm - 2:00pm 

6:00pm - 7:00pm

"THE TRIBE" - EIDC Film & Discussion Series - April

Important:  Pre-Register by 4/13.  Links to film, and discussion, will be emailed to you.  
Set at a Ukrainian boarding school for the Deaf, the film's narrative unfolds purely through sign language--without employing subtitles or voiceover, resulting in a unique, never-before-seen cinematic experience that engages the audience on a new level. 

Official Selection at:  Cannes Film Festival, Sundance Film Festival, and Toronto International Film Festival.

Register Here
Fri 16 10:00am - 1:00pm & 4:00pm - 7:00pm TUNNEL OF OPPRESSION—ENCORE The program highlights contemporary issues of oppression and is designed to challenge participants to think more deeply about oppression, privilege, & power. Register Here
Tue 20 1:00pm - 2:00pm ADULTING 101: LIFE AFTER GRADUATION Are you prepared for life after graduation? Come hear from recent graduates and build your network with other alumni and current students as you learn how to overcome life challenges after graduation. Register
Wed 21 1:30pm - 3:00pm & 3:30pm - 5:00pm POSITIVE INDIGENOUS MASCULINITY

Important:  Pre-Register in advance.  Participation is limited.

What can we learn by comparing the ideals of Indigenous masculinity with those of mainstream American culture?  This workshop will challenge you to redefine the concepts of male strength, individuality, and how to make a difference.

Hosted by Rowdy Duncan, Phoenix College faculty, and Tyler Walls, of Indigineous Vision.  Sponsored by MCCCD.

Register & Learn More
Tue 22 5:00pm - 7:00pm URSA STUDENT LEADERSHIP AWARDS Join us as we recognize outstanding student leaders recognized by faculty and staff for their outstanding leadership. Register Here
Tue 27 9:00am - 1:00pm LIVING LIBRARY: LIVE HUMAN STORIES Join us virtually to check out human "books" and listen to their stories. Learn from community leaders, activists and professionals from various fields of interest. Register Here

Important:  Please pre-register for this event, at right.

Join a panel discussion that highlights the experiences of underrepresented healthcare providers.  Special focus will be placed on men who work in nursing.  The discussion will also highlight implicit and unconscious biases faced by underserved communities when seeking healthcare. 

Pre-Register Here
Wed 28 11:00am - 1:00pm ST. MARY’S MOBILE FOOD BANK DISTRIBUTION Drive through to pick up a pre-assembled box of fresh food and produce. Food is available to students and community members. South Gym Parking Lot
Fri 30 6:00pm - 8:00pm KICKBACK Join us for our monthly kickback hosted by campus clubs! We will be playing games and hanging out on the last Friday of each month. Register Here


Fri 7 1:00am - 3:00pm ALL CLUB END OF YEAR VIRTUAL CELEBRATION Join us as we celebrate our accomplishments this year. Register Here
Fri 14 6:00pm 2021 VIRTUAL COMMENCEMENT Come and celebrate our 2020 and 2021 graduates virtually during our Virtual Commencement. More information will be posted on the website. Log In Information TBD