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  COVID-19 UPDATE:  All student enrollment and support services are available online only – connect with SCC here. Most Spring 2021 Semester classes are being held online. Students should contact their instructors for additional information.

2020-21 Events

Join us at a civic engagement or global awareness event this year! Check out the Event Flyers for detailed information about individual events. (Calendar is subject to change.)

March
  Women's History Month
30
  • LatinA/LatinE: Unpacking Gendered Spanish Language
  • 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm
  • RSVP here
  Human Trafficking Awareness Month
31 Alli Ortega Empty Bowls: Proceeds benefit Vista del Camino Community Center
April
  INclusiveness Month
TBD Excellence Under the Stars award ceremony
12-17 Genocide Awareness Week
TBD CSL Club Recognition (by invitation only)
May
TBD SCC Commencement

Earlier 2020-21 Events

August
18 International Student Orientation (Closed to public)
17-28 Virtual Club Sign-up Tables
September
22-24 Maricopa Virtual Student Leadership Experience
Deadline to apply: 9/18
Register here: www.tinyurl.com/2020SLE
Sep 15-Oct 15 Hispanic Heritage Month
17 Constitution Day Celebration @ SCC
9:45-10:30 am
A WebEx event with the Maricopa County Recorder, Adrian Fontes.
22 National Voter Registration Day
October
1 Our Vote, Our Future
6 pm - 7:30 pm
View the Our Vote, Our Future video
Join us and invite others to be part of this nonpartisan event designed to educate students, staff, and faculty, and the community about the importance of voting in both national and local elections! Come get your questions answered!
Special Guests Include:
  • Secretary of State, Katie Hobbs
  • Maricopa County Recorder, Adrian Fontes
  • Avery Xola from Clean Elections
  • Paul Bentz, Senior Vice President, High Ground Consulting
7 Latino Student Association Meet & Greet
2 - 3 pm
14 Hispanic Heritage Month
Telling Our Stories: Connecting the Past to the Future
1 - 2 pm
HHM 2020 Video Password: XxhYT2sn
Pita Juarez (documentary filmmaker), James Garcia (journalist and playwright) and Gloria Montano Greene (climate sustainability advocate) will share the stories of their careers, how it helped create a stronger Latinx community and why community engagement is important in 2020. The session will be recorded and available for faculty to share with students following the event.
 
19-23 Artichoke Pride Week
29 Election 2020 Trivia Challenge
11 am – 12 pm
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84411742771
November
3 Election Day
10 Native American Heritage Month
Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women
4 pm
Login in to Webex: 1460211533@maricopa.webex.com
ID: 1460211533 | Password: pyy9aWAq
(US) +1 602-666-0783 (toll) | Access code: 146 021 153 3
11 Veterans Day Recognition Ceremony
Happy Veteran's Day Video
16-20 International Education Week
Join the Maricopa Community Colleges for a virtual International Education Week, an opportunity to celebrate the benefits of international education and exchange worldwide. This year’s theme is Global Equity & Justice, with co-curricular events in many fields of study. Learn more and RSVP for virtual events here: www.tiny.cc/maricopaiew
January
TBD International Student Orientation (Closed to public)
25-29 Virtual Spring Club Fair
Join us for SCC's Virtual Club Fair! Our clubs and organizations will be online for "Meet & Greet" sessions throughout the week. More information and meeting links can be found on the flyer to the right. RSVP here to join us. If you are unable to attend, please contact the Club Advisor.
February
  Black History Month
10
  • Langston Hughes’s Ask Your Mama: 12 Moods for Jazz
  • Featuring the Ron McCurdy
  • 5:30 pm
  • Presented by SCC, CGC & MCC
  • Register/RSVP here

A multimedia virtual presentation of Langston Hughes’ kaleidoscopic Jazz poem suite, “Ask Your Mama: 12 Moods for Jazz.” (Hughes’ homage to the struggle for artistic and social freedom at home and abroad at the beginning of the 1960s). By way of videography, this recorded performance links the words and music of Hughes’ poetry to topical images of Ask Your Mama’s people, places, and events, and to the works of the visual artists Langston Hughes admired or collaborated with most closely over the course of his career. Together the words, sounds, and images recreate a magical moment in our cultural history, which bridges the Harlem Renaissance, the post World War II Beat writers’ coffeehouse jazz poetry world, and the looming Black Arts performance explosion of the 1960s.

Dr. Ron McCurdy, creator of the project will introduce the project and be available for a question and answer period after the event.