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Yavapai College: Halloween & More

31 October 2017   Jennifer McCormack

All Things Yavapai College

Following is a list of programs, activities and events happening at Yavapai College through Monday, Nov. 6. Please give us a call if you need any additional information. And, we would appreciate it if you would include these activities in your community calendars.

Halloween movie night

YC students and guests will spend part of their Halloween night tonight watching Alfred Hitchcock’s classic, “Psycho,” in Building 3, Room 119. The screening starts at 6 p.m. Admission is free. YC student ID is required. Each YC student is eligible to bring one guest.

YC students trick-or-treat so others can eat

A group of YC students will be among those trick-or-treating in Pronghorn Ranch in Prescott Valley from 3 to 5:30 p.m. today – Halloween. But instead of treats, they will be asking for canned food donations to fill the I AM YC Club’s emergency food pantry. The trick-or-treating YC students are representing the Rotaract and SSS Trio clubs, the Student Leadership Council, Phi Theta Kappa, the Native American Club and the I AM YC Club. Food donations are always welcome in one of multiple bins at all YC campuses and centers.

Spring Semester Open Enrollment

Registration for everyone interested in credit classes is underway! To find available courses, browse the 2017-2018 YC course catalog. Find it here -- For enrollment or registration assistance, visit

Club Rush

Yavapai College students are invited to explore student club and organization opportunities from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday and Thursdayoutside near the Prescott campus circle. Some of the clubs do fun activities while they are recruiting members. Great for photos!

BE YC For A Day!

Dozens of future college students will try Yavapai College on for size, enjoying mini-education and career paths in a daylong experience, Thursday, Nov. 2, at the YC Prescott campus. The mini pathways start at 10:30, 11:40 and 1:30 and include wine making, horticulture, canine, robotics, video production, leadership, filmmaking, and hospitality mini-classes. Great for photos!!!

Literary SW Author Series

Celebrated crime fiction writer T. Jefferson Parker is the series guest this Friday, Nov. 3, 5 to 7 p.m., in the Community Room (B-19-147) of the Prescott campus library. Free and all are welcome.