The Arizona College Application Campaign (AzCAC) is a statewide effort to increase the number of first-generation college students and students from low-income families pursuing a college degree or other higher education credential. Through this program, high schools are stepping up to advise and guide seniors and their families through their college application journey.
AzCAC is designed to encourage schools to support graduating seniors navigating the admissions process and provide students with the opportunity to complete at least one college application during the school year. AzCAC can open the door for students by encouraging them to take significant steps toward college in their senior year and ultimately ensure that every student has a chance to reach their potential and bring Arizona closer to 60 percent postsecondary attainment by 2030.
If you have questions regarding AzCAC, please reach out to Roxanne Murphy, Director, Postsecondary Attainment at Roxanne.Murphy@azregents.edu.
Register to participate in the Arizona College Application Campaign and the Arizona FAFSA Challenge to help students break down the steps for applying to and paying for college.
AzCAC Event Planning
Register your school for the Arizona College Application Campaign.
Encourage students to begin college research. Talk to students about match, fit and cost, and also about applying to a variety of colleges.
Host a school-wide College Application Campaign event.
Ensure eligible students have submitted fee waivers, transcripts, test scores, etc.
Submit your event data to the Arizona College Application Campaign.
Schools can customize the timing and number of events to meet the needs of their campus and students. Download the Site Coordinator Toolkit to help kickstart and plan a school-based AzCAC program. You can also find more resources on the American College Application Campaign’s website here.