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Return frequently for updates and guidance.

COVID-19  RESOURCES:

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Pima County Health Department

World Health Organization

Update - July 6, 2021
Hurry, classes start September 22nd
A new cohort will begin in-person classes September 22, 2021. We expect this cohort to be full; hurry and save yourself a spot!  Contact Us today to learn more about The Professional Medical Assitant program at Kino College and why it is the best fit for you. Now is the time!

Update - April 26, 2021
Welcome Cohort 115
A new cohort began in-person classes April 26, 2021. Orientation was held Thursday April 22, 2021. It is not too late to join this class, we saved you a seat. Contact Us today to learn why The Professional Medical Assitant program at Kino College is the best fit for you. Take control of your future!

Update - June 04, 2020
Congrats Cohort 112
One thing is clear, Cohort 112 will never forget their experiences at Kino College! Despite the challenges of the COVID-19 Pandemic, this cohort persevered and successfully completed all of the requirements of the didactic portion of the Professional Medical Assistant program. Now they are off on their clinical externship experiences which are sure to be equally memorable, and just weeks from now will begin new careers as Professional Medical Assistants. We congratulate them on this meaningful achievement!

Update - April 29, 2020
Kino College Fall Cohort Commences September 14, 2020
A new cohort of classes will begin on September 14, 2020. Orientation is scheduled for Thurdsay, September 10th at 5:30 pm.  Contact Us  today to find out if our Professional Medical Assistant Program is a good fit for you.

Update - March 30, 2020
Kino College New Class Begins April 20th
A new cohort of classes will begin with online instruction on April 20th. Online instruction will remain in place until local, state and federal guidance allows for residential classes to resume. Contact Us today to enroll for our Spring Cohort and become a part of the solution!

Update - March 26, 2020
Kino College Resumes Classes Online
Kino College in-person lecture sessions are transforming to only online instruction beginning Monday, March 30, 2020, due to the COVID-19 Coronavirus outbreak. Online instruction will remain as long as local, state and federal authorities mandate physical distancing.

The Spring 2020 Cohort will commence April 20, 2020 as scheduled.

Update - March 15, 2020
Kino College Classes Postponed
The safety, well-being and protection of Kino College students, faculty, and staff from the potential spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) comes before any of our goals or considerations. I want to assure you that we will continue to act with appropriate caution as we continue to monitor the news about the spread of the virus.

Gov. Doug Ducey today canceled all Arizona public school classes through March 27, 2020.  The Kino College Board of Managers has determined it is wise to follow suit, therefore Kino College Cohort 112 classes are postponed the next two weeks and are to resume Monday, March 30th. Cohort 114 will begin classes April 20.  A new schedule of classes will be forthcoming.

Please monitor your email box and our website, KinoCollege.com, for any updates regarding any additional scheduling changes due to COVID-19.

In the meantime, we encourage everyone to make use of “best practices” as outlined by the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention and Pima County Health Department:

  • Frequent hand washing with soap for at least 20 seconds or an alcohol-based hand sanitizer
  • Avoid touching your face including eyes, nose and mouth.
  • Cover your mouth when coughing or sneezing with a tissue, not your hand.
  • Anyone sick or unwell should refrain from coming to school/work and avoid public spaces.
  • Refrain from handshaking, kissing, hugging etc. A respectable fist or elbow bump will do.

The Pima County Health Department (PCHD), noted Friday, March 13, that the current risk for exposure to COVID-19 in Pima County remains low.”  Based on this information, we would like to emphasize that it important not to panic or overreact to this outbreak.

We want to assure you that the health and well-being of our Kino College community remains our utmost concern, and we are committed to sharing information, following protocols, and making any adjustments that are deemed necessary to provide a safe learning environment.

If you have any questions or concerns please contact Executive Director, Dennis Wilson or Director of Operations, Phil Bregman at 520-202-2737 or by email at info@kinocollege.com

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