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  • Summer School is FREE for EVIT Students!

    Enrolling at EVIT for the 2014-15 school year? You can take summer school classes -- to make sure you graduate on time -- FREE.

  • Discover why EVIT is the right choice for you

    Get a jump start on your career or advanced degree by enrolling at the East Valley Institute of Technology. Registration is simple and east valley high school students can attend tuition-free!

  • Be a part of the nation's most powerful student-run radio station

    EVIT radio, formerly known as The Goldmine, is now The Pulse at 90.7 FM and 92.7 FM in a format that involves students more as on-air personalities and producers.

  • Support the "School that Works"

    Help guarantee that students are able to experience all that EVIT has to offer as they prepare for college and/or a career with a tax credit donation of up to $400 dollars.

  • Your future in the automotive industry starts at EVIT

    Turn your passion into a great paying job in Automotive Technologies, Diesel/Heavy Equipment or Collision Repair & Custom Painting. Find out which program is right for you!

  • New partnership trains students for futures in early childhood

    Bridges Preschool offers professional preschool programs to the public in close collaboration with EVIT Early Childhood Education. To enroll or for more info call Bridges at (480) 834-0003.   

Campus News

  • Sunday, April 20, 2014

    Enrollment at EVIT under way for 2014-15

    It's time to register for the 2014-15 school year at EVIT. More than 30 different programs are tuition-free for high school students and tuition-based for adults with financial aid available. EVIT prepares you for college, careers and life.

  • Tuesday, April 15, 2014

    EVIT Insider - Apr. 2014

    Read this month's newsletter featuring program highlights, accomplishments and photos of EVIT events and programs.

  • Monday, April 14, 2014

    Earth, wind, fire, water featured in EVIT Fashion Show

    Designs in the 2014 EVIT Fashion Show -- 6 p.m., Thursday, April 17 -- will be based on the elements of earth, wind, fire and water. Tickets are still available. Call (480) 461-4141.

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