According to Yavapai College Verde Valley Board Advisory Committee Chairman Paul Chevalier, Verde Valley Campus Dean James Perey is looking to make a potentially career-defining move at Yavapai College Sedona Center. “Perey is committed to this — he’s on the line for it,” Chevalier said of the upcoming two-year remodeling of Sedona Center.
But in recent years, the college has made strides to offer more courses at the Sedona campus and will continue to do so, said Verde Valley Campus Dean James Perey, who spoke to the Sedona City Council on Tuesday, Nov. 28.
However, she demurred on the issue of whether administrators of the Verde Valley campus must live on this side of the mountains — current Verde Valley Campus Dean James Perey commutes in from Chino Valley. “Yavapai College’s mission is to serve the entirety of Yavapai County.