Academic Advising is available through the office of Student Services and is also provided by faculty. Academic & Career Advisors can assist with educational and career goal clarification, assist with schedule building and provide information on degrees and certificates offered by the college. Visit https://www.coconino.edu/advising to learn more about advising services and to make an appointment with an advisor.
Coconino Community College Career Services provides students with assistance in career/major exploration, resume building, interviewing skills, job search strategies, and job application assistance. As a CCC student, you can register with Pipeline AZ to explore career paths in high demand industries, learn about skills and training programs, and find jobs from Arizona employers that are currently hiring. This technology platform allows you to create and manage your resume and receive job matches directly to you. To learn more about Pipeline AZ and to register: https://coconino.pipelineaz.com/
Internships can be a great part of each student’s experience at CCC. Some programs have internships built into the program of study. If you want more information about these choices, please contact the dean who oversees the program you are looking at.
The CARE program provides faculty and staff with resources and trainings to support students and colleagues. CARE enables employees and students to report behaviors that may raise a concern about a student and/or employee behavior as well as incidents of misconduct. CARE also allows employees and students to notify Student Affairs and Human Resources of individuals who may need assistance with support services and behavioral health resources. For additional information: https://www.coconino.edu/care
Your education is one of the best investments you can make. CCC’s experienced instructors, excellent student-to-teacher ratios, and wide selection of associate degree programs can give you an excellent start toward your four-year degree at a fraction of the cost.
Once you’ve earned your degree with us, you can transfer to a four-year university through one of our transfer programs and partnerships. CCC has academic partnerships with Northern Arizona University, Arizona State University, the University of Arizona and Grand Canyon University.
If you are planning to transfer to four-year institution after CCC, you are required to meet with a transfer advisor early in your program so that the advisor can work with you to develop a timeline and coursework outline to facilitate your transfer. For additional infromation: https://www.coconino.edu/ccc2university
Location: Student Center, Lone Tree Campus, Building 1,
Flagstaff Webpage: https://nau.edu/ccc2nau
- Tailored academic advising across two institutions
- Transfer pathways indicating courses that can be taken at CCC
- Access to clubs, student organizations, athletics, and university events
- Options to live on NAU’s campus, purchase a meal plan and pay for an NAU recreation center membership
- Seamless transition and transfer of credits from cross-trained advisors
- Attainment of both an associate and a bachelor’s degree
- Scholarships for 2NAU students at both CCC and NAU
Plan your transfer path to ASU. Get started with MyPath2ASU, explore ASU degree programs, and search MyPath2ASU majors. Utilize customized tools and get access to resources to help you navigate your transfer experience. For additional information: https://admission.asu.edu/transfer/MyPath2ASU
University of Arizona Transfer
Pathways to the UA. View your specific pathway by choosing a UA degree to get started on a seamless transition from a community college. For additional information: https://www.coconino.edu/transferring
DISABILITY RESOURCES (DR)
CCC is committed to providing college-wide educational support and assistance for students with documented disabilities. Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act requires that all CCC College programs, services, and facilities be accessible to individuals with disabilities except where the action necessary to achieve accessibility would result in a fundamental alteration of the program or would impose an undue burden. Disability Resources works closely with other college departments and community agencies to enhance and support your educational choices. All efforts will be made to promote independence and the highest extent of integration into our learning community.
An individual with a disability is an individual with a documented impairment that substantially limits one or more of that individual’s major life activities. Recognized disabilities include, but are not limited to, mobility impairments, deafness, hard of hearing, blindness, visual impairments, learning disabilities, chronic medical conditions, and psychological disorders.
Services are available for all CCC students who provide the required documentation and meet eligibility standards. Accommodations are established on an individual basis through an interactive process and are tailored to the needs of each student.
If students have a documented disability, they can arrange for accommodations by contacting the office of Disability Resources (DR). Students are encouraged to bring/send in documentation and meet with DR staff as soon as possible upon registering as a CCC student. Upon receipt of appropriate documentation, determination of eligibility as a student with a disability may take up to four weeks. A student may initiate this process at any time. Please visit the Disability Resources website for more detailed information regarding accommodations, documentation guidelines, the registration process, student responsibilities and timelines for accommodations requests.
If you have a documented disability and feel you require accommodations, please contact the Disability Resources office. Please be aware that you must contact the DR office each semester you request accommodations. This should occur at least four weeks before classes start. Without four weeks’ notice, we cannot assure the timely availability of materials or accommodation. Please visit the Disability Resources website for more detailed information: https://www.coconino.edu/disability-resources
FINANCIAL AID, SCHOLARSHIPS, AND VETERANS SERVICES
CCC offers a variety of financial aid and scholarships to full and part-time students. Financial aid includes the Federal Pell Grant, Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG), Federal Work Study (FWS), Federal Direct Stafford Student Loans, and Federal Direct PLUS Loans for parents, CCC Grant, CCC Retention Grant and CCC Scholarships. In order to apply for these types of Financial Aid, students are required to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) which is located online at https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/fafsa. CCC is approved to train students under government educational programs for veterans and eligible dependents of deceased or disabled veterans. CCC has numerous scholarships available every year. Applications are usually accepted from late December to mid-March for the following academic year. Depending on the organization providing the scholarship, applications are reviewed based on need, academic achievement, and/or community involvement in various areas. Some CCC scholarships, waivers and grants are funded in part or in whole with Arizona state monies. These funds are governed by Arizona State laws. A person who is not a citizen of the United States, who is without lawful immigration status, and who is enrolled as a student at any university under the jurisdiction of the Arizona Board of Regents, or at any community college under the jurisdiction of a community college district in this state is not entitled to tuition waivers, fee waivers, grants, scholarship assistance, financial aid, tuition assistance or any other type of financial assistance that is subsidized or paid in whole or in part with state monies. Please contact Financial Aid and Veteran Services at email@example.com for more information.
Federal Work Study
Federal Work Study (FWS) is an exciting opportunity available to students who show financial need as determined by the FAFSA. FWS jobs are listed on our website. Students interested in FWS must complete the FAFSA at https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/fafsa and complete an application for employment on-line at https://www.coconino.edu/types-of-aid/federal-work-study. The Office of Student Financial Aid will then determine the student’s eligibility for FWS. CCC offices and community service agencies will review applications and contact students directly based on the skills and information listed on the application. FWS encourages community service work and work related to the student’s course of study. When completing the FAFSA for the next academic year, students exclude FWS earnings from their earned income. FWS earnings are considered financial aid and are not included in the calculation of EFC which can help some students qualify for more need-based financial aid in subsequent years.
Please contact the Office of Student Financial Aid at 928-226-4219 for more information.
Educational Opportunity Center (EOC) at Northern Arizona University
It can be hard trying to figure out the right steps to go to school. The Educational Opportunity Center helps students learn about these steps. The program helps students who want to go to CCC. It can also help students who want to go to school outside of Arizona. The program has information about schools throughout the United States. The program also helps students with admissions and financial aid at CCC. EOC staff are located at the CCC Fourth Street Campus and Lone Tree Campus Student Center.
HS2CCC - HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAMS
High School Programs Website: https://www.coconino.edu/hs2ccc Coconino Community College’s HS2CCC programs prepare high school students to think critically, solve problems, ask questions, and connect to meaningful educational pathways. Students can earn college credit for courses, earn credit towards their college degree while still in high school, and prepare for a certificate, degree, or career after high school graduation. Visit the website to learn about CAVIAT Concurrent Enrollment, and Dual Enrollment programs and this exciting opportunity!
CAVIAT Co-Enrollment Programs
The Coconino Association for Vocations and Technology (CAVIAT) has partnered with CCC and Flagstaff Unified School District schools to provide co-enrollment classes for high school juniors and seniors at no cost to students. The CAVIAT Co-Enrollment programs are two-year programs designed for high school juniors. Coconino Community College offers CAVIAT Co-enrollment Programs in:
- Administration of Justice
- Certified Nursing Assistant
- Computer Software Technology
- Construction Technology
- Early Childhood Education
- Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
- Environmental Technology: Alternative Energy
- Hotel and Restaurant Management
- Medical Assistant
- Pre-Health Careers
For additional information: https://www.coconino.edu/hs2ccc#caviat
Concurrent enrollment allows you to participate in the college experience while still in high school by taking regular college courses on the CCC campus or online.
Dual Enrollment Program
High school students can earn community college credit for taking specific high school dual enrollment courses. High school students not only earn college and high school credit simultaneously, they also save money on college tuition, reduce college completion time, and eliminate duplication of coursework during their freshmen year of college. Coconino Community College currently works with the following high schools:
- Coconino High School
- Flagstaff Arts & Leadership Academy
- Flagstaff High School
- Fredonia High School
- Ganado High School
- Grand Canyon High School
- Greyhills Academy High School
- Northland Preparatory Academy
- Page High School
- Ponderosa High School
- Tuba City High School
- Williams High School
For additional information: https://www.coconino.edu/hs2ccc#dual-enrollment
STUDENT ACTIVITIES AND CAMPUS LIFE
Students can get involved with the campus community through activities sponsored by the College and through participation in student organizations. Students are also represented on college council, student government, and can participate in monthly student forums. Students interested in starting new clubs or organizations should contact the Student Life Office. For additional information: https://www.coconino.edu/student-life
- Coordinates student clubs and organizations
- Regular student forums
- Student Government and representation on committees
- Community referrals
Student clubs and organizations
- Anime Club
- Anthropology Club
- Associated Student Body (Student Government)
- American Sign Language Club
- Associated LAtino Student Club
- Clay Club
- Games Club
- Native American Student Association
- National Society of Leadership & Success
- Kaleidoscope Alliance
- Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society
- Outdoor Club
- Science Club
- Veterans Student Association
National Society of Leadership and Success
The NSLS is an organization that provides a life-changing leadership program that helps students achieve personal growth, career success and empowers them to have a positive impact in their communities. For additional information: https://www.nsls.org/
Phi Theta Kappa
Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society was founded for community colleges in 1918. Since that time, it has become the largest and one of the most prestigious honor societies in higher education. Nationwide, over $37 million in scholarship opportunities are available to members.
The CCC Beta Gamma Chi chapter recognizes and encourages scholarship by providing the opportunity for the development of leadership and service, an intellectual climate for exchange of ideas and ideals, lively fellowship for scholars, and stimulation of interest in continuing academic excellence. New members are inducted each fall and spring semesters. Requirements for membership include a 3.5 overall GPA in at least 12 (degree level) credit hours earned at CCC.
TRIO STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES PROGRAM
Location: Student Center, Lone Tree Campus, Room 106, Flagstaff & online services
Who is eligible?
- First generation college students
- Low-income students
- Students with documented disabilities
- Academic & Career Advising
- Study Skills Workshops
- Transfer assistance
- Financial Aid assistance
- Career exploration and resume asssitance
- Financial Literacy Education
Coconino Community College provides direct support to students outside of the classroom in Math, Writing, Reading, Sciences, Business, Humanities, Social Sciences, Spanish, ASL, Computer Information Services and more. These services are funded by CCC, which means no cost to the individual student. This support is provided in many ways:
- Tutoring Services: direct 1:1 drop-in, and online tutoring support is provided in Student Services by a team of highly qualified and motivated tutors who are familiar with the specific course materials employed at CCC. (Limited appointment based tutoring sessions are also available).
- Group Study Sessions: Tutors also may conduct group study sessions for a given subject or students can reserve a study room to conduct their own group study sessions.
- Workshops: open to all students offer reinforcement of good study habits as well as skills needed to be successful in their courses. For example, a How to Use Your Graphing Calculator workshop is offered a few times a semester.
- Review Sessions: are offered during important times in the semester for various subjects.
- Study Resources for Use on Site: graphing calculators; geology rock and mineral samples; boxes of bones and muscle models for anatomy classes; a language lab for language courses; and protractors, compasses, rulers, etc. for math classes.
For additional information: https://www.coconino.edu/tutoring
Locations: Fourth Street Campus, Page Center, Tuba City Public Library, Village of Supai
Adult Education GED and HSE prep classes (ABE) are currently offered in Flagstaff, Page, Tuba City, and the Village of Supai. English language classes (ELAA) are offered in Flagstaff. Classes are open to all who are at least 16 years old and lawfully present in the US. We also offer virtual and distance learning options for students in rural areas or with other barriers to attending classes.
Purchase of textbooks and supplies are available at our Lone Tree campus bookstore. Bookstore hours are available online at https://www.bkstr.com/coconinoccstore/store-info-contact-us. Please check the website for the most current information. Distance learners may acquire textbook services on-line or by phone at 928-226-4360. The CCC Bookstore offers free FedEx ground shipping to all Arizona residents (Sorry, no PO boxes please).
Used books go fast so make plans to order them soon!
RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS (ROTC)
Through an arrangement with Northern Arizona University (NAU), CCC students in Flagstaff can take freshmen and sophomore-year classes in ROTC. The goal of the ROTC classes is to provide a foundation of military knowledge and skills needed by junior officers in the military. These classes provide Army or Air Force ROTC basic course credit to students intended to enroll in or continue their participation in either Army or Air Force ROTC classes at Northern Arizona University or other universities hosting Army and/or Air Force ROTC programs. Students can register for these classes at CCC and take the courses at NAU. For further information, contact Army ROTC 928-523-8658 or Air Force ROTC 928-523-5371.