Apply Now...Two steps to a Brighter future
1. Online Admission
Admission to CCC is done online. Click on 'Online Admission' above to begin the process. CCC is open to any person for regular, special or non-credit admission. Use the following Admission Level codes to select the one Admission Level which best describes you this semester.
RE (Regular Student): High School graduate, GED Completer, Transfer Student.
SP (Special Student): Non-high school graduate or non-GED recipient. Applicants with status "SP" are limited to 6 credit hours; high school advisor and parent approval required. Student will need to complete additional paperwork.
NC (Non-credit Student): Non-credit students may only take Community Enrichment courses that are fee based not tuition based.
NOTE: Students need only complete an application if they have not been admitted to CCC or have not taken classes within the past two years.
CCC offers both non-credit and credit courses. Non-credit courses are fee based and credit courses are tuition based. A student's residency status for tuition purposes is determined from information supplied on the college admission application and additional information provided by the student.
CCC participates in the Western Undergraduate Exchange Program. Click here for more information and other participating states. Appeals or questions regarding residency status should be directed to Admissions, Records & Registration.
2. Proposition 300
All students must provide documentation that supports lawful presence in the United States. This component is a result of Proposition 300 that was passed by Arizona voters in November 2006. Acceptable documentation: valid Arizona driver's license or valid Arizona state ID issued after January 1997, valid US Passport; US birth certificate or Certificate of Indian Blood. (Driver's licenses from the following states are ONLY accepted with either a birth certificate or Certificate of Indian Blood: Hawaii, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oregon, Texas, Utah, and Washington.)
Proposition 300 documentation may be submitted by email, dropped off or mailed to our Lone Tree Campus.
Coconino Community College
ATTN: Admissions, Records & Registration
2800 S Lone Tree Rd
Flagstaff AZ 86001
3. Talk to an Advisor
CCC advising can assist you in a degree plan. By understanding where you want to go, choosing your classes will be easier than you ever expected. Click on the title 'Talk to an Advisor' to find out more information.
4. Take Placement Exams
CCC Testing Services offers free placement exams for CCC students. These results give you an idea of your English and Math proficiency. Click on the title 'Take Placement Exams' for more information.
5. View Class Schedule / Check Availability of Classes
The Online Class schedule is the best way to see if classes are full, cancelled, or still open for enrollment. If you live in Coconino County, a paper schedule will be mailed to you prior to the start of the semester. In addition, paper schedules are available at any of our locations. To view the online schedule, click on the title 'View Class Schedule / Check Availability of Classes.'