For general academic advising or career assistance contact the Student Services at 226-4323.
Class cancellations will be announced on local radio, CCC homepage www.coconino.edu and main phone number 928-527-1222. This includes snow and other weather or emergency situations.
Only registered CCC students are permitted to attend classes or use the computer lab; so please do not bring children, friends, or other family members into class or lab. Software may not be brought into the computer labs, copied, or loaded onto the computers.Software installed on CCC
computers may not be copied. To avoid damage to equipment, please do not bring food or drinks into any computer-equipped classroom.
DRUG -FREE COLLEGE
CCC is committed to a drug-free environment. Please refer to
Maps designating emergency/exits for each room are posted on walls in the hallways of our campuses. Please study the appropriate route for your room location. All other issues please contact Security at 226-4304.
Should a student enrolled in a course require accommodations due to a disability in order to complete the requirements of the course, contact the Disability Resources Coordinator at (928) 226-4323.
INFORMATION RESOURCES AND LIBRARY SERVICES
Library services are available at Lone Tree (226-4385), Fourth Street (527-7670) and Page Campus (645-3987). Online research databases, copyright & plagiarism information, research & college study tips workshops & handouts, ask a library question plus additional electronic library resources can be found on our library homepage at www.coconino.edu/library/
Students can get assistance in math, science, business, Spanish English/composition, accounting, statistics, study skills, geography, computer applications, and research. Workshops are conducted by assistants and or computer guided in the Learning Enhancement Center (226-4326), Student Computer Lab (226-4357) on the Lone Tree Campus, or the Learning Support Center on the Fourth Street Campus (526-7670).
TIME SPENT OUTSIDE OF CLASS ON COURSEWORK
For every 1 credit hour spent in class students should expect to spend a minimum of 2 hours outside of class (on homework, reading, test preparation). To successfully complete online courses, students should spend at least 6 hours a week. In addition, computer skills and access are required. Regardless of whether it is in person or online, compressed courses require more time.
FINAL EXAM POLICY
CCC requires mandatory attendancefor final exams or projects. Under no circumstances should students make travel, work, or other plans during the scheduled final exam period.
STUDENT CONCERNS AND
CODE OF CONDUCT
If a student has a concern with an instructor, the procedure is to discuss these concerns with the instructor. If no resolution, contact the instructor's department chair. Behavior that interferes with the orderly functioning of the College, affects an individual's pursuit of education, or disrupts the learning environmentis prohibited. Sanctions include verbal admonitions, a written warning, disciplinary probation, loss of privileges, suspension and expulsion.
Refer to the Student Handbook at www.coconino.edu/sa/
studentsupport/ for more complete information.
STUDENT RIGHT TO KNOW/
Federal regulations require colleges to provide information about the school and financial aid to enrolled and prospective students. CCC's consumer information is available at www.coconino.edu/compliances
CCC is committed to a diverse, inclusive and safe environment for all students. For more information about student resources, support, activities, clubs, and advocacy, including referrals to community resources and LBGTQ information, visit: www.coconino.edu/