LBGTQ CCC Student Organization: Kaleidoscope

 

Advisor: Marianne Arini
928-226-5038
Marianne.Arini@coconino.edu

 

Student Life Coordinator
Derik Yellowhair
928-226-4242
Derik.Yellowhair@coconino.edu

 

Director of Student Services
Veronica Hipolito
928-226-4334
Veronica.Hipolito@coconino.edu

 

Office of LBGTQA Resources at Norther Arizona University-CCC Students welcome

 

This is a safe space for students, faculty, staff, and all LGBTQA community members to go, find resources, information, and support.

 

928-523-8511
NAU SBS Building (Blg #70), RM 100H

 

PRISM (NAU Student Organization)
http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=7441705449
928-523-7110


Community Resources:

 

PFLAG Flagstaff
(928) 773-7811
Email: info@pflagflagstaff.org
www.pflagflagstaff.org

 

Health Care: North Country Health Care
928-213-6100
http://www.northcountryhealthcare.org/

 

Counseling: The Guidance Center
(928) 714-5207
http://www.tgcaz.org/index.html


General Sites of Support:

The Passages Program is a federally funded grant program through the Carl D. Perkins grant. The Passages Program provides assistance to eligible Coconino Community College students whom are single parents and/or displaced homemakers. We help guide Passages participants to success in a number of career/technical programs.

Passages Eligibility:

  • Must a be Coconino Community College student
  • Must a be a Single Parent and/or a Displaced Homemaker
  • Must have a declared major of one of the Career/Technical Education Programs
    • (Limited space available, based on funding per year)

Passages Services:

  • Partial funding for childcare
  • Academic advising
  • Textbook loan
  • Supportive services

Passages Goal:

  • To provide supportive assistances for student retention

How to apply:

  1. Complete Passages Program application
  2. Make appointment with Passages Coordinator
  3. Interview and Application Approval
  4. Receive Passages Services

For more information please contact Derik Yellowhair

S.T.A.R.T. Achieving!

Student Transitions & Academic Readiness Training

 

Student Transitions And Academic Readiness Training (S.T.A.R.T.) is a program designed to support students in the achievement of their educational goals. S.T.A.R.T. participants recieve training in areas needed to navigate college with confidence and skills to help with a successful transition into a career or a four-year university.

 

What Are The Benefits Of Participation?

  • Develop the skills needed to navigate college operations (registering for classes, using college technology, etc.)
  • Enhance leadership skills and find out about student involvement opportunities
  • Professional development and job search preparation
  • Prepare for transfer to a university
  • Students who participate in at least four workshops during an academic year will receive a certificate to include with your portfolio and will participate in a recognition ceremony at the end of the spring term

Here Are A Few Of The Topics Covered In Training

  • S.T.A.R.T. Learning: Study Skills, Test Preparation, Library Services
  • S.T.A.R.T. A Career: Resume Building, Career Exploration
  • S.T.A.R.T. Computing: Registering Online, CCC Technology, Navigating Online Classes
  • S.T.A.R.T. Connecting: Student Clubs, TRiO, Veteran's Services
  • S.T.A.R.T. Planning: Registering For Classes, Financial Aid, Scholarships, Transferring
  • New topics are always being added. Check the calendar frequently to find a topic that interests you!

Are You Interested In Facilitating A Workshop?

If you are a faculty or staff member interested in facilitating a workshop fill out the call for presenters form and return it to Nichole.Gregory@coconino.edu

 

Facilitating a Workshop? Please use the following materials:

 

For More Information Contact:
Student Services Reception
928-226-4323
Reception@Coconino.Edu

New Student Orientation provides you with a foundation of skills needed to get a good start on your college education. Topics covered include:

  • Connections to campus services
  • Campus tour
  • College technology (college ID/login, email, student information system, online course management system, etc.)
  • Planning for success
  • Financial planning

 

 

Students new to CCC are invited to attend one of the following in-person sessions before the start of the Spring 2016 term. Orientation is the first START session that students can attend each academic year. Participation in 4 workshops each semester earns students a certificate of completion and a t-shirt. For more information please visit the START program.

 

 

Spring Orientation @ Lone Tree Campus

Day Month

Time

Room
Tuesday January 12th 2pm - 5pm 108
Thursday January 14th 9am - 12pm 108
Friday January 15th 2pm - 5pm 108

 

To register:

 

Fill out the following registration form. Save it to your computer and email it to reception@coconino.edu or fax it to (928) 226-4103.

 

Spring 2016 New Student Orientation Registration Form

 

Questions about Orientation?


Contact Student Services Reception at (928) 226-4323 or reception@coconino.edu 

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