respond ▪ educate ▪ assess ▪ collaborate ▪ healthy

 

REACH Committee: The REACH committee will maintain a list of community resources; coordinate and monitor referral operations, maintain policy and procedure, identify and coordinate educational needs of the College.

 

Student Behavior Assessment Team:

Will respond to reports of individuals of concern, works with, supports, and connects individuals-of-concern to resources as necessary, identifies educational and response strategies, follows up with individuals-of-concern.

Employee Response:

HR Director will respond to reports of individuals of concern, works with, supports, and connects individuals-of-concern to resources as necessary, identifies educational and response strategies, follows up with individuals-of-concern.

 

To fill out a REACH incident report, please choose one of the options below:

 Reach Web Form

 Reach PDF Form

 

A Community Approach to Care
County Resources College Resources
  • County Health Regional Group
  • Terros
  • The Guidance Center
  • NACA (suicide prevention); traditional medicine
  • North Country Health Care (Resource Database)
  • Department of Economic Security
  • NAU Counseling Services
  • Flagstaff Medical Center
  • Many others

For a PDF resource list with contact details please view the Flagstaff Outpatient Counseling list.

  • Human Resources
  • Student Development
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Student Behavior Assessment Team
  • REACH

 

Preventative Actions & Appropriate Response
Employee Training Address Root Causes Psychoeducation & Health Literacy

•How to identify concerns, how to respond, where to refer

•Response team training

•Connect students & employees to community social & support services

•Identify needs that can be met on campus (i.e. food pantry, transportation)

•Online training

•In-person workshops & activities

Short-term Care Long-term Care Crisis

•Community Referrals (TGC, Southwest Behavioral Health, NACA, etc.)

•NAU Counseling Services (CCC2NAU students only)

•Employee Assistance Program

•Referral

•Terros: 24/7 services, available by phone or in-person response, transportation to FMC if needed

•The Guidance Center: 24/7 availability, assists with AHCCCS application

 

Crisis Leaders

HR Director, Dean of Student Development, Security Manager and designees

Policy, procedure, legal issues, liability and regulations

 

Response and Assessment Teams

Procedure and regulations

De-escalation, referral and follow up

 

All Employees & Students

General resources, identify concerns, how to respond

Process for referral to REACH

Community & College Resources

Safe Colleges

 

Student Development Reception Staff
Welcome to Student Development.  


Find out how we can support your personal growth and help you expand your academic and professional skills during your time at CCC.
Take advantage of the many programs, workshop, student clubs and activities available to you. Participating in these will lead to a full and rewarding experience as a student, perhaps as a student leader, and most definitely as a member of the community that is Coconino Community College.

 

For more information on the resources and growth opportunities available to all CCC students, please explore the links on this page.

Welcome to Tutoring Services.
 

Work one-on-one with our tutoring staff during scheduled tutoring hours.

Also take advantage of
smarthinking an online tutoring service available 24 hours each day, 7 days a week!

 

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To Enroll into Smarthinking please visit smarthinking self-enrollment.

Already enrolled? Go directly to Canvas and login to your course.

Welcome to the Coconino Community College tutoring information page. Tutoring services are headquartered at the Lone Tree  campus, in the Student Center. All students enrolled in CCC classes may utilize the tutoring services free of charge. We have drop-in tutoring as well as a few appointments. Click on the Tutors Schedule below to see when tutoring is available for the subjects your need support in.

 

Tutoring Walk-in Hours - Spring 2018

 

 

CCC’s tutor training program has been certified by the College Reading and Learning Association.

 

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What is Career Services?

Coconino Community College Career Services provides students with assistance in career/major exploration, resume building, interviewing skills, job search strategies and job application assistance.

 

Where are we located? 

The Career Services office is located at the Lone Tree campus in the Student Center, Room 118. Students are welcome to stop in or make an appointment at the student center desk or by calling 928-226-4323. 

Brian Francis

Academic Advising & Career Planning Director
Coconino Community College
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   928-226-4337
   928-226-4103

 

Career Development Resources:

 

Subcategories

Accuplacer Math Course Placement Criteria

         Elementary            Algebra        Score Range

   College Level Math  Score Range

                CCC Course               Placement 

  Liberal Arts Business STEM   

< 36

 

 

 

MAT 088

36 - 60

 

 

 

MAT 091   

61 - 120

 

 

 

Take the College Level Math exam

 

20 - 39

         

    

MAT 097 or  MAT 140

 

40 - 69

      

 

MAT 142

 

 

20 - 44

20 - 49

MAT 097

 

 

45 - 69

 

MAT 151

 

 

 

50 - 69

MAT 187

 

70 - 120

70 - 120

70 - 120

 MAT 160, MAT 172, MAT 211,
MAT 220  (major dependant)

           
Accuplacer English Course Placement Criteria
Reading Comprehension        Sentence Skills         (Not commonly used) Writerplacer Score Range                    CCC Course                   Placement
30 - 40 20 - 50 1-2 ENG 095
41 - 75     RDG 099
  51 - 78 3-4 ENG 100
76 - 120  79 - 120 5-8 ENG 101
           
ACT/SAT English Course Placement Criteria
ACT          SAT - Prior to          March 2016 SAT  - March 2016 to Present                    CCC Course                                          Placement
20+ 420+ 460+ ENG 101
           
ACT/SAT Math Course Placement Criteria
ACT      SAT - Prior to     March 2016 SAT  - March 2016 to Present                    CCC Course                                          Placement
< 15 < 330 <370 MAT 088
15 - 16 330 - 400 370 - 440 MAT 091
17 - 20 410 - 520 450 - 550  MAT 097, MAT 140
21 - 24 530 - 600 560 - 620 MAT 142, MAT 151, MAT 187
25 - 26 610 - 640 630 - 660 MAT 160, MAT 172, MAT 211
>= 27 >= 650 >=670 MAT 220