Academic Advising

Members of the academic advising staff

Welcome to Academic Advising.
Your success is our mission!

In order to succeed in achieving your educational and life goals, you need a plan. Academic Advisors help you to create an academic plan. They can also help you with many aspects of your education, including degree and course selection, transfer planning, career exploration and financial aid/scholarship deadlines. It is recommended you meet with an advisor each semester to ensure you meet your goals in the most efficient way possible.

Four Ways to Meet an Academic Advisor

1. Appointments 

Students can call the Student Development reception desk at 928-226-4323 to schedule an appointment with an academic advisor.  Please bring unofficial transcripts from all past colleges/universities attended.
2. Starfish Appointments

Continuing students can log into their MyCCC account and schedule an appointment through Starfish. View our  Directions PDF for how to schedule an appointment.
3. Walk-in Advising

Students are also welcome to walk in to the Student Services Office located on the Lone Tree campus during the hours below.
- Fall & Spring Term: Monday - Friday, 12:30 - 4:30 p.m.
- Summer Session: Monday - Thursday, 12:30 - 4:30 p.m.
4. Phone Advising

On occasion, newly admitted and continuing CCC students need a phone appointment. Requests will be approved only under specific circumstances and are reserved for students that are located 60 miles or more from the CCC Lone Tree Campus. Phone appointments may not always be available based on advisors’ schedules and peak times. To get started, visit our Phone Advising Request Form. You will be asked to sign in with your Comet ID and password.

Contact Information

Questions / Contact Form

Contact Student Development, located at the Lone Tree campus, for academic advising, placement testing, and all other academic support services and programs.
 
Phone: 928-226-4323
Fax: 928-226-4103
2800 S. Lone Tree Road
Flagstaff, AZ 86005
You may also  Contact us here if you have an advising question.