Academic Advising

Academic Advisors at CCC are here to support your academic progress and stand ready to meet with you by Zoom and via email. In compliance to meet safety measures by minimizing exposure and maintaining the safety of our students and employees, it is recommended to meet with a CCC advisor in a 60-minute private Zoom meeting. In this appointment, advisors will assist you with class registration that matches your intended pathway to meet degree requirements and long-term career goals. We are looking forward to meeting you!

Select an Advising Header below to Schedule Appointment:

View the New Student Checklist and complete the online Admissions Application prior to scheduling an initial Zoom appointment to speak with a CCC advisor. Online Drop-in Advising is available on Mondays and Tuesdays from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.

Familiarize the CCC2NAU program checklist and complete the online program application on the CCC2NAU page.

Visit the TRIO page to view program eligibility and complete an online application and Income Verification Form to receive student support services.

Visit the Disability Resources page to view more information, eligibility criteria, and to formally request accommodations every semester.

Receive assistance and guidance to complete and submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to open opportunities to receive grants, scholarships, and/or student loans. Visit the Financial Aid page for general information.

For general advising questions submit an Advising Contact Form. Prior to filling out a contact form, please review the Advising FAQs. Allow at least 24 hours for response time.


Advising Resources:

Advising Frequently Asked Questions

Who is my advisor?

CCC assigns you to specific advisors once you register for classes. We have two sets of advisors based on your plan. The first set of advisors are regular CCC Academic advisors. The second set of advisors are with CCC2NAU, for CCC students participating in their program. Some advisors are only available on certain days. Visit the Academic Advising page or call the Student Affairs reception at 928-226-4323 to schedule an appointment with your assigned advisor. 

*CCC2NAU does not apply to current NAU students, current NAU students can schedule with the regular CCC Academic advisors.

Why is advising important?

Advising helps you connect to your educational journey, make informed decisions, and feel confident about your major and academic progress. We find that students who develop a supportive relationship with an advisor do very well at CCC and are able to build skills they will need after they leave CCC. You and your advisor are a team. Advisors are here to support you and provide a personalized connection. In turn, we ask that you do your best to be proactive, responsible, and responsive to our communications if we are concerned about you.

Can my advisor tell me what classes I place into?

Yes, an advisor can help determine the most accurate placement and course selection for you. Students are strongly encouraged to schedule an appointment with an advisor to address additional questions and concerns relating to self-placement and other placement measures. View our Schedule an Advising Appointment page to schedule an advising appointment.

Due to the impacts of COVID-19, Coconino Community College is temporarily suspending placement requirements for Summer & Fall 2020 only. Starting the week of May 4th, students will be able to sign up for any summer term class that has a placement testing requirement, even if you haven't taken the ACT, SAT, or Accuplacer. In other words, the placement test requirement has been waived. 

As a student, it is important for you to make informed and wise self-placement decisions. Inappropriate self-placement decisions may affect the time it takes you to complete your certificate or degree and may impact your ability to receive financial aid and/or scholarships. For additional information about self-placement and other placement measures visit our Course Placement page for the most recent updates.

This is my second term. Can my advisor choose all my classes and register for me?

No, your advisor will not pick out your classes or enroll you. However, if you make time to contact them, they will offer their input. Using your DegreeWorks is a big part of understanding your degree requirements. Students should be able to understand their degree requirements and add their own classes by their second term. View our Student Guide to DegreeWorks for information on how to navigate the degree-auditing and tracking tool. Schedule an appointment if you are still not sure of how to do this.

How many times do I need to see my advisor?

In the beginning, it is recommended you see your advisor well before the start of each term. Advising frequency is based on your needs. When you get more comfortable and confident in understanding your degree and expectations, you can opt for a quick check-in with your advisor through email. But, if you have a lot of questions or need extra support to plan and understand your courses, always schedule an appointment. Another reason for more frequent advising would be to discuss academic difficulty or problems understanding a policy. Visit our Academic Advising page to see what advising type fits your needs. Sometimes, coming to drop-in, phone, or emailing is all you need.

I’m just taking classes at CCC so I can transfer to NAU. Is there anyone that can help me make sure I am taking what I should be taking?

Yes. If you plan to attend NAU and haven't attended NAU for the last two years, then joining the CCC2NAU program is a great option. They offer detailed advising to align with your bachelor’s degree plan at NAU. Familiarize yourself with the program and the next steps on their website.

*Note that CCC2NAU students must see their CCC2NAU advisors to stay on track and should always schedule an appointment.

What if I don’t want to go to NAU but somewhere else in the state of Arizona?

CCC has academic partnerships with Arizona State University, the University of Arizona, and Grand Canyon University. Students intending to transfer to another institution other than Northern Arizona University in the state of Arizona must meet with an academic advisor, specifically with Sonjia Jones. It is highly recommended you schedule a transfer planning appointment to learn about the resources available to prepare you for an easy transition from CCC to the university of your choosing. To get the most out of your advising appointment, you will need to know what major you plan to pursue and what term you are thinking of transferring. Most colleges recommend that you plan a year in advance. Transfer colleges visit CCC each term. CCC also hosts a transfer fair every year. For more information relating to CCC's academic partnership programs, visit the Transferring to Another Institution page.

I’m already an NAU student and I had academic difficulty. I heard I can take classes at CCC and then go back to NAU. What should I do first?

First and foremost, you are responsible for meeting with your NAU advisor within your college and forming a plan ahead of time. This means understanding the NAU policies that apply to your situation, looking up what courses will transfer back to NAU, and identifying courses that will help you the most. Please plan ahead. Once you have met your NAU advisor and have this information, you are then ready to schedule your advising appointment at CCC. When you come to your appointment, please be ready with copies of your unofficial transcripts and the NAU advisor’s course recommendations. Please do not use drop-in advising for this type of help as it takes considerable time.

Can an advisor help me figure out what major or career is best for me?

We can help you with starting the research but ultimately, it’s up to you to decide once you evaluate what your strengths and interests are. CCC has on-site Career Services. Choosing a major and or occupation is a process that will take time. If you feel like you need additional help, start with reviewing our list of Degrees and Certificates and write down what sounds interesting to you. Then, visit our Academic Advising page to schedule an appointment with a Career advisor. Don’t be hard on yourself, it takes time for students to choose and that’s okay. Starting a notebook with questions is helpful for the Career advisor.

Who can help me with my FAFSA? I know what I need to do to complete this for financial aid but I’m afraid I might make a mistake.

CCC houses two staff members from NAU’s Educational Opportunity Centers that can assist and/or guide you with completing and submitting your FAFSA. You can meet with them at the Lone Tree Campus or the Fourth Street Campus. Please call ahead to check for current availability at the Lone Tree Campus with Taylor Harvey at 928-226-4302, or the Fourth Street Campus with Terri Beeson at 928-526-7602. You can also schedule a 30-minute FAFSA Consultation with Taylor Harvey through her Calendly page. Be prepared with previous tax information and verification of identity information at the time of your appointment.

New Student Checklist (2020 - 2021)

Step 1. Apply for Admission

There is no cost to apply, simply complete the online application on our Apply Now page. Allow up to 24 hours for your admission letter to be sent by email. Residency is a required step of admission

Step 2. Log Into myCCC & Student Email

Read your admission letter for your comet ID and Student ID. Login at myCCC. If you don’t know your Comet ID or password and would like to reset it, please contact the ITS Help Desk at 928-226-4357.


Step 3. Determine Placement in Math and English

Due to the impacts of COVID-19, Coconino Community College is temporarily suspending placement requirements for Fall 2020. Please review the Course Placement page with your advisor. Students who do not want to self-place may still use other placement measures, such as the ACT, SAT, Accuplacer, prior college credit, high school G.P.A., or GED scores to place into classes.

Step 4. Prepare to Pay Tuition

  • Federal Financial Aid (FAFSA)
    • Complete the application: Go to Enter the CCC school code: 031004.
    • Check the status: 7-10 business days after submitting your FAFSA log in to myCCC, select Financial Aid.
    • Complete additional requirements (if required): Follow the links to submit information.
  • Scholarships (Most scholarships require a spring application)
  • Veterans and Dependents of Veterans (928) 226-4309
    • Contact Veteran’s Services regarding all sources of veteran's funding. They can assist with applying for benefits and other helpful resources
  • Self-Pay, Payment Plans


Step 5. Schedule an Advising Appointment & Sign-up for Orientation

After steps 1-4, schedule an online Zoom appointment with an advisor on the Schedule an Advising Appointment page. Zoom appointments meet safety measures by minimizing exposure and maintaining the safety of our students and employees.

Step 6. Parking

All vehicles parked on the Lone Tree Campus or the 4th St. Campus must have a current CCC parking permit located in the proper location. You can purchase your permit online, (your CCC Portal) print out the form, and bring it to the Security counter to be issued your permit. Or purchase your permit at the Student Accounts (cashiers) who can also issue you your permit.

Step 7. Student IDs

Visit the Campus Security desk at Lone Tree or 4th Street to obtain a CCC student ID. IDs are free for new students and $5 to replace a lost card. To receive a card, students must be registered in the current term and have made payment arrangements.


Additional Information

Residency and Transcripts

Residency Requirements & Proposition 300 Requirements

  • Documentation for both Arizona residency and U.S. citizenship MUST be provided to the Registration and Enrollment Services Office.
  • Degree-seeking transfer students must send official transcripts to CCC registration.

Registration and Enrollment Services
2800 S. Lone Tree Rd., Flagstaff, AZ 86005
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Phone: 928-226-4299
Fax: 928-226-4033
International students may contact Registration and Enrollment Services at the above number to confirm admission requirements.

Payment Process After Enrollment

Visit the Student Accounts desk at Lone Tree, Registration and Enrollment Services at Fourth Street. Or login to myCCC portal to make payment. Payment arrangement by the payment deadline ensures that courses are not removed for non-payment.

Payment Options: All online credit card transactions incur a 2.75% non-refundable fee. If you don't have a financial aid award, visit Financial Aid.

Payment plans can be set-up by logging into your myCCC account, click on Pay Your Bill, then click on "CASHNET – Pay Your Bill or Set-up a payment plan," under Installment Payment Plans, click on enroll in the plan desired.


Helpful Tips
If you plan to attend NAU and haven’t attended NAU in the last 2 years, then joining the CCC2NAU program is a great option.

How to Login to myCCC - Your student portal

You can access the myCCC student portal through the CCC main webpage at the top of the page. Your user ID is your Comet ID, which is made up of a combination of five characters, starting with your first and last initial. First-time users must create their initial password and security information to activate their myCCC student portal. If you do not know your Comet ID or have changed your password and need to have it reset, please contact the CCC ITS Help Desk at 928-226-4357.

How to Add and Drop Classes

  1.  Log into myCCC and click on the Registration link under the QuickLaunch Navigation box in the middle of the page. The program will then have you log into Self Service for Banner.

    Both of these systems use the same log-in information. Your ID is your Comet ID, which should begin with your first and last initial. First-time users must create their initial password and security information to activate their myCCC student portal. If you have changed your password from the default and need it to be reset, please contact the CCC ITS Help Desk at 928-226-4357.
  2. Select the Term for which you want to Add/Drop a class and click Submit.


To Drop a Course, or to add a course if you know the Course CRN:

  1. Select Register/Add/Drop Classes
  2. To Drop a Class: All classes that you are currently registered to take will be listed under the Current Schedule. From the drop-down menu under Action, select the option Web Drop/Delete
  3. To Add a Class: Enter the CRN in the fields at the bottom of the page
  4. Once you have added and dropped the courses you want to change, click Submit Changes


To add a course if you do not know the Course CRN:

  1. Select Look-Up Classes to Add and select the Term for which you want to Add/Drop a class and click Submit
  2. Choose the Subject and click Course Search
  3. Choose the Class by clicking View Sections. If the class you are hoping to add is not listed here, then it is not being offered in the semester you are searching.
  4. Find the section of the course that you would like to add and select the checkbox next to it on the far left. If no checkbox appears, then that course is closed or unavailable.
  5. Click Register to register for the course.
    1. If you are adding multiple courses at one time, you may click Add to Worksheet instead of Register. From this new page, you can select Class Search to continue searching for and adding courses to the worksheet. Once you have added all the courses you want to register for to the worksheet, you can click Submit Changes and you will be registered in all the courses listed on the worksheet.


A note about Adding Courses: Once you have registered for a course, you are expected to pay your tuition, or to set up a payment plan for tuition, within 24 hours of registration. Students who have not made their necessary tuition payment may be dropped from their classes, per the drop schedule on the Cashier’s page. Students who are automatically dropped from a course for non-payment will receive email notification of the drop.

A note about Dropping Courses: Students receiving Financial Aid should speak to Financial Aid prior to dropping any course. The change in credit hours may affect your Financial Aid disbursal or may cause you to owe money back from already disbursed funds.

How to Add Courses via Add Form

You must use Adobe Reader or Acrobat to digitally sign the Add-Drop form. Please download the form and use Adobe to submit with a digital signature. When complete you may securely upload the Add-Drop form along with your unofficial transcripts to the Registration and Enrollment Services office through our Secure Upload System. Read the instructions below to upload the necessary documents for enrollment.

Step 1. Meet with an advisor
Prior to digitally filling and signing an Add-Drop form, students are highly encouraged to speak with an advisor to review previously earned credits to determine proper course placement. Visit the Advising page to schedule an appointment with an Academic Advisor. If you are signing up for a course that requires a pre-requisite that you took at another institution (and the official transcripts has not been sent to CCC and evaluated), an advisor will need to sign off to indicate that you have completed the correct pre-requisite.

Step 2. Download and Complete Add/Drop Form
View our  Add-Drop Form or visit the Registration Forms page to download.

Location of Add-Drop form circled in red on the Registration and Enrollment Services page

Open the fillable form using Adobe Reader or Acrobat to digitally fill and sign. You will need to know the CRN, Course Subject, and Course Number. Search courses being offered on the Course Schedule page.

Red arrows indicate to fill in the CRN, Course Subject, and Course Number column on Add-Drop form

Step 3. Scan PDF Version of Unofficial Transcripts
Students will need to provide an unofficial copy of all previous transcripts to prove that they have met the pre-requisite requirements for Math and English for enrollment. We also strongly recommend students to request their official transcripts to be sent directly to the Registration and Enrollment Services Office, 2800 S. Lone Tree Rd., Flagstaff, AZ 86005 to determine final transfer credit amounts.

For additional information on placement measures, visit our Course Placement page.

Step 4. Upload Add-Drop Form and Unofficial Transcripts through the Secure Upload System
Submit all documents to the Registration and Enrollment Services Office using the Secure Upload System. You will need your myCCC student portal log-in information.

Your user ID is your Comet ID, which is made up of a combination of five characters, starting with your first and last initial. First-time users must create their initial password and security information to activate their myCCC student portal. If you do not know your Comet ID or password and would like to reset it, please contact the ITS Help Desk at 928-226-4357.

Step 5. Confirmation Email sent to the Student Email Address
A confirmation email will be sent to your student email address upon course enrollment. You may check your registration status when you access your MyCCC student portal by clicking the Registration icon in the QuickLaunch navigation box or you may view a detailed schedule list by selecting the Student Schedule icon.


Step 6. Set up a Payment Plan
Within 24 hours of registration, you are expected to pay your tuition or arrange a payment plan to secure your place in a course. Visit the Student Accounts page to view payment options.

Students who have not made their necessary payment arrangements will be automatically dropped from their class, view payment deadlines on the Cashier's page. If dropped from a course, students will receive an email notification to their student email.


How to Change your Major via Change of Major Form

You must use Adobe Reader or Acrobat to digitally sign the Change of Major form. Please download the form and use Adobe to submit with a digital signature. When complete you may securely upload the Change of Major form to the Registration and Enrollment Services office through the Secure Upload System. Read the instructions below to upload the necessary documents for enrollment.

Step 1. Meet with an advisor
Prior to digitally submitting a Change of Major form, students are highly encouraged to speak with an advisor to discuss major options and the academic implications it may have. Visit the Advising page to schedule an appointment with an Academic Advisor.


Step 2. Download and Complete Change of Major Form
View our  Change of Major Form or visit the Registrations Forms page to download.

Location of Change of Major form circled in red on the Registration and Enrollment page

Open the fillable form using Adobe Reader or Acrobat to digitally fill and sign. Please fill all parts that apply and check the declared degree or certificate. Visit the Degrees and Certificates page to view all the degrees and certificates CCC offers.

Red highlight indicates to fill Name, Student ID, Date, check declared major, semester change of major is to take effect, and student signature portion on Change of Major Form

Step 3. Upload Change of Major Form through the Secure Upload System
Submit all documents to the Registration and Enrollment Services office using the Secure Upload System. You will need your myCCC student portal log-in information.

Your user ID is your Comet ID, which is made up of a combination of five characters, starting with your first and last initial. First-time users must create their initial password and security information to activate their myCCC student portal. If you do not know your Comet ID or password and would like to reset it, please contact the ITS Help Desk at 928-226-4357.

Step 4. Confirmation Email sent to the Student Email Address
A confirmation email will be sent to your student email address or to the email address used to submit the Change of Major form via the Secure Upload System. You may check your degree status when you access your myCCC student portal by clicking the Degree Works icon in the QuickLaunch navigation box.

Red circle indicating location of Degree and Program of Study on the Degree Works Student Information Block

DegreeWorks - Your Degree Audit Program

What is DegreeWorks?

DegreeWorks is a web-based, degree-auditing, and tracking tool that enables students and advisors to evaluate academic progress toward graduation in accordance with college and major requirements outlined in the Academic Catalog. This tool, located in your myCCC, allows students to quickly and easily identify which requirements have been satisfied and which requirements are outstanding for the degree or certificate they have declared.


How DegreeWorks Benefits Students

  • Supports real-time delivery of progress toward degree completion
  • Easily determines which courses have been taken or transferred, which count as electives and requirements, and what's outstanding to complete a degree
  • Online environment reduces paperwork and manual degree checklists
  • Confirms your academic standing
  • "What If" feature shows students how progress toward degree completion changes if they add a minor or change majors.


Here is an easy to use Student Guide to DegreeWorks. 

AZ General Education Curriculum - AGEC Explained

Please review the following for information about the AGEC.

Courses listed are from the most recent AGEC course list for Coconino Community College (2020-2021)

Developmental Coursework

Developmental Coursework is remedial coursework that will help a student bring their English and Math skills up to a college level. These courses are not degree‐applicable because the curriculum is not at a college level.

Developmental coursework can be financed through Financial Aid for eligible students.

DEVELOPMENTAL COURSEWORK: This coursework is not applicable towards any degree or certificate at CCC.

ENG 095    Basic Reading & Writing Skills (4) PT
RDG 099    Advanced Reading Improvement (4) ENG 095; PT
ENG 099    Fundamentals of Composition (4) ENG 095; PT
MAT 088    Pre-Algebra (4) PT
MAT 091    Beginning Algebra (4) MAT 088; PT
MAT 097    Intermediate Algebra (4)  *Calculus Prep* MAT 091; PT


Every student is required to take both English 101 or 101A and English 102

ENGLISH COMPOSITION: Complete ENG 101 or 101A and ENG 102.
ENG 101A College Composition I w/Review (5) RDG 099; Writing PT
ENG 101 College Composition I (3) ENG 099; RDG 099; PT
ENG 102 College Composition II (3) ENG 101


Every student is required to take at least 1 college-level math course.  AGEC‐A students are required to have MAT 140 or higher; AGEC‐B and AGEC‐S students are typically required to have MAT 220 or higher:

MATHEMATICS: Select course based on degree.
MAT 140 College Math w/Algebra Review (5) MAT 091; PT
MAT 142 College Mathematics (3) MAT 097; PT
MAT 151 College Algebra (4) MAT 097; PT
MAT 160 Introduction to Statistics (3) College Level Math; PT
MAT 187 Pre-Calculus (5) MAT 097; PT
MAT 211 Business Calculus (4) MAT 151; PT
MAT 220 Calculus & Analytic Geometry I (5) MAT 187; PT
MAT 230 Calculus & Analytic Geometry II (5) MAT 220
MAT 241 Calculus & Analytic Geometry III (4) MAT 230
MAT 261 Differential Equations (4) MAT 230

Arts & Humanities

Every student is required to take 2 classes in the Arts & Humanities. These classes must be from different disciplines, meaning if you take a HUM class from the list, the second class should not be HUM.

ARTS AND HUMANITIES (A/H): Select two courses from different disciplines.
ANT 102EC Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (3)
ART 100 Art Appreciation (3)
ART 201C Art History Prehistoric to 1400 (3) ENG 101
ART 202C Art History 1400 to 2000 (3) ENG 101
ART 221EC Art of the Southwest (3) ENG 101
CPS 100EC Overview of the Colorado Plateau (3)
DAN 201EC Dance History (3)
ENG 139W Introduction to Creative Writing (3) ENG 101; p/c ENG 102
ENG 237ECW Women in Literature (3) ENG 101; p/c ENG 102
ENG 238E Literature of the Southwest (3) ENG101
ENG 270W Creative Writing: Fiction (3) ENG 101; p/c ENG 102
ENG 272W Creative Writing: Nonfiction (3) ENG 101; p/c ENG 102
HUM 205CW Technology & Human Values (3) ENG 101; p/c ENG 102
HUM 235 American Arts and Ideas (3) p/c ENG 101
HUM 241W Humanities I (3) ENG 101; p/c ENG 102
HUM 242CW Humanities II (3) ENG 101; p/c ENG 102
MUS 100 Music Appreciation (3)
MUS 145E Jazz History & Literature (3)
MUS 207E American Popular Music (3)
MUS 240C Music of World Cultures (3)
PHI 101C Introduction to Philosophy (3)
PHI 103 Introduction to Logic (3)
PHI 105E Introduction to Ethics (3)
REL 201C Comparative Religions (3)
REL 204C Asian Religions (3)
THR 101 Introduction to Theatre (3)

Social & Behavioral Sciences

Every student is required to take 2 classes in the Social & Behavioral Sciences. These classes must be from different disciplines, meaning if you take an AJS class, the second class should not be AJS.

SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES (SBS): Select two courses from different disciplines.
AJS 101 Introduction to Administration of Justice (3)
AJS 230 Deviant Behaviors (3)
AJS 280 Criminology (3)
ANT 102EC Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (3)
ANT 103EC Culture and Language (3)
ANT 110 Exploring Archeology (3)
ANT 230EC Peoples of the Southwest (3)
ANT 250ECW Peoples of the World (4) ANT 102/ENG 101; p/c ENG 102
ASL 200C Introduction to the Deaf Community (3)
BUS 214 Legal/Ethical/Reg Issues in Business (3) ENG101
CPS 100EC Overview of the Colorado Plateau (3)
ECN 204 Macroeconomic Principles (3)
ECN 205 Microeconomic Principles (3)
GEO 102C Human Geography (3)
GEO 133C World of Regional Geography (3)
HIS 131EC United States History to 1877 (3)
HIS 132EC United States History from 1877 (3)
HIS 201C Western Civilization to 1660 (3)
HIS 202C Western Civilization from 1660 (3)
HIS 211C World History to 1500 (3)
HIS 212C World History from 1500 (3)
POS 101 Introduction to Politics (3)
POS 110 American National Government (3)
POS 120C Introduction to World Politics (3)
POS 220 Arizona & National Constitution (3)
POS 233CW Global Environmental Politics (3) ENG 101; p/c ENG 102
PSY 101E Introduction to Psychology (3)
PSY 227 Personality Development (3) PSY 101
PSY 236E Psychology of Women (3)
PSY 240 Developmental Psychology (3) PSY 101
PSY 250ECW Social Psychology (4) PSY 101; ENG 101; p/c ENG 102
SOC 101E Introduction to Sociology (3)
SOC 140E Marriage and Family in the United States (3)
SOC 210EW Sociology of Gender (4) SOC 101; ENG 101; p/c ENG 102
SOC 215E Race & Ethnic Relations

Physical & Biological Sciences

Every student is required to take 2 classes in the Physical & Biological Sciences. These classes may be from the same discipline, or from different disciplines. AGEC‐S students may be required to specialize in a certain discipline, such as Physics, Chemistry, or Biology.

ANT 101 Introduction to Physical Anthropology (4)
BIO 100 Biological Concepts (4) ENG 099; PT
BIO 105CW Environmental Biology (4) MAT 091; p/c ENG 102
BIO 109 Natural History of the Southwest (4) MAT 091; ENG 099/ PT
BIO 160 Intro to Anatomy/Physiology (4)
BIO 181 Unity of Life I (4)
BIO 182 Unity of Life II (4)
BIO 201 Human Anatomy & Physiology I (4) BIO 181
BIO 202 Human Anatomy & Physiology II (4) BIO 201
BIO 205 Microbiology (4) BIO 181
CHM 130 Fund. Of Chemistry (4) ENG 099; MAT 097; PT
CHM 151 General Chemistry I (5) MAT 097; PT; CHM 130 (rec)
CHM 152 General Chemistry II (5) CHM 151
GEO 131 Introduction to Physical Geography (4)
GLG 101 Physical Geology (4)
GLG 102 Historical Geology (4) GLG 101
GLG 105 Introduction to Planetary Science (4)
GLG 110 Natural Disasters (4)
GLG 232 Geology of the Colorado Plateau (4)
PHY 111 College Physics I (4) MAT 187; PT
PHY 112 College Physics II (4) PHY 111
PHY 161 University Physics I (4) MAT 220
PHY 180 Introduction to Astronomy (4)
PHY 262 University Physics II (4) PHY 161 p/c MAT 230

AGEC Options/Electives

The AGEC consists of 35‐37 credit hours. Students may have 0‐6 elective credit hours left after completing the above requirements. The remaining elective credits may be chosen from anywhere on the AGEC list (excluding developmental courses). Additional courses that are applicable to the AGEC elective credits are listed under Options:

OPTIONS: May be selected from the above lists and/or from the following to complete 35 AGEC credit hours:
ASL 101 American Sign Language I (4)
ASL 102 American Sign Language II (4) ASL 101
ASL 201 American Sign Language III (4) ASL 102
ASL 202 American Sign Language IV (4) ASL 201
BUS 204W Business Communications (3) ENG 101; p/c ENG 102
BUS 232 Business Statistics and Analysis (3) College Level Math; PT
CIS 120 Introduction to Computer Information Systems (3)
CIS 215 Programming with Python (3)
FRE 101 Beginning French I (4)
FRE 102 Beginning French II (4) FRE 101
GER 101 Beginning German I (4)
GER 102 Beginning German II (4) GER 101
ITA 101 Beginning Italian I (4)
ITA 102 Beginning Italian II (4) ITA 101
JPN 101 Beginning Japanese I (4)
JPN 102 Beginning Japanese II (4) JPN 101
NAV 101 Beginning Navajo I (4)
NAV 102 Beginning Navajo II (4) NAV 101
PSY 230 Introduction to Statistics (4) MAT 140 or higher; PT
SPA 101 Beginning Spanish I (4)
SPA 102 Beginning Spanish II (4) SPA 101; PT
SPA 201 Intermediate Spanish I (4) SPA 102; PT
SPA 202 Intermediate Spanish II (4) SPA 201; PT
SPC 100 Fundamentals of Speech Communication (3)

Special Requirements

Students must also meet the Special Requirements for the AGEC. This includes taking at least one course with an emphasis in each of the following areas:
Special Requirements: A complete AGEC includes special requirements. These requirements may be met within the 35+ hours of General Education Core Curriculum. A minimum of two courses must be taken to fulfill the three AGEC Special Requirements listed below:
W ‐ Intensive Writing / Critical Inquiry
E ‐ Ethnic, Race & Gender Awareness
C ‐ Contemporary Global / International or Historical Awareness

Special requirements attached to a course can be found by looking for a small E, C, or W next to a course listing on the AGEC list. For example:
ANT 102EC    Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (3)
ART 100    Art Appreciation (3)


ANT 102 meets the special requirements for both the ‘E’ and the ‘C.’ If a student takes this course, they will still need to take one course with a ‘W’ to meet all their special requirements.

ART 100 is an AGEC class and will apply to the Arts & Humanities, but does not meet any special requirements.

Information about prerequisites and co‐requisites for a course are listed in bold at the end of the course title.

There is a key at the top of the AGEC list to help you:
*Key: PT = Placement Test, P/C = Pre or Co-requisite, REC = Recommended


  • Some programs may specify which courses a student should take from the AGEC for their degree.
  • Any course that is part of a student's Major Coursework is not applicable for AGEC credit toward that degree, regardless of whether the course is also an AGEC eligible course. Please see an academic advisor for specific information about which AGEC courses are required for your degree.
  • AAS degrees contain most of the AGEC, but not the entire curriculum. If you are planning to transfer to another college or university, it is advised that you complete the AGEC prior to transferring.
  • A completed AGEC will transfer as a block of credits to any Arizona public or tribal community college, or state university. If a student transfers before completing the AGEC, the courses will transfer individually and may be applied to the student's degree slightly differently than at the originating school.
  • Completion of the AGEC with a GPA of 2.5 or higher guarantees admission to all three Arizona universities (NAU, ASU, UA).
  • The AGEC list is updated annually to add new offerings and remove courses that are no longer being offered. Please see Student Affairs for a copy of the most recent AGEC list.

myCCC Quickstart Guide


myCCC page with different numbers indicating differnet points of interest. 1 - Main Menu, 2 - QuickLaunch, 3 - Connect Feet, 4 - Gmail Dashboard, 4 - Profile Settings


  1. Main Menu – Access to the full navigation menu within myCCC.
  2. Quick Launch - Single Sign-On Quick Launch icons for Canvas, Gmail, Google Drive, and Self Service Banner. Also includes quick-access shortcuts to SmartThinking, Library and Change Password.
  3. Connect Box – The new home for Announcements. All academic, class, ITS, job, news, or student development announcements will appear here and will work as “Feed” similar to social media feeds. Students can choose what categories they would like to see.
  4. Gmail Dashboard - A quick view of your recent 50 emails from in your Student Email.
  5. Dock Icons & User Settings – Quick-access icons to myCCC applets. On the Android and iOS Apps these will appear on the bottom as a dock. Navigating to the drop down arrow next to the icon opens a menu allowing changes to category preferences, contact information and profile icons.

Menu items - Search, Home, Quick Launch, Connect, Gmail Dashboard, Self Servcice, External Links, Social Networking, Maps, Contacts, News and Contact SupportLeft Side Navigation Menu

  • Home – myCCC Home Page with Connect & Quick Launch
  • QuickLaunch – The QuickLaunch applet from the homepage on a page by itself
  • Connect – The Connect Feed from the homepage on a page by itself
  • Gmail Dashboard – An easy access for students to view their emails, clicking on an email opens Gmail (This is aimed at “preview” for students to click on an email that interests them or to see if they have any unread email without navigating to Gmail)
  • Self Service – Banner Applets accessible directly within the portal. Students can register for classes, check registration status, check financial aid, and more without leaving the portal. More information on the next page. (Page 3)
  • External Links – Links that do not have applets within the portal, including the CCC website, Library, Event Calendars and more.
  • Social Networking – Links to Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, and YouTube.
  • Maps – Quickly view the campuses and access directions to them.
  • Contacts – Department phone numbers for students to quickly call.
  • News – RSS News feed from our website within the Portal. (Pulled from:
  • Contact Support – CCC ITS Help Desk Email Address

Some users (employees, admins, etc) may see additional links depending on their access within the portal. If there are any questions or have any issues with additional links or missing links, contact the ITS Help Desk.

Menu items: Banner Profile, Account Summary, Register for Classes, Registration Status, Financial Aid, Financial AId Forms, Holds, Class History, Transcripts, Grades, GPA Calculator and Class ScheduleSelf Service Banner Applets

  • Banner Profile – Access to view user information within Banner, including biographical, email addresses and phone numbers. On an a second tab, academic information including residency, citizenship, graduation date, degree seeking, and cumulative GPA is available.
  • Account Summary – View total balance by semester. Including tuition, differential tuition, fees, parking, payments and financial aid accepted awards
  • Register for Classes – Find and register for classes within a “cart” system, allowing students to add classes to a cart to compare and add classes. A simplified version of Add/Drop classes within Self Service Banner. Does not show as many details as easily, figure 1 example below. Students must select a semester before anything else, as it’s based on the current semester to show subjects and instructors.
  • Registration Status – View student status, academic standing and holds based on the student’s academic progress. Also shows total credit hours taken.
  • Financial Aid – Financial Aid breakdown by aid year for requirements, awards and account summary. Requirements will not link to the required forms, but they will be named for students to find them on the website or within the Forms page next.
  • Financial Aid Forms – Links to the Self Service Banner Form outside the Portal for all financial aid forms the student may need to complete. – Students may be required to sign in again to access this.
  • Holds – Shows all negative holds on a students account, including the advising hold.
  • Class History – List of all classes the student has taken at CCC oldest to newest. Class History will also will show total credit hours, total passed hours, cumulative GPA.
  • Transcripts – Links to the Transcripts Page within Self Service Banner with links to Parchment and Degreeworks.
  • Grades – Breakdown per semester of Final Grades including Semester GPA and Cumulative GPA.
  • GPA Calculator – GPA Calculator for students to type in their current GPA and classes they will take.
  • Class Schedule – External link to the Self Service Banner Course List.

Example Image with a class added to a cart to register

Menu Items include Your Profile, Preferences and Log Out

User Settings
In the top right of myCCC is an icon with the students name and a circle for an icon. By default, this circle icon will show the students initials. Clicking on this box will give three options.
Your Profile - Your profile will let the student edit their profile picture, edit connect interests, and view their name, email and phone number.

Preferences - Preferences allows the user to change how Connect and Messaging will contact them when a post is made.

Log Out - Signs the user out of the portal.



Menu items - Connect Email On/Off, Messaging Email On/Off, Messaging SMS On/Off, and Manage Favorites

Enabling Email for Connect will send an email all posts made with an interest selected.
Messaging is for administrators to send an email and/or post on Connect to all users based on the announcement need. Users can enable to receive Email/SMS based on these posts.
Manage Favorites allows students to build a small Favorites section within the Main Menu for easy access to items.