Becoming a Student at Coconino Community College
- Last Updated: 16 February 2017
Getting started with Coconino Community College is easier than you think. The following steps will guide you to becoming a Coconino Community College student.
1 Apply for Admission
The College is open to any person seeking enrollment. There is no cost to apply using one of the following applications that best describes your status at the time of taking courses:
- Regular Admission/Credit Application: Students need only complete an application if they are new to CCC or have not taken CCC classes within the past 5 years. You may apply online here if you meet any one of the following criteria:
- you have graduated from high school or you have earned a GED;
- or you are at least 18 years of age or older;
- or you are a new transfer student from another college.
- Special Admission Application: If you are currently in high school and would like to enroll in college courses while you are in high school, please print out and complete the Application for Special Admissions form. The form requires a signature from your high school counselor, parent, and CCC advisor prior to submission.
All forms or additional documents may be returned to the Registration and Enrollment Services department:
-Physical/Mailing Address: 2800 S. Lone Tree Rd., Flagstaff, AZ 86005
-Fax: (928) 226-4033
If you are an international student, please contact Registration and Enrollment Services at (928) 226-4299 to confirm admission requirements.
2 Residency Requirements & Proposition 300 Requirements
Documentation for both Arizona residency and US citizenship MUST be provided to the Registration and Enrollment Services Office by all students who wish to apply for in-state tuition status. Apache and Greenlee county residents: complete this affidavit [Will send later] and submit to Enrollment Services each semester.
US citizenship and Arizona residency are two separate requirements. Being a US citizen does not indicate that your Arizona residency status for tuition purposes is fulfilled. Coconino Community College requires clear and convincing evidence to support any claims for Arizona residency status, in addition to proof of US citizenship.
For full explanation of Proposition 300 and Arizona Residency laws and lists of acceptable documentation see the individual links for each.
3 Financial Aid
If you are interested in applying for state or federal assistance, complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.gov. You must list Coconino Community College (school code 031004) as a recipient of the information. Note: If you have attended another college or university, you must send an official transcript(s) to CCC.
4 Register for Placement Testing
Placement testing is required of all degree-seeking students in order to enroll in Math or English courses and is recommended for modern languages. Students with proof of ACT/SAT scores or previous college work in these subjects are not required to test. You can register by calling (928) 226-4323. You will need your Comet ID number and a valid photo ID to take the test(s).
5 Meet with an Academic Advisor
Coconino Community College advising can assist you in a degree plan. By understanding where you want to go, choosing your classes will be easier than you ever expected. Click on the above Advising link for more information.
6 View Class Schedule and Register for Classes
The online class schedule is the best way to view the most current classes available. If you live in Coconino County, a printed schedule will be mailed to you prior to the start of each semester. In addition, printed schedules are available at any of our campus locations.
Students can register online through their Web4 account, in-person at Registration and Enrollment Services, or at an identified computer kiosk. When registering, you are securing your spot in the courses you want to take in the upcoming semester. Payment arrangements are due at the time of registration. If you intend to use financial aid to pay for courses, you must have an award letter from CCC prior to registration. Go to Tuition and Fees for your payment options.
7 Review Tutoring Schedule
Coconino Community College offers tutoring for many subjects, including, but not limited to: English, Math, Accounting, Economics, and Spanish. You can find the schedule in Student Services.
8 Participate in New Student Orientation
Visit our START Smart page or speak with Student Services Reception at (928) 226-4323.
9 Acquire Student ID
Student ID cards are free for new students and $5.00 to replace a lost card. To receive a card, students must be registered in the current term and have their tuition paid in full. Students paying with financial aid may receive the card on the day aid disburses.
10 Acquire Parking Permit
Students planning to drive to any Coconino Community College campus will be required to purchase a parking permit. Payment is made at Registration and Enrollment Services before submitting the Parking Permit Form to Security.