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Spring 2023 Registration

Welcome to

Spring 2023
Spring 2023
Classes Begin January 17


Instruction Methods

Coconino Community College is back to in-person classes!


Although most of our classes will still be offered in-person, we will still have a limited number of classes available through Zoom and Canvas. Coconino Community College continues to offer four instruction methods to deliver the best possible learning environments for students. Not all classes may be available in all formats.


In Person


Students meet at designated campus location on the days and times listed for course.



No set meeting days and times. Students work at their own pace with weekly due dates for assignments through Canvas.



Meet by Zoom on scheduled dates and times. Instructors will provide schedule and links to the videoconferencing sessions.



Part Online, Part In-Person
Part Zoom, Part Online



What to expect


Course start dates remain the same
First day is Monday, August 29

Masks are recommended
Vaccines are encouraged

CCC Lanyard and ID
Students and employees will be asked to wear a lanyard and their CCC ID upon entering buildings.

Social distancing required
Keep 6 feet between you and others at all times

Canvas for all students
The Canvas learning management system will be used for all courses

Computer labs are open for enrolled student use
For computer lab and help desk hours, view the Help Desk Hours page

WiFi is available in all campus parking lots
For more information, view the myCCC WiFi page

Children/Family Members and Pets
We ask that students and employees come to campus by themselves to reduce the risk of exposure to your loved ones and to the campus community. Pets must be registered with Human Resources or Disability Resources.




Be Stellar, Be Safe


Keeping our Community Healthy: Tips for Preventing the Spread of COVID-19


Wear a mask if not vaccinated - CCC values the health and safety of staff, faculty, students and the community. Cover your mouth and nose when around others

Wash your hands - Proper Centers for Disease Control guidance states to wash your hands for at least 20 seconds using soap and water, or use hand sanitizer with at least 60 percent alcohol

Stay at least 6 feet away from people

Monitor your health - If you develop any symptoms follow CCC's Self Check Protocol

Cough or sneeze into your elbow or tissue - Don't reuse tissues or sneeze on other people

Avoid touching your face - Don't touch your eyes, nose or mouth unless you wash your hands before and after

Avoid people who are sick, sneezing, coughing, and people who do not follow these steps - This includes family and friends as much as possible

Stay home as much as possible - Reduce visitors and unnecessary interactions