Welcome to Fall - Be Stellar, Be Safe

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Instruction Methods

Coconino Community College is back to in-person classes at CCC!


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.

Zoom Information

Videoconferencing courses are delivered through the Zoom video conferencing tool. This tool allows instructors to conduct classes online through a desktop client or a mobile app. Students may join a Zoom class anywhere with their smartphone, tablet, or computer with an active Internet connection. To participate, users must have a microphone, webcam and speakers


Zoom Tips

Mute Yourself When Not Speaking
Minimize any unwanted noises

Wear Headphones
Not everyone in your area may want to learn Biology

Be Aware of Your Surroundings
Wear pants, mute phone's notifications, politely ask your dog not to bark

Don't Talk Over Each Other
Use Chat or Emoticons to convey information instead of interrupting, Dave.

Arrive Early / Test Before
Check internet speed, microphone, and webcam before your class starts

Be Kind
Zoom is new to most users this semester, it may take time to master


Zoom-Hosted Information & Tutorials


Have any issues or questions about Zoom? Contact the ITS Help Desk .

Frequently Asked Questions

Wait Lists

When searching for courses or attempting to register, you may see that the course is "closed" or "waitlisted".  If you see this, you can secure a spot in line by adding yourself to the waitlist for that course.  If a spot becomes available in the course it will be offered to the first student on the waitlist.  That student will be automatically notified at their CCC student email address and will have 24 hours to register.  If the student does not register by the deadline - or decides to drop themselves from the wait list - the spot will be offered to the next student on the waitlist. 


For a step-by-step guide on wait listing, check out our Wait List How-To instructions.

How do I access Canvas / Gmail / Self Service Banner

Canvas, Student Email (Gmail), Library, Tutoring, Self Service Banner (Degree Progress, Transcripts, Registration, Financial Aid, Pay your Bill, Personal Information), and more can be accessed using myCCC. myCCC is our single sign-on portal that provides access to a variety of online services.

You can login to myCCC with your CometID and password. If you experience any issues with the myCCC portal or have questions, please contact the ITS Help Desk.

What campuses are open and what are the hours during the Fall semester?

All three campuses are open at this time for normal business hours. View our Campus Hours page for more information.

If there are any changes or updates, notices will be posted on the CCC website, and emails will be sent to student and employee emails.

What technology is available if I don't have a computer/Internet at my residence?

  • Computer Labs on the Lone Tree, Fourth Street and Page sites are open for the Fall semester.
  • NAU Cline Library is open for CCC Students and available after hours with an available RFID tag from their reception desk.
  • The CCC Parking lots at all three CCC locations have WiFi available to students

Upon entering campus, what can I expect?

When entering any CCC campus please wear your CCC ID on a lanyard. Then, check in at the Security Desk to complete a one-time waiver to receive an ID sticker.  The sticker will make future Security check-ins more efficient.

All CCC faculty, staff, and guests will be asked to use the CCC's Self Check Protocol s to ensure the safety and health of all of our community members.

How do I pay my tuition?

Online: Tuition can be paid online by logging into myCCC and following the steps:

  • Login to myCCC
  • Use the "Pay your Bill" QuickLaunch Icon
  • Choose "Pay Your Bill, Setup a Payment Plan, Purchase a Parking Pass" link
  • Follow the Prompts to pay for your tuition


In Person: Tuition can be paid in person on the Lone Tree and Fourth Street campuses by speaking with Student Accounts.

Is Advising or Tutoring available during the Fall semester in person?


Academic Advising will be offered in-person and in a virtual format for the Fall semester.  Please visit the Academic Advising page to schedule your advising today!



Tutoring is offered in-person and online through links published in Canvas.

Students who would like assistance with using Canvas or Zoom prior to the start of term may request an appointment at any time by using the Tutor Request Form linked below.


For more information, view the Tutoring Page

I need placement testing to determine my courses.  What do I do?

Placement test requirements have been waived for most programs. Students will be able to register for classes through self-placement, without the need for a placement exam. Students in EMS and Nursing programs, however, may still have to take a placement exam. For more information about all our placement options, please visit the Course Placement page.

Are bus routes affected due to the pandemic?

For the most up to date information on bus routes, view the Mountain Line health page .

Do I have to purchase a Parking Pass for the Fall semester?

Student parking passes starting August 2022 are available for $60.00 and are valid through August 19, 2023.


For more information on Parking, visit the Parking Information Page.

Are there any guides or assistance for using Canvas?

Enrolled Students

The Ultimate Guide to Remote Learning : Need more training on the Canvas LMS, how to be a successful online student, Zoom, and other tools? Our The Ultimate Guide to Remote Learning is a short course designed to get you ready for online and remote learning at CCC.


Not sure which type of course is right for you? Take our Modality Quiz to help you understand what each type of course will be like, and what you’ll need to be successful.



Instructors can view the Faculty 411 Canvas Page for a knowledge-filled faculty resource

I have Bookstore business to tend to.  What are bookstore operations like for the Fall Semester?

The Coconino Community College Bookstore is always open online for students, faculty and staff on the Coconino Bookstore Website . We continue to partner with CCC to determine appropriate in-person hours of operation that align with campus in-person service availabilities and start dates for classes. You can also find details on how to return rentals online, including rental return instructions , merchandise returns and exchanges, online buyback, shipping and more. Visit our site to see required course materials, supplies required for your upcoming classes and more. Please visit CCC Bookstore Hours & Contact Information the most up-to-date information.

What are my risk factors for coronavirus infection on campus?

You can just John Hopkins Self-Checker to check your symptoms and to learn how to protect yourself and others.


On campus your risk factors vary based on how you and the community properly follow all risk-mitigation steps.


If local health conditions deteriorate in a way that makes fall in-person classes risky, we will change these classes to Zoom and notify enrolled students. Once the fall semester begins, individual classes may be moved from in-person to Zoom on a case-by-case basis if students or instructors test positive for COVID.

Where can I find current data on COVID-19 in the CCC Community?

For the most up to date information on COVID-19 in the CCC Community view the CCC Coronavirus page

For Coconino County visit the County's COVID-19 Information Dashboard .

Where do I get more information about how CCC is handling Coronavirus?

View the CCC Coronavirus page for the more recent updates and information about how CCC is keeping students, faculty, staff and the community safe.



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