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Programs at Coconino Community College include academic and student support programs.  Your gift will help programs acquire valuable equipment and supplies, as well as provide basic needs for students when emergencies strike.  To learn more about the programs at CCC, please view the CCC Programs list below. 
 

If you would like to  learn more about scholarship giving at CCC, please visit the  donors page for Foundation Scholarships.  
 

 

 

 Programs at Coconino Community College

Name Program Description
Adult Ed/GED Program Adult Education programs serve learners seeking to attain their high school equivalency, GED and/or take English-language (ESL) classes.
Alumni The Alumni program seeks to engage CCC Alumni and create opportunities for community involvement and support.    
American Sign Language Program The American Sign Language (ASL) Program builds foundational interpreting skills that support careers that serve the hearing-impaired community.
Arts and Sciences Humanities, social science, and science programs provide students opportunities to investigate and interact with the world.
Bus Pass Program The Bus Pass Program improves accessibility to education by affording students a reliable means of transportation.
Career & Technical Education (CTE) An array of career and technical programs give students the chance to improve their skill set for in-demand careers in the trades and other professions so they may enter the workforce with relevant training and confidence.
CCC Cross Country The CCC Cross Country program is the first athletic program at CCC.  Student-athletes take course work, and compete for the College in the NJCAA.

Comet Cupboard

The Comet Cupboard is CCC’s food pantry. The Comet Cupboard is a resource for food and hygiene needs. The Comet Cupboard has two locations, one at the Lone Tree Campus and the other at the Fourth Street Campus. We host grab-n-go events for a touchless service for those in need of food or hygiene products. Our grab-n-go events are advertised through CCC student portal, social media, and CCC publications. We welcome donations from all CCC Family and Friends.
Comet Success Fund Students experience emergencies that can create barriers to their success.  To alleviate that stress and shrink barriers, the Comet Success Fund provides emergency funds and resources to students when they need it most.
Common Read Program Strengthen the engagement and intellectual community across the College through common reading themes.
Computer Information Science Computer information science courses and programs prepare students for entry-level jobs in the computer science industry and allows for advancement in higher education to specialize in different areas in the computer sciences.
Disability Resources Disability Resources facilitates an accessible community where students with disabilities have an equal opportunity to fully participate in all aspects of the educational environment.
English as Second Language (ESL) English as a Second Language (ESL) courses provide adult learners with the skills to apply the English language in the workplace, at home, and in the community.
English/Liberal Studies Offers courses that strengthen the reading and writing foundation of students as well as courses for life-long learners interested in exploring their writing talent.
Fine Arts The Fine Arts program gives students a strong foundation in visual composition and art history and prepares them to continue their fine arts education in drawing, painting, photography, ceramics, or sculpture.
Fire Science Coconino Community College’s Fire Science Program provides training to individuals interested in pursuing a career in either structural or wild land fire fighting. We offer a certificate in Wildfire Suppression to prepare students for entry-level wild land fire fighting. We also offer an Intermediate, Advanced Certificate and AAS degree in Fire Science to prepare students for entry-level structural firefighting. Our program can also help individuals already in the fire service prepare for career advancement.
GED Waivers GED testing waivers provide support for students that are preparing to take their GED Certification exams.
Greatest Need Fund Greatest Needs funds are unrestricted and provide the Foundation with the flexibility to meet immediate financial challenges faced by CCC students, faculty, and staff.  Members of the college community apply directly to the Foundation for help with the cost of books, fees, and other expenses.  Unrestricted funds also allow the Foundation to leverage and administer larger donations and endowments that will benefit Coconino Community College for the future.
Industrial Technology & Construction Construction Trades is a pathway for students interested in a combination of physical work and academic excellence.  Degrees in this area focus on providing opportunities to build practical skills in the construction field overall, in sustainable building, or environmental technologies involving wind and sun energies.
Languages The foreign language program at CCC enables students to build greater understanding of global cultures while learning to communicate effectively in writing, speaking, and reading.  Multi-lingual students can use their skills to advance in the workplace locally and even internationally.
LSAMP Program LSAMP is a nationally recognized program that supports underrepresented minority student participation in areas of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics.
Music Program CCC's music program offers students a chance to explore many different music styles: classical, jazz, folk, rock, and pop, to name a few. Along the way, students discover how history and culture is bound up in and illustrated by music. Most all of our music classes transfer as General Education credit to colleges around the state or are in the process of reaching that status. Donations help create new music classes, purchase multimedia equipment, assist faculty in supporting trips and working with other performing arts such as dance and theatre, and so much more. The arts are collaborative and teach valuable life skills that are brought to the community.
Nursing The purpose of the curriculum in Nursing and Allied Health is to prepare students with knowledge and skills to enter various specialty fields of employment in the Health Care industry. Students wanting to transfer to a University will be able to complete the necessary courses or be able to enter the workforce with either a degree or a certificate. This program supported by Flagstaff Community Foundation and its funding collaborators.
Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) is the international honor society of two-year colleges and academic programs. It is the largest honor society in American higher education with over 3.5 million members and more than 1,300 chapters in 10 countries. PTK recognizes and encourages its four corner stones: Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Fellowship.
Physics/Astronomy Physics and astronomy provide opportunities for students to engage in specialized study in the STEM field.  
Small Business Development Center (SBDC) We are part of a statewide network of centers that deliver services to anyone who operates a business or is planning to start a business. We work with businesses in every industry and at every stage of growth from start-ups to well-established companies.
Science/Math Departments Mathematics and science are critical areas for a rapidly changing, increasing competitive global economy and society.  All of the opportunities in Math & Sciences involve gathering and processing data to solve problems with STEM processes and equipment.
Student Publications On Course features student creative works. Curios is a literary format for creative expression for citizens across Coconino County.
Sustainable Green Building The  Sustainable Green building program is designed to educate students comprehensively on the many subjects related to Green Building Categories and related Environmental and occupant issues, Energy Efficiencies and Sustainable Building design considerations.
Telescope Education Flagstaff is the first Dark Sky Community in the United States that provides the optimal environment to view interstellar objects.  CCC has a telescope at the Lone Tree Campus to further student and community learning about astronomy.  Giving to this program provides necessary funds to maintain the telescope's mechanical components for its longevity.
Veterans Services Veterans Services aims to support academic needs of the veteran students by providing tutoring and other supplies and  services.