A number of programs exist to assist students with a variety of situations and educational backgrounds. Whether you’re a military student, a high achiever, disabled or a student with financial needs, these programs can help to keep you on the path to reaching your goals.
TRiO Student Support Services
The Cochise College TRiO Student Support Services project was established as a way to help our students move toward a bachelor’s degree, to provide incentive for retention in education, and to elevate GPAs. This TRiO Student Support Services Project is federally funded.
If you are enrolled in one of Cochise College’s technical certificate or associate of applied science degree programs, or in one of the transfer programs, you are eligible to take advantage of the services offered by the Career Technical Education Program (CTEPS).
Each Cochise College campus and center offers computer labs for student use. Lab hours vary. All computer lab work stations are connected to the Internet and have Microsoft Office, Internet Explorer and Adobe Acrobat Reader.
Free tutoring is available in most academic areas to all Cochise College students. Tutors, faculty and staff work with students individually and in small groups to facilitate learning. Computerized tutorials also are available.
Once you are accepted to Cochise College, it’s important to get to know the online accounts you will be using at the college and how to log in to each one. All incoming students have accounts created for them about a week after they receive their acceptance notification.
If you have problems accessing your Cochise College online accounts, using the Help Desk form will make sure your question is directed to the person and department that can best answer it.
College is a big step and a time of uncertainty for many new and future students. Check out these frequently asked questions to learn common terms, procedures and more to set your mind at ease.
Cochise College provides accessible educational opportunities that are responsive to a diverse population and lead to constructive citizenship, meaningful careers and lifelong learning.