You’ve made the decision to continue your education, and we’re so glad you’ve chosen to apply at Cochise College. After determining your residency status and completing an online application, you need to have transcripts and test scores from previous schools sent to us, and you may need to take a placement assessment test.
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You should have legal residency determined when you apply, prior to the time of registration and payment of fees. Your residency will determine your classification for tuition, and it is your responsibility to register for classes under the correct residence determination.
Complete the Student Release Form (PDF) to authorize the release of information to individuals or agencies, thereby waiving certain student rights established under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act.
International students planning to attend college full-time, online/distance learning, and Mexican citizens/border commuters planning to attend college part-time should visit the international students page and follow the steps.
Once admitted to the college, we will take your picture for your official college ID at the Admissions/Registration Office. Make sure to bring government-issued photo ID with you. Find out more about available student ID card.
All students are encouraged to apply for financial aid, regardless of their parents’ financial status. Complete the free FAFSA application online at the FAFSA website. Our school code is 001072. Visit the Financial Aid page for more information. You will need to check your email in MyCochise for updates on Cochise College Financial Aid eligibility.
The reading, math, and English tests help place you in classes where you are most likely to succeed. Placement testing is by appointment only. Schedule a placement test in person or online. For more information, go to testing center page.
Learn more about campus life, college services and counseling programs online at the new student orientation page.
Once you have your placement test scores, visit an Advisor in Student Services for class selection and your degree plan. Or you can go to Advising & Counseling page for more information.
Students can view the schedule of classes here and register online through MyCochise under the My Classes tab/Register.
Fees must be paid at the time of enrollment. If you have been awarded financial aid, your registration will be retained, and you will not be dropped for non-payment. You can also set up a payment plan at MyCochise under the My Classes tab/Payment Plan, or at My College Payment Plan Cochise website.
For more information on special tuition programs go to the Tuition Waiver programs page.
Purchase or rent new or used textbooks at Barnes and Noble on campus or online through MyCochise under the My Classes tab/Important Links.
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Cochise College provides accessible educational opportunities that are responsive to a diverse population and lead to constructive citizenship, meaningful careers and lifelong learning.
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