The Cochise College Benson Center is a 13,000-square-foot facility that includes classrooms, computer labs, a learning center and interactive television capabilities. For-credit, developmental, GED, ESOL and personal interest classes are offered in the day and evening. Full-time staff assists students with admissions, registration, placement and GED testing, and financial aid.
The Douglas Campus is located in a scenic area between Douglas and Bisbee and serves approximately 1,000 students each semester with a diverse curriculum of general education, liberal arts, transfer and direct employment, and adult education programs in GED preparation and English Language Acquisition for adults. The campus includes residence halls for men and women, an on-campus airport and athletic facilities.
Extended Learning provides many of the college’s programs and services in communities throughout Cochise and Santa Cruz counties and beyond. Courses and services are scheduled through the Adult Education program, Benson Center, Center for Lifelong Learning, Correctional Education Department, K-12 Outreach, Santa Cruz Center, Virtual Campus, Small Business Development Center and the Willcox Center.
The Cochise College office on Fort Huachuca (Building 52104) provides advising and student services to military students, their families and civilians who can access Fort Huachuca. Classes are usually offered in eight-week sessions and meet in the classrooms at the Fort Huachuca Center (Building 67601).
Santa Cruz Center
Cochise College began offering classes in Santa Cruz County in October 2003. The Santa Cruz Center moved to is current location on Grand Avenue, a 28,000-square-foot facility, in 2013. Full-time staff assists students with admissions, registration, placement and GED testing and financial aid. Classes also meet at the education center and at other locations in the county.
Cochise College offers an array of web-based courses that students can take separately or as part of a degree or certificate program. Online courses meet the same standard as traditional classes and use Internet resources to enrich the educational experience. Using classes at the Virtual Campus, students can design a schedule that best fits into their busy lives. Visit the Virtual Campus to find information about courses, tuition and financial aid.
Sierra Vista Campus
The Sierra Vista Campus is located at the eastern edge of Sierra Vista, approximately one mile northeast of the junction of State Highways 90 and 92. The Sierra Vista Campus serves about 2,000 students each semester with a diverse curriculum of general education, transfer and direct employment programs, as well as adult education classes in GED preparation and English Language Acquisition for adults.
The Cochise College Willcox Center is located on Willcox Unified School District property near the community high school. The center, serving approximately 200 students with day and evening classes, opened in 2010 with several classrooms, computer and science labs, open study space, and interactive television capabilities. Full-time staff assists with admissions, registration, placement testing and financial aid.