A Former Cochise Rodeo Facebook page established in May quickly landed 800 followers, who got right to work identifying and sharing photos and connecting friends. That level of interest told its organizer, college retiree and new Cochise College Foundation board member Dr. Mark von Destinon, that the appetite for rodeo is alive and well, if […]
Twelve students from Cochise College recently completed the paramedic training program and participated in a graduation ceremony this Wednesday at the Cochise College Downtown Center. Family and friends gathered to celebrate the special moment. Josh Meeker, the program coordinator said, “These students have definitely worked hard. They put in over 1200 hours of training.” Most […]
By J.D. Rottweiler, Ph.D. Leaders are in demand at community colleges across the nation. A study by the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) and the Association of Community College Trustees (ACCT) found that 75 percent of survey respondents anticipated retiring within 10 years, and that colleges also could expect significant turnover among senior administrators […]
Cochise College will be closed Monday, September 5 in observance of Labor Day. The normal class schedule and regular business hours, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, will resume Tuesday, September 6 at all campuses and centers.
Cochise College starts the academic year with a new dean of Business and Technology, Clyne G. H. Namuo, Ph.D. Dr. Namuo, a long time faculty member at Cochise College and native to Hawaii, says he has taken big strides to plan out his first year in this leadership position. Much of his plans come from […]
WalletHub’s main findings Source: WalletHub website Cochise College’s online campus was recently ranked 3rd for top 20 online community colleges with the best return on investment (ROI) website. Cochise College has offered online classes since 1998. The college’s online campus, also known as the Virtual Campus, is affordable and designed to support both students and […]
I, Frank Marcell, am a proud 1972 graduate of Cochise College, Douglas Campus. I wish to share my experience at Cochise College and explain what that education has meant in my life. I grew up in the San Fernando Valley of Southern California. The area where I grew up in the 1960s was rough, plagued […]
It’s interesting how things change over time, some of it planned, some of it not. “Finding the Cochise College ‘way,’” read the headline on my very first column as Cochise College president, dated August 2009. That piece highlighted some things I hoped we would do, focused on what a valuable resource Cochise College already was, […]
Cochise College will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the grand opening of the Cochise College Downtown Center. The center is located in the former Sierra Vista Regional Health Center. The Legacy Foundation of Southeast Arizona, a non-profit organization, gifted the facility to the college last year and it effectively expanded the square-footage of the college’s […]
All Cochise College offices will be closed Monday, Aug. 15 when faculty and staff gather for convocation. The following day, the college will resume regular hours of 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Students who wish to register early for fall classes are encouraged to visit campus before August 20 or to […]
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