Cochise College is now accepting nominations for its third Hall of Fame class to be inducted in Fall 2017. The Hall of Fame honors former students, faculty/staff and community leaders who have made a major contribution to the mission and goals of Cochise College, or who have contributed in a significant way to the lives […]
Cochise College instructor, Stephanie Haas, recently attended an intensive training on the Holocaust at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington D.C., with the intent to better educate Cochise College students. Haas was only one of 183 teachers nationwide who was selected to attend. At the gathering, the participants teamed up with Museum educators […]
Cochise College has released its Spring schedule of courses. Students can register either online through MyCochise or in person at any campus or center starting November 1. Spring semester classes begin January 8. Find out more important dates and deadlines by viewing the Academic Calendar. There is no late registration; all students must register and […]
By J.D. Rottweiler, Ph.D. Cochise College financial aid and transfer metrics may never have been as exciting as when Dr. Verlyn Fick, vice president for instruction/provost, presented these topics at the October Governing Board meeting. Financial aid has changed significantly since Verlyn began his career in academia, and recent changes at the federal level, as […]
For nearly a decade, around mid-October, Cochise College and the Art Department have invited the community, local painters and potters, students, and artists from across the world, to celebrate the craft of pottery with music, dance and cuisine. On October 14, the Cochise College Douglas Campus will once again blaze the night with flames, in […]
Cochise College will be closed Monday, October 10 in observance of Columbus Day. The normal class schedule and regular business hours, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, will resume Tuesday, October 11 at all campuses and centers.
Dr. James “Bo” Hall, athletic director and dean of Student Services at Cochise College, was inducted into the Arizona Community College Athletic Conference (ACCAC) 2016 Hall of Fame Class last summer. Additional members of the 2016 ACCAC Hall of Fame Class are: Ray Butcher and Charles Dine (Arizona Western College); Jerry Hekekia (Eastern Arizona College); […]
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 […]
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