By Dr. J.D. Rottweiler When Cochise College began planning its 50th anniversary celebration, it didn’t have to look further than the Internet for ideas. Despite having reams of potential opportunities and quirky ways to draw attention to its golden anniversary, the college couldn’t have predicted the organic nature in which its plans would actually develop. A […]
Cochise College is making significant changes to its deadlines to register for classes and policies for receiving refunds for dropped courses this fall semester. Students must be signed up for a class the day prior to the course start date. That is, if a class begins on a Monday, students need to register by Sunday; […]
High School Equivalency test preparation classes and English Language Acquisition courses are offered at Cochise College’s Sierra Vista, Douglas, Benson and Willcox locations this August. In Arizona, the GED test is the accepted high school equivalency exam for the next 12 months. Registration is going on now for Sierra Vista classes, which begin Aug. 12. […]
Cochise College will be closed Monday, Aug. 11, as faculty and staff gather for the annual Fall Convocationto prepare for the academic year. Regular business hours, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., resume Tuesday, Aug. 12, at all campuses and centers. To find out more important dates and deadlines, check out the Academic Calendar.
Cochise College offices are on summer hours through the first week of August. Offices at all campuses and centers will be open from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday, except for closures on two holidays: Memorial Day on May 26 and Independence Day observed July 3. Summer hours end Aug. 7. The Union Cafe […]
By Dr. J.D. Rottweiler Cochise College officially began its 50th anniversary year on July 1. We’re already receiving an enthusiastic response to our plans, which include a reunion of faculty, students and community leaders who were part of the college in the 1960s; two performances by Twist & Shout: The Definitive Beatles Experience; a rodeo benefit […]
Registration for the Fall 2014 semester has begun. Students can register either online through MyCochise or in person at any campus or center. Find out what courses are offered this spring by viewing the schedule of classes. Fall semester classes begin Aug. 18. Find out more important dates and deadlines by viewing the Academic Calendar. For more information, contact Admissions and […]
Cochise College will celebrate its 50th anniversary with activities and events at campuses and centers across Cochise County throughout the 2014-15 academic year to commemorate the legacy of economic mobility and opportunity established by the citizens, employees, students and community members who have supported the college. The golden anniversary celebration kicks off Sept. 21-23, beginning […]
Cochise College will be closed Thursday, July 3, in observance of Independence Day. With summer hours in effect, offices are also closed Friday, July 4. They reopen and classes resume Monday, July 7, at all campuses and centers. To find out more important dates and deadlines this summer and next year, check out the Academic Calendar.
By Dr. J.D. Rottweiler When Cochise College dedicated its first campus in Douglas nearly 50 years ago, “The Heliograph” student newspaper featured an article outlining the college’s three-year history, beginning with the 1961 election to establish a college district, and a photo of a plaque that has hung on the campus Administration Building since its unveiling. […]