Fort Huachuca Center
Cushing Street, Building 67601
Cochise College pledges to provide a high-quality learning community that embraces our diverse population and is committed to student success. We all have challenges in life but together, Cochise College can be the place where possibilities meet reality. Our institution is ranked third among best community colleges by SmartAsset.com for our low cost, return on investment and student success. Articulation agreements with many in-state and out of state colleges and universities make it easy to transfer.
Moodle is the learning management system where courses are completed online. To access Moodle, log into MyCochise and click the Moodle link located under “Resources” on the left side of the page. If you receive an “invalid log-in” error, complete and submit the “invalid log-in” form.
Courses are available 24 hours prior to the start of the each term.
For help with online courses and Moodle issues, email us at email@example.com.
Cochise College, like all higher education institutions, is required to obtain authorization from individual states to enroll students residing outside of Arizona. As of July 6, 2015, Cochise College is a participant in the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement.
SARA is an agreement among member states, districts, and U.S territories to establish a comparable national standard for postsecondary distance education courses and programs offered and conducted across state lines. SARA is intended to make it easier for students to take online courses in member states regardless of where the students live and the institution is located.
For current SARA states and institutions, visit nc-sara.org/sara-states-institutions.
Cochise College cannot currently consider applications for online degrees or certificate programs from applicants whose primary residence is in the following states: Maryland, Massachusetts, Georgia, Puerto Rico and Florida.
For internal complaints, fill out the feedback/complaint form.
If Cochise College cannot resolve your complaint, then you may file a complaint with the appropriate state agency within your state of residence.
The Center for Lifelong Learning provides numerous online non-credit courses for your convenience. We partner with four education services to offer professional development and personal enrichment classes.
Click on our calendar tab to view start dates.
Log in to MyCochise, click My classes and select the appropriate term for your grades.
Log in to MyCochise, click My classes and click on Register/Drop Classes.
Click on our calendar tab to view last day to drop a class.
Contact your instructor for specific instructions, but be aware that exams proctored by anyone other than Cochise College may incur a fee which is the student’s responsibility.
Cochise College uses Moodle as our Virtual Learning Environment and most of your work will be completed there. Online classes are not independent study or “self-paced” courses. These classes start and end on specified dates, and they include homework and other scheduled activities throughout the course. The actual course content is well structured and you will have requirements to complete every week.
Yes, please refer to your instructor’s syllabus.
Online courses include requirements for reading, writing papers, class discussions, solving problems, and all other activities you would expect in any other college class. These are not independent study or “self-paced” courses. Online classes start and end on specified dates and they include homework and activities that are due throughout the course.
Most of your work will be completed in Moodle. Course content is structured and you will have requirements to complete every week. Online classes are not easier than on-campus classes; in fact, many instructors teach the same class both online and face-to-face, and they require students to complete the same work. Often, students report that online classes are more difficult because they require a motivated and well-organized effort to keep up with the work. The most common advice from online students is “Don’t fall behind” since it is so hard to catch up.