Sierra Vista Campus
Sierra Vista Campus | 901 North Colombo Avenue
Sierra Vista, AZ 85635 | (520) 515-0500
Sierra Vista Campus Map (PDF)
Cochise College classes have been offered in the Sierra Vista/Fort Huachuca area since the 1960s. By 1972, college instructors were teaching courses in temporary buildings at Buena High School. In 1974, the Andrea Cracchiolo family donated 40 acres of land east of Sierra Vista for the future site of the Sierra Vista Campus, which opened in 1978. To meet the needs of a growing student population, ground was broken on the Andrea Cracchiolo Library and the science building in September 1994. Today, the campus provides a diverse curriculum of general education, transfer, and occupational programs, including computer science, nursing, business, welding, and manufacturing engineering. It is located in close proximity to apartments, shopping, dining, a university and Buena High School.
When it opened in September 1964, the Douglas Campus represented the pioneering spirit of a new college. The site between Douglas and Bisbee was selected as the most practical for serving the major population centers of the time. Today, this traditional campus is home to a number of academic buildings that house classrooms, faculty and staff offices, and computer labs, as well as a full-service library, an aviation program with its own airport, residence halls, athletic facilities, and a cafeteria. It is often considered the most scenic Cochise College location.
645 State Highway 92 | Sierra Vista, AZ 85635
(520) 224-5129 | Sierra Vista Campus Map (PDF)
In 2013 the automotive technology program began offering classes at the automotive complex on State Highway 92. All eleven courses of this degree are held at this facility. The automotive technology program offers degree and certificate programs, day and evening classes from two full-time instructors.
1025 State Route 90 | Benson, AZ 85602
(520) 586-1981 | Benson Center Map (PDF)
The Benson Center is a 13,000-square-foot facility that includes classrooms, computer labs, a learning center and interactive television capabilities. For-credit, developmental, and personal interest classes are offered in the day and evening. Full-time staff assists students with admissions, registration, placement testing and financial aid. Use the facilities rental form to reserve rooms for meetings and special events.
2600 East Wilcox Drive | Sierra Vista, AZ 85635
(520) 515-0500 | Downtown Center Map (PDF)
In 2016, Cochise College began offering classes in a new facility on Wilcox Drive in downtown Sierra Vista. The Downtown Center offers degrees and certificates in nursing and health sciences, culinary arts and electronics technology. The center also provides continuing education classes and entrepreneurial advising through the Center for Lifelong Learning and Small Business Development Center.
Fort Huachuca Education Center
The Cochise College office on Fort Huachuca (Building 52104) provides advising and student services to military students and their families as well as civilians who can access Fort Huachuca.
470 N. Bisbee Ave. | Willcox, Arizona 85643
(520) 384-4502 | Willcox Center Map (PDF)
The 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.
Public Use Hours
The public is welcome on our campuses and centers but please note the following building hours of operation.
Sierra Vista Campus:
Student Union: Monday – Friday: 7 a.m. – 10 p.m., Closed on Saturday and Sunday
Library Commons: Monday – Friday: 7 a.m. – 10 p.m., Saturday: 11 a.m. – 4 p.m., Closed on Sunday
Public Use is Monday – Friday 7 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Student Union: Monday – Friday: 7 a.m. – 10 p.m., Saturday and Sunday: 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Schedules may change due to events and activities. Students and employees should carry their IDs outside of these hours.