CTEPS (Career Technical Education Program Services) is a grant-funded program that helps students succeed in a career-technical course of study at Cochise College. Our mission is to assist career and technical education students in defining and achieving their academic goals and overcoming economic and academic barriers that threaten their success.

CTEPS Program Coordinator | Tonya Randolph
(520) 417- 4070 or (520) 515-5410 | randolpht@cochise.edu

If you are enrolled in one of Cochise College’s technical certificate or associate of applied science degree programs, or in one of the transfer programs listed below, you are eligible to take advantage of the services offered by CTEPS:

  • Academic advising
  • Resource referrals
  • Limited fuel assistance
  • Scholarship information

You are eligible to receive CTEPS services if you are enrolled in a career-technical program. However, CTEPS services also are available to students pursuing certain transfer degrees.

CTEPS also offers resources and referrals to non-traditional, academically disadvantaged and economically disadvantaged students, as well as single parents, displaced homemakers, dislocated workers, and students with limited English proficiency.

  • Administration of Justice
  • Business Administration
  • Computer Science
  • Early Childhood Education
  • Elementary Education/Secondary Education
  • Engineering
  • Journalism and Media Arts