85607-6190 4190 West State Highway 80
Cochise College was opened in 1964 as one of the first community colleges in Arizona. Today, it provides high-quality associate's-level education, professional development and workforce training to about 14,000 students each year. Its students can transfer to a university, improve their job outlook, and obtain a unique educational experience. The school is located in a geographic area rich in cultural diversity, human history and natural beauty. CC offers various academic programs like aviation, nursing, welding, computers, English and Spanish, 65 certificate programs and 67 associate degrees.
Cochise College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association. The College holds memberships in the Arizona Community College Association, the Council of North Central Two-Year Colleges, the American Association of Community Colleges, the Council for Higher Education Accreditation, the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU) and the Association of Community College Trustees.
English as a Second Language. The ESL program integrates speaking, listening, reading, writing and grammar in four levels, including a bridge semester for advanced students who wish to continue in university-level studies. The evening program emphasizes English communication for professional purposes. An intensive English Immersion program is offered in the summer. The ESL program also offers social and cultural activities and trips to sights of interest. Tutoring and a multimedia language laboratory are available.
Summer Immersion. An English immersion program is offered each summer. Classes take place during the day and integrate skills in speaking, listening, grammar, reading, and writing. Intensive reading and writing classes are offered each morning. Intensive grammar, listening and speaking classes take place each afternoon. The program usually lasts from late June until early August. Students may sign up for the half-day or full-day program. Half-day students can earn three credits; full-day students can earn six credits.
Registration fee – $20/semester
Technology fee – $15/semester
$81 per 1 credit hour