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Derrick Messer

UNIVERSITY OF PHOENIX
AET 555
November 6, 2014
Joseph Walters

 PURPOSE OF COCHISE COLLEGE
 CAMPUS LAYOUT

 ADMISSION/REGISTRATION PROCESS
 STUDENT POPULATION
 STUDENT SERVICES
 DEGREES AND CERTIFICATES OFFERED

 DELIVERY MODALITIES
 COMMUNITY RELATIONSHIPS AND PARTNERSHIPS
 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION LEARNED

 Founded in 1962
 Cochise County voters agree on establishment of junior

college district (October, 1961)
 Construction completed October 1964, Douglas Campus
 2 Campuses (Douglas, Sierra Vista) & 4 learning centers
(Bisbee, Santa Cruz, Ft. Huachuca & Wilcox)
 Purpose
 So students would have opportunity to further their

education (educationally isolated part of the state).
 To better themselves economically, culturally and civically

Art Building

Chiricahua Hall

Science
Building
General
Classrooms

Huachuca Hall
Bookstore

IT
Support

Learning Commons
Complex

Admin Building

 Applying for admission
 Online Application or in-person at any campus or

learning center
 New Students or students that have not enrolled with last 2

years
 Need transcripts and test scores from previous schools
 Placement assessment required for academic skills
prerequisites
 Await acceptance and register for classes

 Registration
 Online or in-person at any campus until prior to class

start date

 Counseling and Advising Services

Advisors assist students in defining, planning and achieving success

 Financial Aid and Scholarship Services

Assistance with the Financial Aid process and Scholarship program through Cochise
College Foundation

 Wellness and Life Resources
 Offers students resources ranging from Budgeting and Student Debt to
Employment, Health and Legal Services

 Housing
 Students enrolled in at least 12 credits per semester eligible for housing
 Students enrolled in at least 16 credits per semester are not charged room

rates when they purchase meal plan

 Additional Services

 University Transfer
 17 AA Degree Programs
 1 AAEE Degree Program
 2 ABUS Degree Programs
 5 AS Degree Programs

 2 AGS Degree Programs

 2 Year Training for Employment
 29 AAS Degree Programs

 Traditional on-site classroom
 Mediated (Digital/web-based delivery)
 Live Streaming (Deliver to students physically unable to attend)
 Online
 Web-based with discussion forum
 Individual assignments
 Daily teacher feedback
 Interactive Television
 Classes taught at more than one location using online resources
to transmit documents and exams

 Blended
 On-site and online in equal proportions

 Envoy Air
 Pilot mentoring and hiring program

 US Department of Agriculture
 Enhancing Program Accessibility in Underserved Rural

Communities project

 Supports small and socially disadvantaged farmers, ranchers and

businesses in rural communities

 AmazonSmile
 Donates 0.5% of the price of eligible Amazon purchases

toward Cochise College Foundation

 The Innovation Campus
 Collaborative project with Northrop Grumman, Buena High

School, UofA, and Ft. Huachuca

 Proactively links educational institutions with key customers to

help grow the STEM based workforce of the future.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8XbS28Tpy3E

Cochise College (2014). Retrieved from
http://www.cochise.edu/cfiles/files/policies/3004%20%20Academic%20Standards.pdf
Cochise College (2014). Retrieved from
http://www.cochise.edu/ie/facts/
Cochise College (2014). Retrieved from
http://www.cochise.edu/history/
Hoyos, D (2013). Cochise college innovation campus. Retrieved from
http://www.expectmorearizona.org/excellence-tour/stories/cochisecollege-innovation-campus/