Cochise College is a two-year institution that is made up of 6 different campuses which are Sierra Vista Campus, Benson Center, Wilcox Center, Fort Huachuca Center, Nogales Center and Douglas Campus. All of them are located in the county of Cochise, Arizona. Founded in 1964 as one of the first colleges in the state, it is the largest rural community college district in Arizona which serves 13,000 students annually. Cochise is an institution that is concerned about offering direct-employment training and transferable degrees. They, in general, make available 61 certificate programs and 68 associate degrees.
The list of services and resources provided by CC is enormous. They utilize, even in the classroom, technology encompassing the Internet, interactive television, and smartboards. They are also trying to implement wireless technology in all the campus. Nevertheless, this list does not end there. At CC, counseling/advising, bookstore, computer labs, housing, disability services, support programs, financial aid and an extensive variety of activities are available. Financial Aid involves scholarships, grants and loans. Some scholarships are assigned according to the family income, and some others are allocated in accordance to academic performance and potential.
At Cochise College, you have one of the broader varieties of health related programs of study. With regard to certificates, you may find the programs of community health advisor, medical assistance, medical transcription, nursing assistance, paramedicine and practical nurse. A.S. Degrees, which are designed for university transferring, comprise the allied health program. The program of pre-nursing is included under the category of A.G.S Degrees and those of nursing and paramedicine are enclosed in the A.A.S Degrees, which work as a two-year training for employment.