Every year, as required by state law, the District Governing Board adopts the budget for the upoming fiscal year. The following budget documents detail the financial information as adopted for each fiscal year. 

 

 

Vice President of Business and Administrative Services

Responsible for providing insight for all departments to follow. Performs financial projections and decides where financial assets are used .

VP Business and Administrative Services - Jami Van Ess

Facilities

Responsible for the security and maintenance of all college facilities. Facilities also sponsors the Sustainability Committee and efforts to create a green sustainable environment at college facilities.

Executive Director of Facilities - Mark Easton

Budget Office 

Responsible for preparing adopted budgets for college district.

Budget Analyst - Suzzanna Rodriguez

Business Office 

Responsible for providing accounting, payroll, accounts payable, and accounts receivable services district wide.

Director of Accounting and Finance - Siri Mullaney

 

Due to the various staffing changes in the Business Office, please see the list below for who to contact for assistance:

 

Travel, Accounts Payable – Linda Currier, Accounts Payable Specialist x4222

 

Accounts Receivable, 3rd Party Billing, Tuition Waivers and Student Account Questions – Jennifer Strones, Bursar, or Dee Thompson-Long, Senior Accounts Receivable Specialist x4237

 

Payroll – Bess Goh, Payroll Specialist II x4210

 

Grants Accounting – Randi Axler, Grants Accountant x4214

 

Banner Finance Module – Tina Truglio, IT Analyst x4207

 

For all other questions including financial statements, general accounting policies/procedures, or if
you are unable to reach the person listed above, please contact Suzzanna x4324, Bobby x4283 or Jami x4209.

Purchasing and Auxiliary Services 

Responsible for the purchasing of equipment and materials district wide. Provides mail and shipping and receiving operations.

 

Director of Purchasing and Auxiliary Services - Robert Sedillo

 

Purchasing Specialist II - Janan Scott x4313

 

Auxiliary Services Specialist - Dusty Rhoton x4341

 

Auxiliary Services Clerk - Constance Fletcher x4340

AUTOMATIC DROP FOR NON-PAYMENT DATES

 

DROP SCHEDULE

1098T Tax Form Information

 

1098T FAQ

 

We offer four ways for you to pay:

 

Pay Online

Login to your student account pay your tuition.  

Payment Plan

CCC offers a payment plan option for students. 

Pay In-Person

At our Flagstaff Lone Tree campus or our Page campus.

Pay by Phone

928-226-4299 - we do experience high call volumes.

 

A few things to remember and be aware of:

  • CCC accepts Visa, Master Card, and Discover credit cards.
  • Any payments made by check are processed as a one-time electronic fund transfer from your account using your banking information. Funds may be withdrawn from your account as soon as the same day payment is received.
  • Payment Plan Option
    • The Payment Plan option provides you a no-interest, no loan method for paying your tuition. The Payment Plan option is done through Nelnet. Be aware, Nelnet does charge a $30 non-refundable enrollment fee. Their is also a $30 fee for each missed payment. You will need to provide a credit card or your bank account information.
    • For information on enrollment periods, down payments, and when your first payment is due, visit My College Payment Plan.
  • Paying by phone is the least efficient way to pay, because of our high call volume.

 

 

Coconino Community College Obtains Grants that Provide Program-Specific Support


Coconino Community College has received government and private grants that support specific programs. Many of these grants are ongoing; some are for defined periods of time to strengthen projects identified by the granting agencies. Coconino Community College extends our warmest thanks to our grant funders for investing in student success. Click on the titles below to learn more about each grant.
 

Federal Grants

 

Adult Education

US Department of Education

 

 

Perkins Basic Grant

US Department of Education

 

 

Bridges to Baccalaureate

National Institutes of Health

Through Northern Arizona University

Programs of Study

US Department of Education

TAACCCT

US Department of Labor

TRiO

US Department of Education

 

State Grants

 

First Things First

 

 

 

Foundation Grants

 

 

The Coconino County Community College Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation that is fiscally and organizationally separate from the College with its own Board of Directors. Its purpose is to receive private gifts, bequests and donations; to account for, manage and help appreciate monies or property submitted to the Foundation; and to help the College with projects and opportunities which may not be funded by public funds.

 

 

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