LBGTQ CCC Student Organization: Kaleidoscope


Advisor: Marianne Arini


Student Life Coordinator
Derik Yellowhair


Director of Student Services
Veronica Hipolito


Office of LBGTQA Resources at Norther Arizona University-CCC Students welcome


This is a safe space for students, faculty, staff, and all LGBTQA community members to go, find resources, information, and support.


NAU SBS Building (Blg #70), RM 100H


PRISM (NAU Student Organization)

Community Resources:


PFLAG Flagstaff
(928) 773-7811


Health Care: North Country Health Care


Counseling: The Guidance Center
(928) 714-5207

General Sites of Support:

The Passages Program is a federally funded grant program through the Carl D. Perkins grant. The Passages Program provides assistance to eligible Coconino Community College students whom are single parents and/or displaced homemakers. We help guide Passages participants to success in a number of career/technical programs.

Passages Eligibility:

  • Must a be Coconino Community College student
  • Must a be a Single Parent and/or a Displaced Homemaker
  • Must have a declared major of one of the Career/Technical Education Programs
    • (Limited space available, based on funding per year)

Passages Services:

  • Partial funding for childcare
  • Academic advising
  • Textbook loan
  • Supportive services

Passages Goal:

  • To provide supportive assistances for student retention

How to apply:

  1. Complete Passages Program application
  2. Make appointment with Passages Coordinator
  3. Interview and Application Approval
  4. Receive Passages Services

For more information please contact Derik Yellowhair

S.T.A.R.T. Achieving!

Student Transitions & Academic Readiness Training


Student Transitions And Academic Readiness Training (S.T.A.R.T.) is a program designed to support students in the achievement of their educational goals. S.T.A.R.T. participants recieve training in areas needed to navigate college with confidence and skills to help with a successful transition into a career or a four-year university.


What Are The Benefits Of Participation?

  • Develop the skills needed to navigate college operations (registering for classes, using college technology, etc.)
  • Enhance leadership skills and find out about student involvement opportunities
  • Professional development and job search preparation
  • Prepare for transfer to a university

Checkout the workshops we are offering this semester


All workshops are offered in room 111 and are an hour in length

Fall 2016 semester:


S.T.A.R.T. on the Best Path in September!
Orienting Students to College
How to Use Canvas 8/30 @ 3 pm 9/2 @ 11 am 9/6 @ 3 pm 9/9 @ 11 am
Calculator Skills 9/7 @ 2:30 pm  9/15 @ 11:30 am
Navigating the myCCC portal 9/20 @ 2:30 9/21 @ 11:30 am
Major and Career Exploration 9/27 @ 2:30 pm  9/29 @ 11:30 am


Jump S.T.A.R.T. Your Life in October!
Workshops to improve life skills:

Note Taking and Text Reading Skills 10/4 @ 2:30 pm  10/12 @ 11:30 am
Resume Building and Refinement 10/18 @ 2:30 pm
Financial Literacy and Save2Learn 10/25 @ 2:30 pm 10/26 @ 11:30 am

Also starting this month: Write-On! (see below)


S.T.A.R.T. Planning Ahead to Finish Strong in November!
Preparation Workshops
Completing the FAFSA 11/2 @ 11:30 am
Resume Building and Refinement 11/8 @ 2:30 pm  11/10 @ 11:30 am
Navigating the myCCC portal 11/3 @ 11:30 am 11/30 @ 2:30 pm
Studying for Finals 11/15 @ 2:30 pm 11/16 @ 11:30 am 11/29 @ 2:30 pm
Transfer Day 11/17 @ 11:30 am - 1:30 pm (in the Commons)


Write-On: Weekly Workshops Devoted to Refining Student Writing Skills

Kick-Off Event 10/13 & 10/17(Series ends 12/5 & 12/8)


Please click below to view the schedule for Write-on:



Are You Interested In Facilitating A Workshop?

If you are a faculty or staff member interested in facilitating a workshop fill out the call for presenters form and return it to


For More Information Contact:
Student Services Reception

New Student Orientation provides you with a foundation of skills needed to get a good start on your college education. Topics covered include:

  • Connections to campus services
  • Campus tour
  • College technology (college ID/login, email, student information system, online course management system, etc.)
  • Planning for success
  • Financial planning



Students new to CCC are invited to attend one of the following in-person orientation sessions before the start of the Spring 2017. Orientation is the first START session that students can attend each academic year and helps you get started on the right track for a successful fall semester.  For more information about the START program please visit the START program.



Orientation @ Lone Tree Campus

Day Month


Wednesday January 11th 9:00 am - 12:00 pm 125
Thursday January 12th 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm 125
Friday January 13th 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm 125

To register:


Fill out the following registration form. Save it to your computer and email it to or fax it to (928) 226-4103.


 New Student Orientation Registration Form


Questions about Orientation?

Contact Student Services Reception at (928) 226-4323 or 

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