Residency

The question of residency must be asked of each student at the time of admission. It is the student’s responsibility to provide documentation to the College to establish residency.  When completing an application for admission, students will be asked to provide documentation of the following: identity, lawful presence in the US, and domicile.  All three categories must be fulfilled in order for CCC to determine residency.  Residency classification determines tuition costs (current rates can be found on the Tuition Pricing page).

 

Coconino Community College is supported by Coconino County taxpayers; the lowest in-district tuition rate reflects their contributions. Residency classification policy is defined by the CCC District Governing Board according to Arizona State law.

 

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Definitions, Exceptions, and Frequently Asked Questions