Welcome to Spring 2021 - Be Stellar, Be Safe
Coconino Community College offers three instruction methods to deliver the best possible learning environments for students during the COVID-19 pandemic.
For Spring 2021, we will be gradually reintroducing in-person classes at CCC. Although most of our classes will still be offered online through Zoom and Canvas, we will be making a limited number of classes available to take in person on our Lone Tree, Fourth Street, and Page campuses. Social distancing, masks, and other health measures will be in place to protect students and instructors. If an in-person class that you want to take fills up, we invite you to take advantage of our new waitlist feature to save "a place in line" if a seat in the class opens up.
Meet by Zoom on scheduled dates and times. Instructors will provide schedule and links to the videoconferencing sessions.
No set meeting days and times. Students work at their own pace with weekly due dates for assignments through Canvas.
Students meet at designated campus location on the days and times listed for course.
Part Online, Part In-Person
Part Zoom, Part Online
The Spring 2021 schedule will be published on Monday, November 2, and advisors are available to help you choose the right classes. Priority registration for continuing students also begins on November 2 with general registration for new and returning students starting a week later, so start planning now to take classes at CCC in the spring!
Course start dates remain the same
First day is Monday, Jan. 11
Masks and self-checks are required for everyone
All are required to wear masks, check in with Security desks for contact-less temperature checks, and CCC Self-Check Protocol.
CCC Lanyard and ID
Students and employees will be asked to wear a lanyard and their CCC ID upon entering buildings. Verification of one-time waiver completion will be added to lanyards for convenient Security desk check-in.
Social distancing required
Keep 6 feet between you and others at all times
Areas dedicated for student access to technology and Internet on all three campuses. View the Comet Connection page for more information.
Canvas for all students
The Canvas learning management system will be used for all courses
Computer labs are open for enrolled student use
For computer lab and help desk hours, view the Help Desk Hours page
WiFi is available in all campus parking lots
For more information, view the myCCC WiFi page
Laptop Checkouts are available
For students who do not have access to a computer, for more information view the myCCC Student Technology Information page
Children/Family Members and Pets
We ask that students and employees come to campus by themselves to reduce the risk of exposure to your loved ones and to the campus community. Pets must be registered with Human Resources or Disability Resources.
Videoconferencing courses are delivered through the Zoom video conferencing tool. This tool allows instructors to conduct classes online through a desktop client or a mobile app. Students may join a Zoom class anywhere with their smartphone, tablet, or computer with an active Internet connection. To participate, users must have a microphone, webcam and speakers
Mute Yourself When Not Speaking
Minimize any unwanted noises
Not everyone in your area may want to learn Biology
Be Aware of Your Surroundings
Wear pants, mute phone's notifications, politely ask your dog not to bark
Don't Talk Over Each Other
Use Chat or Emoticons to convey information instead of interrupting, Dave.
Arrive Early / Test Before
Check internet speed, microphone, and webcam before your class starts
Zoom is new to most users this semester, it may take time to master
Zoom-Hosted Information & Tutorials
- Zoom EDU for Students
- Schedule a Meeting
- Screen Share & Annotation
- Recording a Zoom Meeting
- Quick Troubleshooting Steps
Have any issues or questions about Zoom? Contact the ITS Help Desk.
Automated Wait Lists are here! Trying to register for a class but it's full?
When searching for courses or attempting to register, you may see that the course is "closed" or "waitlisted". If you see this, you can secure a spot in line by adding yourself to the waitlist for that course. If a spot becomes available in the course it will be offered to the first student on the waitlist. That student will be automatically notified at their CCC student email address and will have 24 hours to register. If the student does not register by the deadline - or decides to drop themselves from the wait list - the spot will be offered to the next student on the waitlist.
For a step-by-step guide on wait listing, check out our Wait List How-To instructions.