Coconino Community College may count coursework that you've already taken toward a degree or certificate if:
- the coursework was completed at a higher education institution accredited by one of the following regional commissions: Middle States Commission on Higher Education, New England Commission of Higher Education, Higher Learning Commission (HLC), Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges, WASC Senior College and University Commission, Northwest Commission on Colleges.
- a grade of C or higher was earned in the course.
- the coursework or professional experience falls into one of the defined Credit for Prior Learning categories below.
How to Have Transfer Credit Evaluated at CCC
To have coursework taken outside of CCC evaluated for credit, please follow these three steps. Transfer credit evaluations take two to three weeks to complete.
In order for transcripts to be official, they must be sent directly from the institution you previously attended to CCC, or delivered in-person to any CCC campus in a sealed envelope (given to you by the institution).
- Paper transcripts can be mailed to:
Coconino Community College
Registration & Enrollment Services
2800 S. Lone Tree Road
Flagstaff, AZ 86005
Make sure your declared program of study is correct - you can view this in DegreeWorks and/or student self-service. Your transfer credit will be evaluated based on your declared program. If your declared program is incorrect, you can submit a Change of Major form.
Once an evaluation is complete, transferred credits will be posted in DegreeWorks and on your unofficial transcript in self-service (accessed through myCCC ). After reviewing how your transferred credit has been applied to your degree or certificate program, if you believe your coursework requires further evaluation, please review the options on the Request for Evaluation form. You may need to gather relevant course materials (such as course descriptions, outlines, or syllabi) for faculty review.
Credit for Prior Learning
Credit for Prior Learning is an evaluation of learning that occurred in a setting outside of a regionally-accredited college or university’s credit courses. This can include (but is not limited to) learning that took place in a non-regionally-accredited college or university’s credit courses, noncredit coursework, military training, on-the-job training, or registered apprenticeship programs.
Credit is awarded based on a passing score on a nationally recognized test - see the Exam Equivalency Guide in the CCC Catalog for qualifying scores and the credit awarded for:
- Advanced Placement (AP)
- Cambridge International Examinations (CIE)
- College Level Examination Program (CLEP)
- DANTES Subject Standardized Test (DSST)
- International Baccalaureate (IB)
To have exam scores evaluated for credit, students should request that an official score report be sent from the testing agency directly to CCC.
ACE (American Council on Education) makes recommendations for college credit for Military Training. Students who completed formal or on-the-job training in any branch of the US Military should have their military Joint Services Transcript released to CCC. CCC credit may then be awarded based on ACE recommendations.
Students who completed postsecondary education outside of the United States may have their foreign transcripts reviewed and translated by any organization affiliated with the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services ( NACES ). When requesting an evaluation of foreign credentials through a NACES agency, students should request that an official copy of the translation and evaluation be sent directly to CCC.
Possession of an industry license or credential is equivalent to achieving the learning outcomes of certain CCC courses. Standard course equivalencies for professional licenses and certifications are listed on the chart below. To have a professional license or certification reviewed for credit, students should submit a copy of their required documentation and a Request for Evaluation form to Registration & Enrollment Services.
|Professional License/Certification||CCC course||CCC credits||Documents Required|
|CIS - CompTIA A+ certification||CIS 130||5||CompTIA A+ certificate (granted directly from CompTIA) - must be current and unexpired|
|CIS - CompTIA Network+ certification||CIS 228||4||CompTIA A+ certificate (granted directly from CompTIA) - must be current and unexpired|
|CIS - CompTIA Security +||CIS 237||4||CompTIA A+ certificate (granted directly from CompTIA) - must be current and unexpired|
|CNA license||NUR 110&111||5||AZ CNA or LNA license copy - must be current and unexpired|
|CTM journeyman license||CTM 299||32||Journeyman's Certificate/Apprenticeship Training Card (issued by national union)|
|EMT certification||EMS 131||8||NREMT and/or other state certification (may be expired)|
|Fire Science - Hazmat||FSC 138||4||IFSAC, ProBoard or AZ DEMA Haz-Mat Awareness and Operations (may be expired)|
|Fire Science - FF I and II||FSC 180||8||IFSAC or Pro Board FF I and II (may be expired)|
|Fire Science - Occup Health & Safety||FSC 236||3||Incident Safety Officer AND Health and Safety Officer (may be expired)|
|Fire Science - Leader/Manager||FSC 239||4||IFSAC or Pro Board Fire Officer I AND Fire Officer II (may be expired)|
|Fire Science - Wildfire||FSC 233||4||ALL needed: S-130, S-190, I-100, I-700 (may be expired)|
|Fire Science - Chainsaws||FSC 243||4||S-212 (may be expired)|
|Fire Science- Wildland||FSC 253||4||ALL needed: FI-110, S-211, S-270 (may be expired)|
|Paramedic certification||EMS 262A,B,C||47||NREMT and/or other state certification (may be expired)|
Students who wish to have courses taken at an institution without regional accreditation reviewed by a CCC faculty member should submit their official transcripts directly to Registration & Enrollment Services. Students should gather all relevant course materials (including course descriptions, syllabi, completed assignments, examinations, etc.) and provide to appropriate faculty with the Request for Evaluation form. For assistance determining an appropriate faculty member, contact Advising or Registration & Enrollment Services.