Douglas, AZ
Tuition (in-state)
$6,960 ($1,680)
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Reviews 200 total reviews with an average rating of 3.6

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3 College Junior

Overall Experience: I chose this school primarily out of necessity.

3 College Junior

Online Courses: Online courses are not my favorite, but so far with the online classes I have taken at this school I have not had any major issues.

1 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: I have had so many problems with this schools financial aid office. I was required to transfer in all of my transcripts from other schools and from the military which gave me too many credits to receive financial aid so I had to do a ton of paperwork and a max credit appeal, but then because their plan for me didn't give me the necessary amount of credits to receive 100% of my GI Bill I had to become a double major. Then they told me they don't allow people to double major and receive financial aid--even though this is not stated anywhere on any paperwork or on their websites financial aid requirements. So even though I am eligible for Pell Grant and Student loans I am not allowed to receive them. Also because financial aid does not communicate with the GI Bill, if I do receive a grant it goes to my tuition and I have to wait for GI Bill to come in to get a refund for my tuition.

3 College Junior

Facilities: I think the primary thing that sets this school apart is the fact that it is an accredited school with a 2 year RN program.

2 College Junior

Career Services: So far I have not seen any career center, alumni network, or job opportunities from this school. The nursing program did provide a career fair.

2 College Junior

Campus Resources: The student center has a cafeteria, coffee shop, and bookstore--none of which are open on the weekends. Also, none of them offer very healthy menu options for students to choose from. The library is probably one of the best things the school has. They have many computers and study rooms available for students even for a few hours on the weekends. There is an athletic center but it is not open to all students. You are only allowed to use the athletic center if you are assigned a physical education class (which are not covered by GI bill or financial aid unless they pertain to your degree plan).

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: The computer labs are decent, you can usually get on a computer without having to wait. Printing on campus is done through the WEPA printing system which typically works okay. One problem I have with it is that your campus account on WEPA does not connect with any additional money you put onto your WEPA account so most of the time you end up with money on there that you can't use because you don't have enough for all of the pages on one account and you can't pay soem from one and some from the other.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: Since this school is one of the few schools that offer a 2 year RN program, they still must teach all of the necessary information to pass the NCLEX, and cram it into 2 years. Therefore, the workload is exceedingly difficult and time consuming. We do have the opportunity to work with some of the most up to date technology with the SIMS man.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: The professors and advisers for the nursing program are excellent!! They will make time to have one-on-one meetings with you, review your exams, or just talk with you if you need it. The curriculum is fast paced and the information is not easy, however, it is doable. As far as class registration goes it is usually hassle free but can occasionally be difficult due to the financial aid process and how financial aid clashes with GI Bill at this school.

3 College Junior

Student Body: In the nursing program none of us have lives so if we want social interaction it is usually with other people in the nursing program. In other courses I've taken people are more likely to show up for class and not really hang out with others from class.

3 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: Since I am in the nursing program I actually had to sign a statement of understanding that stated that nursing school comes first and that all prior work commitments would have to be scheduled around nursing school.

4 College Freshman

Academic Experience: There are many classes offered at Cochise College and with different hours to fit one's schedule.

3 College Freshman

Academic Experience: Right now I am currently taking my basic studies and I plan to further my education on Architecture in a different school.

3 College Freshman

Career Services: There are a lot of post-grad services at Cochise College. The Career Advisors there really help one in finding the courses required, schools one should attend to, and many other things like that.

3 College Freshman

Facilities: The Cochise College campus in Nogales is a bit small unlike many other universities or colleges. The class rooms are a good size for 20-30 people. We have a student union where we can either study or talk with one another. There is not much to this college ,but there is a science lab and 3-4 computer labs as well. Everybody talks to each other outside of school and we hang out when we can.

4 Recent Alumnus

Overall Experience: Cochise is a great school to get started in college. It has all of the general education classes as well a some good specific degree courses. Education, Math, Science, Computers, Art, and Nursing degrees are available.
The unique student body lends to everyone going at their own pace. Their are traditional and non-traditional students as well as military students all attending courses. Classes are small enough that instructors learn students names and can give individual attention if needed.

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4 College Student

Online Courses: I dont have any online courses but the majority of my homework is done online , the accessibility is great and I am able to communicate easily with my instructor.

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4 College Student

Tuition & Financial Aid: From what I have been told the cost I am paying is average for a community college, I do believe that I am
getting my moneys worth here.

1 person found this useful Report
4 College Student

Overall Experience: I really like how the students openly interact with each other and how easy it is to make friend's.

1 person found this useful Report
College Student

Facilities: Since this is my first experience with attending a college I cant give a fair review.

1 person found this useful Report
5 College Student

Academic Experience: So far I am only attending one class but I will be signing up for more classes this spring. The mathematics class
I am attending is very well planned for the students, the teachers and aides are knowlegable and attentive.

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3 College Student

Academic Experience: I haven't been able to really explore alot of the above mentioned, only that class registration is straight forward and easy.

5 College Student

Career Services: This is my first time ever attending a community college and so far I have been very pleased with
the overall experience. The school grounds are always clean and well kept, the class room have plenty
of space and the most current technology and more importantly the teachers are awesome!

4 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: the Athletic center was renovated, old equipment but everything woks, one big library with many resources, lots of campus activities.

4 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: Really good network, just upgraded a few months ago, wireless connection all around campus.


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