Tohono O'odham
Kekel Ha-Maṣcamakuḍ

S-ke:g Tas:
 

This is a public service announcement from Tohono O’odham Community College.

 

TOCC in the time of coronavirus – March 30, 2020 Update

TOCC resumed spring semester with online classes only on March 30. TOCC campus and sites are closed to the public and to students at this time.

To repeat: all courses are now online.  College campus and library are closed to the public and to students.

Staff and instructors have been contacting students with details. They have not been able to connect with all students though. Please make contact with TOCC by calling Daun Hume at 520-383-0086. Leave a message and she will get back to you.

Check out TOCC’s posts on Facebook too.  Students needing assistance for online classes should email Dean Naomi Tom at ntom@tocc.edu and she will help link you up with the resources you need, including information about iPad and laptop availability.

TOCC wishes you good health and courage as we go forward together in these difficult times.

Sincerely,

 

Paul Robertson

President

Tohono O'odham
Kekel Ha-Maṣcamakuḍ

Tohono O'odham community college

COVID-19 Awareness

S-ke:g Tas: This is a public service announcement from Tohono O’odham Community College. TOCC in the time of coronavirus - March 30, 2020 Update TOCC resumed spring semester with online classes only on March 30. TOCC campus and sites are closed to the public and to students at this time. To repeat: all courses are now online.  College campus and library are closed to the public and to students. Staff and instructors have been contacting students with details. They have not been able to connect with all students though. Please make contact with TOCC by calling Daun Hume at 520-383-0086. Leave a message and she will get back to you. Check out TOCC’s posts on Facebook too.  Students needing assistance for online classes should email Dean Naomi Tom at ntom@tocc.edu and she will help link you up with the resources you need, including information about iPad and laptop availability. TOCC wishes you good health and courage as we go forward together in these difficult times. Sincerely,   Paul Robertson President

Tohono O'odham
Kekel Ha-Maṣcamakuḍ

Tohono O'odham community college

Tohono O'odham Community College, the Desert People's College, is a two-year institution for individuals from all walks of life who want to further their education. TOCC primarily serves the residents of the Tohono O’odham Nation, but anyone pursuing a higher education is welcome to attend.

Tohono O'odham
Kekel Ha-Maṣcamakuḍ

Tohono O'odham community college

Tohono O'odham Community College is a two-year college for individuals from all walks of life who want to further their education. TOCC primarily serves the residents of the Tohono O’odham Nation, but anyone pursuing a higher education is welcome to attend.

Welcome To Tohono O'odham
Community College

Welcome to Tohono O’odham Community College, the southernmost tribal college in the United States. TOCC is in the heart of the great Sonoran Desert, home to the Tohono O’odham (Desert People). Like its 36 sister colleges in the tribal college movement, TOCC provides quality “mainstream education” plus an experience rich in culture, language, and tradition.

Spring 2020 Student Information

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Nia, oya g t-taccui am hab e-ju:

See our dream fulfilled.

Campus Locations

Tohono O'odham Community College
S-cuk Du'ag Maṣcamakuḍ
"Main Campus"

Arizona Highway 86, Milepost 125.5 N. Please look out for the TOCC campus signs.

Tohono O'odham Community College
Komckuḍ ʼE-Wa:ʼosidk Maṣcamakuḍ
"Central Campus"

Arizona Highway 86, Milepost 115.5 North, behind Indian Oasis Elementary School – Intermediate Campus

Tohono O'odham Community College
Wiṣag Koṣ Maṣcamakuḍ
"West Campus"

Mile Marker 111 on Highway 86, just west of Sells, Arizona at the former Tohono O'odham Career Center