COVID-19 * Student Resources

Your Student Resources During COVID-19

In our remote environment, CMC understands how important it is for students to have quick access to the resources that are available to them. CMC has created a Quick Resource Guide or see below a specific area of need, and click the plus sign to view the information.

Click on plus sign (+) to view each resource page
Canvas Support

If your classes have moved online and you’re new to Canvas, we encourage you to watch these Canvas Student Overview videos. They are short, helpful, and will have you learning in no time! #OnlineLearning

If your class is moving online, download the Canvas Student app via the IOS App Store or Google Play to access courses on your mobile device. If you need help navigating, this video has useful tips: #OnlineLearning

Canvas support for students will be provided by the Distance Education Office. Please contact Lisa Larson at or 760-366-5201 ext. 5401.

More about Distance Education (click here)

Contacting the college, your instructor, or your counselor

To locate an instructor or counselor please click here for the staff directory.
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The Chancellor’s Office is committed to providing resources to support individual community colleges and their students that are now working in a whole new way – online only.

Browse some common questions and answers by clicking here.

Keep checking the site as it is updated daily.


By appointment only 

760-366-3791 or 760-366-5201 ext. 5861;

  • Service for students with a verified disability
  • Provides services and accommodations that allow students equitable opportunity to complete educational goals and participate in programs and activities on campus
  • Provides Alternative Media and equipment for ACCESS students
  • Assist students with self-advocacy, disability and academic counseling

Admissions & Records

by appointment only 

760-366-3791 or 760-366-5201 ext. 4232; admissions&

  • Assists students with Application and Orientation
  • Processes transcript requests and official evaluations
  • Assists with registration: adding/dropping classes
  • Schedules counseling appointments




760-366-3791 or 760-366-5201 ext. 5272;

  • Textbooks, Supplies, Apparel (Clothing), Snacks, Candy, Soda, Gifts, and more
  • Textbooks are sold New and Used and book rental available on certain titles
  • Price matching is offered on textbooks (some restrictions apply)

Campus Experience

760-366-3791 or 760-366-5201 ext. 5895;

  • Aids first-year students in their transition to CMC
  • Provides educational opportunities and academic support outside of the classroom
  • Provides students with resources, information, and activities that will increase their success and involvement at Copper Mountain College

760-366-3791 or 760-366-5201 ext. 5809;

  • Serves students who are receiving the adult portion of cash aid
  • Provides supportive services such as counseling, work-study and gas/bus passes.

Career Services

760-366-3791 or 760-366-5201 ext 5883;

  • Support students with career needs
  • Provides help finding a job or internship
  • Assists with resume, cover letter, and interview skills

Cashiers Office

760-366-3791 or 760-366-5201 ext. 5312;

  • Students can make a single payment for the term balance or enroll in a payment plan available for the term/semester
  • Payments can be made from a bank account or using a credit or debit card
  • To pay your tuition log on to your MyCMC Portal, go to Coyote Tracks, click financial information, in the drop-down menu click on “View Account and Make Payments”.


Students who are part of a program (ACCESS, CalWORKs, EOPS/CARE, Foster Youth, Military Affiliated, or Veteran Services), should contact that program to schedule a counseling appointment. General Students can schedule a counseling appointment with Admissions and Records.

Students are encouraged to meet with a counselor at least once per semester. Counselors are available to assist you with:

  • Choosing a Major
  • Career Counseling
  • Transfer Counseling
  • Developing a Student Education Plan (SEP)
  • Developing & Improving Social & Interpersonal Skills
  • Improving Self-Understanding, Motivation, Time-Management Skills
  • Assistance and Support with Problem-Solving


760-366-3791 or 760-366-5201 ext. 4247 or ext 5806;

  • Serves low-income, first generation students
  • Provides over and above educational support services such as counseling, book services, supplies and parking permits.

Financial Aid

760-366-3791 or 760-366-5201 ext. 4235;

  • Information on Federal, State and Institutional grants and scholarships to students of CMC
  • Details on Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) Policies to maintain receipt of aid
  • Assistance with application process for FAFSA
  • Information on when funds are disbursed and how units affect disbursement

CARES Act Student Aid & Expenditure Reporting
Foster Youth

760-366-3791 or 760-366-5201 ext.5810 or 5809;

  • Serves current or former foster youth
  • Provides educational support and services such as counseling, food cards and gas/bus passes.
Greenleaf Library

Students need to have an appointment to utilize the Library resources such as: the internet, research, and study rooms.  When in the Library the guidelines for social distancing and masking wearing are required. 

Greenleaf Library Appointments – or 760-366-5201 ext. 5293.

The Greenleaf Library Support – or 760-366-5201 ext. 5293.

  • Computer use and internet access
  • Access to copying and printing
  • Reserve copies of textbooks available in the library
  • Online workshops available

Link to the Greenleaf Library web page (click here).

Mental Health

CMC offers FREE, unlimited access to therapists and doctors in a virtual, telehealth format.
To access the free medical and mental health telehealth services, please visit: follow the steps as prompted.

  • Enter your name exactly as it appears on your Student ID
  • Enter your Student ID when prompted for your Member ID
  • Enter your Student Email when creating your new account
  • Schedule your free telehealth session with one of our licensed providers

Morongo Basin Resources:

Valley STAR Crisis-Walk In Center
7293 Dumosa Ave #2, Yucca Valley, CA 92284

Valley STAR Crisis Walk-In Center in Victorville
12240 Hesperia Rd Suite A, Victorville, CA 92395
(760) 245-8837

Morongo Oasis Center Crisis Residential Treatment (CRT)
60805 29 Palms Hwy, Joshua Tree, CA 92252

Riverside County Resources:
24 Hr Mental Health Urgent Care
Riverside: 9990 County Farm Rd. Riverside, CA 92503 (951) 509-2499
Palm Springs: 2500 N Palm Canyon Dr, Suite # A4 Palm Springs, CA 92262 (442) 268-7000

The Suicide National Hotline Prevention number is 800-273-TALK.

Military Affiliated Services

760-830-6133 or 760-366-5201 ext. 4368;

  • Support services for Military affiliated students
  • Academic advising, counseling, registration
  • Tuition Assistance and MyCAA processing
  • MASP Military Academic Skills Program
  • CMC Military Base office aboard MCAGCC

Scholarships at CMC

  • During the spring semester each year, current CMC students are invited to submit a single scholarship application for all CMC-sponsored scholarships, for the following academic year.
  • A college-wide committee reviews the applications and announces scholarship recipients by June 30th.
  • Applications and Recommendations were due Friday, April 1, 2022 before 3pm

Student Success Center Information

760-366-3791 or 760-366-5201 ext. 4246;

  • High School Completion Program
  • GED Preparation
  • ESL Courses Refresher courses in various subjects
  • MASP Military Academic Skills Program
  • Test Proctoring

For Information about the GED or High School Completion programs click here

For Information about the English as a Second Language program click here

Transfer Center

760-366-3791 or 760-366-5201 ext. 5961;

  • Information and assistance with transfer process
  • Application workshops for transfer
  • Transfer Admissions Guarantee information to 4-year universities University tours

Tutoring / Learning Resource Center

By appointment only.

  • Free tutoring in many subject areas for enrolled students
  • Staffed by faculty and student tutors
  • One-on-one, virtual assistance with homework
  • Assistance with lessons, concepts, and study skills

Register for online tutoring through your MyCMC Portal

For all questions or concerns, please contact Heidi Gibbons, LRC Coordinator, at

General Resources from the Chancellors Office

For #FosterYouth: iFoster is distributing cell phones to foster youth & John Burton Advocates for Youth is working with iFoster to distribute laptops. Contact your #CA #Commcollege campus for details:

Para #JovenesenCrianzaTemporal: iFoster está distribuyendo teléfonos celulares a jóvenes en crianza temporal y John Burton Advocates for Youth está trabajando con iFoster para distribuir computadores portátiles. Contacte su colegio comunitario local para detalles.

The @USEdGov has issued guidance clarifying that work study payments may continue in the event of a school closure and other clarifications related to financial aid policies:

El Departamento de Educación ha distribuido orientaciones clarificando que los pagos de los programas de empleo para estudiantes pueden continuar in evento que una escuela se cierre y otras clarificaciones en relación de políticas de ayuda financiera. @USEdGov

#DYK @UHaul is offering 30 days of free storage for college students ( & Comcast and @GetSpectrum are offering free Wi-Fi to households with students (

#DYK @UHaul está ofreciendo 30 días de almacenamiento gratuitos para estudiantes universitarios- Y @Comcast y @GetSpectrum están ofreciendo Wi-Fi gratuito a los hogares con estudiantes.

#DYK: @Enterprise has dropped their minimum rental age to 18 for university students needing to get back home. #StudentResources

@Enterprise ha bajado su edad mínima a 18 años de edad para estudiantes universitarios que necesitan regresar a su casa.

California Volunteers

Every Californian can safely help their community with COVID-19 during these difficult times. Learn more about how you can make a difference, from supporting food banks and shelters to volunteering and more: @CalVolunteers

Cada Californiano puede ayudar su comunidad con COVID-19 en forma segura durante estos tiempos difíciles. Aprende como usted pueda hacer la diferencia, por ejemplo, apoyando bancos de alimentos y refugios hasta servicios voluntarios y más. @CalVolunteers

Every Californian can safely help their community w/COVID-19 during these difficult times. Learn more about how you can make a difference: @CalVolunteers

Cada Californiano puede ayudar su comunidad con COVID-19 en forma segura durante estos tiempos difíciles. Aprende como usted pueda hacer la diferencia: @CalVolunteers