Clovis Community College was originally established in 1961 as a branch campus of Eastern New Mexico University. It became a locally-controlled, locally-governed independent community college upon approval of district voters in 1990. The college now occupies approximately 100 acres of land with a modern $25 million facility, including the Dr. W. D. Dabbs Library and the Dr. H. A. Miller Student Services Center.
Offering a wide range of degree programs and occupational programs, the College serves over 4,000 students each year. Clovis Community College promotes the success of learners by providing opportunities to:
- Gain general educational development through courses in arts, humanities, language, mathematics, physical education, sciences, and social sciences;
- Complete programs of study that will lead to the attainment of certificates and associate degrees;
- Complete courses of study that will lead toward the successful completion of a baccalaureate degree;
- Receive career education that will enhance job skills;
- Improve educational skills through programs in Adult Basic Education, English as a Second Language, and developmental education;
- Receive services that support individual development in a learner-centered environment; and
- Experience lifelong learning through programs of community services, multicultural awareness, and continuing education.
CCC offers a variety of non-credit courses for adults as well as a vibrant Kid’s College. It also supports the Clovis community and surrounding region with a variety of distance education, online learning, workforce training and Small Business Development Center services.
Clovis Community College’s institutional accreditation has been continued by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools for a period of ten years—the maximum duration possible.