iCOC Passport Program

Want a great way to escape the SCV without crushing your travel budget?

Want to get a flavor of what life might be like for people living in places far far away?

Want to meet people as curious as you?

Want to see things few have seen before, right here on the COC campus?


Then hook-up with the iCOC Passport game, go to foriegn countries, experience interesting ideas, meet interesting people,

and win win win mystery raffle prizes!


·         Pick-up a iCOC Passport document from the International Services & Programs office front desk. 
v  Our office hours are Monday-Thursday 9-4.  Friday 9-12.
v  We are located in the Student Support Center building.  It is located across from the iCUE (Culinary Institute) building that is under construction by parking lot 14.
·         Attend any event on Campus that has an “International Flavor.”
v  See the list below for examples, but you are the judge.
·         Participate in the event to the best of your ability.  Really immerse yourself!
·         Enter the name of the event into your passport.  Have the event coordinator sign for your participation.
·         Turn in your passport to our office by November 20th for entrance into the raffle.
·         Attend the iCOC thank you meeting on November 25th.   Check back here in October for more details.

September 5th 8:00
 The Rocket
 A boy who is believed to bring bad luck leads his family (and a couple of ragged misfits) through Laos to find a new home. After a calamity-filled journey through a land scarred by war, the boy builds a giant rocket to prove he's not cursed and to enter the most lucrative but dangerous competition of the year: a rocket festival.
September 19th
 The Grand Budapest Hotel
 The adventures of Gustave H, a legendary concierge at a famous European hotel between the wars, and Zero Moustafa, the lobby boy who becomes his most trusted friend.
Saturday, September 20, 2014, 8 pm
Celebrate National Hispanic Month with one of Mexico’s most prestigious musical institutions, featuring renowned guitarist and guest conductor Angel Romero. From within the orchestra’s ranks, Mariachi music will also be featured, as well as celebrated Mexican guest artists including 12-year-old piano prodigy Daniela Liebman.