You are a High School Student if you are currently in high school and ready to take college credit at the same
Follow these steps if you plan to take classes on a COCC Campus while still in high school.
Central Oregon high school students 15 years and older* are eligible to register in up to 19 credits at COCC.
- Students are fully responsible for complying with all the policies and procedures of the College as outlined in the "Information for High School Students" flier.
- Although members of the College staff can provide academic advising, they cannot interpret high school requirements or act in a supervisory role
*Note: Students under the age of 15 can take up to two COCC classes per term. Students must complete a Special Admission for Students Under the Age of 15 form (pdf).
Welcome! We're happy you're here. Getting started at COCC is easy and we're here to help you succeed! Just follow these steps and you'll be on the path to a great education.
Have questions? Watch an overview of your enrollment steps or sign up for an optional Getting Started Appointment where an Admissions Coordinator will support you through the COCC enrollment process. (Important: this is not academic advising).
Concurrent Enrollment: Complete a COCC application and pay the $25 one time, non-refundable application
Expanded Options and Advanced Diploma: You will need to fill out a paper application. Contact your high school counselor about application forms and procedures.
Set up your COCC account by resetting your password.
Bobcat Welcome is an online introduction and takes approximately 30-60 minutes to complete.
High school students typically take a placement test in their high school. Contact your high school counselor for placement tests in your school. If you wish to take your placement test at COCC, you can make a reservation online. Give yourself time to review and prepare, which could save you time and money.
Did you select the Degree Seeking option on your application?
Then you are required to attend Bobcat Advising and Registration. After your placement test, sign up for your Bobcat Advising and Registration appointment. Here you will meet with an advisor and register for classes.
Did you select the Non-Degree Seeking option on your application?
You do not need to attend Bobcat Advising and Registration. After you have completed the placement test and registration has started for non-degree seeking students, you can register for classes through your Bobcat Web Account.
For assistance, please contact Admissions and Records at firstname.lastname@example.org or 541-383-7500.