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 your way to earning college credit.
Important Information for High School Students:
- COCC's Information for High School Students
- Is your high school paying for your concurrent enrollment courses through Expanded Options? Learn more about what you need to do if you are an Expanded Options student.
- Special note: High school students in Central Oregon 15 years and older are eligible to register in up to 19 credits per term at COCC. Students under the age of 15 can take up to two COCC classes per term and must complete a Special Admission for Students Under the Age of 15 form.
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 & you will not be registering for classes at this appointment).
Concurrent Enrollment: Complete a COCC application and pay the $25 one time, non-refundable application
Expanded Options and Advanced Diploma: Contact your high school counselor about which application process they require for program participation. Typically, you will need to either fill out a paper application and follow your high school's procedure to submit the application; or you can complete the online application and follow the steps outlined on the Expanded Options Information page.
Set up your COCC account by resetting your password.
Bobcat Welcome is an online introduction and takes approximately 30-60 minutes to complete.
After you are admitted and have your student ID number, then you are ready for placement.
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.
Questions? Please contact Admissions and Records at email@example.com or 541-383-7500.