To help keep you informed of coming deadlines and events, COCC will send you this
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Schedule of Classes
PREFERRED FIRST NAMES
COCC recognizes that many individuals prefer to use first names other than their
legal first name to identify themselves. In support of our commitment to creating
and sustaining a welcoming, safe and supportive environment, COCC provides students
the option to use a preferred name where possible. Please see our preferred name FAQ webpage for additional information.
Students are encouraged to resolve the issue with the appropriate faculty or staff
member. For academic concerns, this should begin with the instructor. If the student
is not comfortable discussing directly with the instructor, the student may initiate
the concern with the appropriate department chair. If the instructor is the current
department chair, the student may initiate the concern with the appropriate instructional
dean. For non-academic concerns, the student should bring the issue to the director
of Student Life for assistance in identifying the appropriate contact. For assistance
in identifying the appropriate faculty or staff member, contact the Office of Student
COCC provides two locations for students and employees to have access to a private
space for lactation purposes. Private, secure spaces are available in the Barber Library,
Room 226, and in Grandview Hall, 2nd floor bathroom/shower. Lactation Room hours and key information.
Paul Revere must have felt the weight of the moon that night. It was close to 11 p.m.
on April 18, 1775, with a nearly full moon brightening the cobbled streets of Boston,
and he would certainly be an easy mark for British patrols. Summoned to warn fellow
patriots of the Redcoats moving to arrest Samuel Adams and John Hancock in Lexington,
with their sights also set on seizing arms in Concord, Revere somehow slipped through
the patrols while riding out from Charlestown. By midnight, he had managed to ghost
himself all the way to Lexington while simultaneously raising the alarm. He then scarfed
down a meal and lit out for Concord, riding hard, the moon on his tail. In a frenzy
of hoofbeats, British riders suddenly converged. Revere was held, interrogated, had
his horse impounded, and released. A local patriot riding alongside him, Dr. Samuel
Prescott, managed to avoid capture by spurring his horse over a stonewall and making
a beeline for the militia in Concord. In the early morning hours, Revere, now on foot,
exhausted and fully aware of what had been set in motion, returned to Lexington in
time to hear what he later described as the “continual roar of musquetry (sic).” The
Revolutionary War was on—with the Declaration of Independence not far behind. Have
a happy, safe Fourth of July, ‘cats.
IMPORTANT DATES AND DEADLINES
July 4: Fourth of July, all campuses will be closed.
SUMMER TERM DEADLINES
July 6, 1 p.m.: Tuition payment deadline and end of refund for full-term classes.
Aug. 10, 1 p.m.: Last day to drop full-term classes with no grade on transcript. Last
day to change to/from audit or add classes.
FALL TERM REGISTRATION
Students continuing from Spring term
Registration for Fall term is now open. If you are not yet registered, we encourage
you to do so right away! Check to see if you have an advising or other requirement
in your Bobcat Web Account (go to Student Services, Registration, and “Can I Register?”). If you have an advising
requirement, you should e-mail your advisor with information about your degree goal
and class selection. However, faculty advisors are not on contract during the summer
and many are inaccessible. In that case, contact CAP Services at 383-7200 for advising.
Registration opens at 8 a.m. on July 11 for degree-seeking students who are first-time
students during Summer term and wish to register for Fall term (non-degree-seeking
students can register beginning Sept. 5). Check to see if you have an advising or
other requirement in your Bobcat Web Account (go to Student Services, Registration, and “Can I Register?”). If you have an advising
requirement, contact CAP Services at 383-7200 for an appointment.
The 2018-19 FAFSA/ORSAA is available for students who plan to attend COCC between July 1, 2018, and June
30, 2019. Students not eligible to complete the FAFSA may apply for the ORSAA. A completed
ORSAA is required for students who may be eligible for the Oregon Opportunity Grant,
Oregon Promise, OSAC scholarships and the COCC Foundation scholarship. Attend a FAFSA/ORSA workshop for help.
COCC FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS DEADLINE COMING UP: JULY 15
The Foundation offers nearly 400 awards each year totaling $1.5 million. A little
application time can go a long way. The COCC Foundation Scholarship application is
available through your Bobcat Web Account.
Students currently receiving a Foundation Scholarship may be eligible for renewal
if they met all the criteria in their original acceptance letter; students who qualify
for renewal do not need to complete a new Foundation Scholarship application. Renewal
letters are mailed in early July.
FALL TERM PRIORITY DEADLINE
If you’re attending Fall term, Financial Aid will give priority consideration to
those students completing and submitting their requirements by Aug. 15.
A ROOM WITH A VIEW
Find a home at Wickiup Hall! The residence hall is filling fast, so act now. Room
and board rates for 2018-19 start at $3,590 per term. Learn more or apply for residence hall living.
HEALTH CAREERS IN FOCUS
Check out the rewarding world of nursing at one of the program’s three upcoming Nursing Program info sessions: July 6 (Bend), July 16 (Redmond), and July 18 (Bend).
A COMPUTER LAB NEAR YOU
Check the Summer Computer Lab Hours for all campuses.
Pioneer: Monday-Thursday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Boyle Education Center: Monday-Thursday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Redmond Technology Center: Monday-Thursday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
THE ART OF TEACHING
Visit the Barber Library Rotunda Gallery from June 25 to Aug. 24 to explore a beautiful
display of artwork by COCC’s Continuing Education instructors. The exhibit includes
watercolor and acrylic paintings, mixed media and photography. For information on
art classes, visit Continuing Education.
WHERE CARS AND CLIMATE CHANGE INTERSECT—EXHIBIT EXTENDED THRU JULY 31
The Pence Pinckney Gallery is exhibiting the work of mixed-media and installation-oriented
artist Bill Cravis, an assistant professor at the college, through July 31. “Happy
Campers” features a four-channel video display examining America’s car culture and
an exploration of the daily ritual of coffee drinking. Summer hours are 11 a.m. to
5 p.m., Wednesday through Friday, or by appointment via firstname.lastname@example.org.
For current information about COCC, please visit the COCC Website.
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