Academic Advising

Academic Advising - Get the most

Explore

Educational Pathways
COCC offers you a variety of degree and certificate options based on your educational goals. Where do you fit?

Career and Technical Education (CTE)
Prepares you to enter the workforce in a specific field with specific skills

Transfer from COCC
Prepares you to transfer to a Bachelor's degree program at a college or university

Exploratory
Allows you to explore the different programs and majors if you are undecided

 

Are you new to COCC?

Follow the Getting Started steps online!

Plan

Registration Each Term
Prepare for your advisor meeting, select courses, and answer common questions about registering

Your Progress
Use GradTracks to track your progress towards your degree and answer questions about your audit

Degree Requirements
Locate degree requirements and create an academic plan

Graduation
Start planning two terms prior to earning your degree and certificate

 

Important Advising Updates

 

Individual advising and New Student Advising sessions are full for the fall term. If you still need academic advising for fall, CAP Services will be hosting drop-in advising on Friday, September 21 starting at 9am in our Bend and Redmond offices. Drop-in advising is on a first-come, first-served basis, and wait times can sometimes be prolonged, so please be patient. 

 

Resources and Tools

About Advising
New Student Workbook
GradTracks
Registration Resources
Financial Resources
Trade Act Reference Materials
Advising Video Tutorials

2017-18 Academic Advising Manual

2016-17 Technology Tips for Advisors

Quick links

COCC Catalogs
Student Forms/Worksheets Dates and Deadlines