Oregon Coast Community College enrolls students 16 years of age and older. Under unusual circumstances, a student under sixteen years of age may be admitted. The College has developed an underage student admission’s policy and procedure to ensure students benefit from the educational services of the College. A complete copy of OCCC’s underage student admissions policy is available at Student Services and all centers.
Prospective underage students must complete an underage student admissions application which includes:
All underage student admissions require the approval of the Dean of Instruction before the student can officially register. For admission to non-credit community education classes, the student must submit a written request and a letter from a parent or guardian before approval by the Dean of Instruction. The Underage Student Admissions policy is not used for admission to Adult Basic Education (ABE) or General Education Development (GED) classes as those programs require students to be at least sixteen years of age.
Underage student applicants and their parents/guardians recognize that: