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College Credit Program (CCP) Concurrent Enrollment

By enrolling in the CCP you:
  • earn college credit for your classes
  • may earn high school credit (check with your counselor)
  • complete your university degree earlier by earning transferable college credit at College of Marin.

College of Marin’s curriculum is equivalent to courses offered for the first two years at the University of California and California State University systems. Each year hundreds of high school students like you enroll in a variety of College of Marin classes, including foreign languages, science, dance, art, music, social sciences, and more. If you are not planning to transfer to a four-year university, consider enrolling in one of our workforce preparation programs such as: business, multimedia, court reporting, medical assisting, or accounting among others.

Registration Dates

SUMMER SESSION 2014: jUNE 16-July 26 April

Open registration for Summer Session for all students. High school students who apply, meet with a counselor & submit their CCP form prior to April 28 will be able to register online starting on April 28.

Starting April 28
Fall SEMESTER 2014: August 18 - DEcember 13 May

Concurrently enrolled High School Students begin registering. High school students who apply, meet with a counselor & submit their CCP form prior to May 19 will be able to register online starting on May 19.

Starting May 19

Welcome to Parents/Guardians and Students from the Dean of Enrollment Services

Dear Parents/Guardians;

I would like to take this opportunity to welcome you and your child to the College of Marin.

The admissions and enrollment processing of concurrently enrolled students requires your child to comply with various components of “matriculation”.  Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations and state mandated matriculation regulations outline the minimum standards for all California Community Colleges. These standards are broken down into eight specific components.  Matriculation is a process that brings the College and any student who enrolls for credit into agreement for the purpose of realizing the student’s educational goals and objectives. The agreement involves the responsibilities of both parties to attain those objectives through the College’s programs, policies and services.  The College will provide instructional and support services that help ensure that students attain their educational goals.

The primary goal of matriculation is to help each student achieve academic success. To accomplish this goal, the College and the student must work together to generate a Student Educational Plan and to define the various processes and activities that will lead to academic success.  To accomplish this, concurrently enrolled students are required to meet with a College of Marin counselor each term prior to enrollment to review all aspects of the student’s academic goals and to obtain the counselor’s signature of approval on the College Credit Program Parent/Guardian Consent Form.

NOTE: Parents/Guardians seeking the signature of the College of Marin counselor for their child is not permitted. However, the parent/guardian may participate in the counseling session with permission from the child.

Sincerely,

Diane Traversi

Dean of Enrollment Services

New High School Students

Step 1: Complete an Application for Admission

Online Credit Class Application

This link will take you to CCCApply:

CCCApply is the statewide, online gateway for California Community Colleges where you can create and submit your application to College of Marin and over one hundred other colleges.  To use CCCApply you will need to create an account username and password for that system.  After you submit your application, please allow up to 2 business days for your application to be processed. 

New students will receive an e-Welcome Letter by email from portal.activation@marin.edu with the subject line “MyCOM Welcome Letter” that includes their College of Marin MyCOM portal username and temporary password.

Please note: the CCCApply username and password you create will be different from the MyCOM portal username and password.

Prerequisites

The College of Marin enforces satisfactory completion of prerequisites at the time of registration. Please follow this link for more information: Prerequisites

If you plan to take a class that has a Math and/or English prerequisite, you must take a College of Marin Math or English placement test. You can make an appointment online through the MyCOM Student Portal or by calling the College of Marin Testing Office at 485-9469. You will need your Student ID beginning with M00 to to take our placement tests. (Once you have applied, you will receive a "Welcome Letter" in an e-mail that has your Student ID and temporary password to set-up your portal account)

Step 2: Come to the College of Marin Counseling Department

Bring your College Credit Program Card “CCP” . A College of Marin Counselor will be able to sign your CCP card once you, your parent and your high school counselor or Principal have signed the card. Please call 485-9432 for the College of Marin Counseling Department hours on both the Kentfield and Indian Valley Novato campuses. The COM Counselor will not sign your CCP card without proof of eligibility for Math or English.

Step 3: Turn in your College Credit Program Card

Turn in your CCP card along with a yellow enrollment card (available at the Office of Admissions and Records) to the Office of Admissions and Records on either the Kentfield or IVC campus. Make sure that you have the appropriate signatures on your CCP card. If you choose to turn in the CCP card to the Office of Admissions before the CCP registration date, you may enroll on-line beginning on the CCP registration date & no yellow enrollment card is necessary.

Concurrently enrolled high school students are restricted from enrolling in the following classes:

  • All English courses numbered below 100
  • All English as a Second Language courses numbered below 100
  • All Math classes numbered below 100
  • All Kinesiology/Physical Education Activity Courses
  • Any class that has a prerequisite that you haven’t met

Please note: The College of Marin has an Automated Waitlist function. Please click on the Automated Waitlist link for important information.

Step 4: Pay Your Fees

  • Online through the MyCOM Portal
  • Or in person with a MC/VISA credit card, MC/Visa debit card,personal check,cash,cashier's check, or money order.
  • COM tuition and fees

High school students who are not California residents are subject to Out-of-State tuition.

Help with Fees

High school students who are California residents & concurrently enroll for college classes may apply for the Governor’s Fee Waiver if they meet the income standards.  Please refer to the chart to see if you qualify, Board of Governor's Fee Waiver, and if so, complete and submit the application.  Once approved, your enrollment fees will be waived.

Continuing High School Students

Skip Step 1 for New High School Students and follow Steps 2 and 3

Step 2: Come to the College of Marin Counseling Department

Bring your College Credit Program Card “CCP”. A College of Marin Counselor will be able to sign your CCP card once you, your parent and your high school counselor or Principal have signed the card. Please call 485-9432 for the College of Marin Counseling Department hours on both the Kentfield and Indian Valley Novato campuses. The COM Counselor will not sign your CCP card without proof of eligibility for Math or English.

Step 3: Turn in your College Credit Program Card

Turn in your CCP card along with a yellow enrollment card (available at the Office of Admissions and Records) to the Office of Admissions and Records on either the Kentfield or Indian Valley Novato campus. Make sure that you have the appropriate signatures on your CCP card. If you choose to turn in the CCP card to the Office of Admissions before the CCP registration date, you will may enroll on-line beginning on the CCP registration date & no yellow enrollment card is necessary.

Concurrently enrolled high school students are restricted from enrolling in the following classes:

  • All English courses numbered below 100
  • All English as a Second Language courses numbered below 100
  • All Math classes numbered below 100
  • All Kinesiology/Physical Education Activity Courses
  • Any class that has a prerequisite that you haven’t met

Please note: The College of Marin has an Automated Waitlist function. Please click on the Automated Waitlist link for important information.

High school students who are not California residents are subject to Out-of-State tuition.

Other Young Students (below High School)

Please see Administrative Procedures 5011 for enrollment of students below high school level.

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Admissions web page
Technical Contact: Gina Longo, Admin. Assist. Dean/Dir, 415-485-9417
Content Responsible: Diane Traversi, Dean of Enrollment Services, 415-485-9414