Klamath Community College (KCC) subscribes to an open-door, open admissions policy and welcomes all students, regardless of educational background, who can benefit from the variety of programs and courses offered.
A formal application process is required for students interested in credit or degree programs prior to initial course registration. This process is waived for persons registering in only non-credit classes. Community members who desire to take a non-credit course can either mail-in, or register in person at Student Services, by completing a class registration form. Payment is due by the first day of class.
Student Success Representatives are available to assist you with questions regarding your attendance at KCC. They can assist you with admission, registration, financial aid, and academic advisement. You can reach a Student Success Representative at 541-882-3521 or stop by the office located in Building 3. Office hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
The following applies primarily to persons wanting to register for credit courses:
Complete an admissions form
Prospective students must have a high school diploma or GED. Complete an admissions application or you may print out a form and return it completed to the Student Services office. Individuals under 18 years may need to meet additional requirements. Please contact Student Services for specific information.
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Register for Mandatory New Student Orientation/Registration
Attendance of our 1 day Orientation (includes Advising & Registration) is required for all new students who are taking credit bearing classes (all non-community Ed courses). During this Orientation/Registration session students will receive financial aid information as well as tips which are vital to student success. Placement exams (see schedule on Admissions page) should be scheduled prior to Orientation. Students will also meet with an Academic Advisor in order to select classes that will suit the students’ academic goals. At the end of the Orientation session students will meet with a Student Success Representative in order to register for classes. To sign up for the New Student Orientation, please visit the Student Services office located in Building 3 or call 541-882-3521 for more information.
Most individuals whose intent is to obtain a college degree or transfer to a four-year institution will qualify for federal and state financial aid. It is to your advantage to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form. The FAFSA form is available at KCC Student Services office or you complete this form on-line at http://www.fafsa.ed.gov. The Title IV school code for Klamath Community College is 034283.
Tuition, fees and fiscal responsibility
Tuition and fees are due by the first day of class. The college accepts all traditional forms of payment including cash, checks, MasterCard or VISA. Current tuition and fees.