Admissions

New students
Current students
Former students
Transfer students
 

KCC offers traditional degree and certificate programs, as well as quicker paths to promising careers and classes just for fun!

New students:

Step 1:     Apply online.

Step 2:    Check your email for a MyKCC username and password (can take up to 48 hours).

Step 3:    Go to MyKCC and check your admissions status. 

Step 4:    You are admitted to KCC! Now it's time for your Next Steps (financial aid, placement testing, advising, and registration).

Current KCC students (you've attended KCC within the last year):

Meet with a KCC student success advisor for academic advising and registration (you may also be recommended to meet with financial aid). For assistance, call the student services help line at 541-882-3521

Former KCC students (you haven't attended KCC in at least one year):

Meet with a KCC student success advisor or call Student Services at 541-882-3521.

Transfer students:

Follow the steps above and:

Send official college transcripts to KCC (contact your previous college(s) and request an official transcript be sent to KCC to transfer your credits).

EMT students:
Follow the steps above and:

Before you can register for an EMT course (i.e. 151 lecture with lab) KCC student services must collect current CPR card—if the you do not already have a CPR card, Community Education or the hospital to has options to attain one.

Next, a copy of the students immunization records (requirement for both community ed course and credit courses) is required.

Finally, fill out the EMT checklist.

Once the  all of the required documentation is provided, you can register.
 

Next Steps (new students and transfer students):

Step 1:     Prepare your financial aid.

Step 2:     Placement test* (Meet with Student Services in Founders Hall or call them at 541-880-2350 to determine if you need to take the test.)

Step 3:    Advising/registration (To speak with an advisor and register for classes, ask for Student Services in Founders Hall.)

*A placement test is required UNLESS:

  • You have taken a placement exam within the last 12 months;
  • You have completed both WRI 121 and MATH 111; 
  • You have taken a math or writing class at a college less than one year ago and passed with a 'C' or better;
  • You are in the Advanced Diploma Program (ADP).
Note: If you are transferring to KCC from another college, you will need to bring a copy of your unofficial or official transcripts to orientation. 



If you have any questions please contact Admissions at 541-880-2212.

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Stop by the reception desk in Founders Hall and visit our kiosk to join the line. Our friendly staff is happy to help.

New Students

Apply online
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For more information about KCC, click here.

Contact Us

Admissions Office
Founders Hall
541-880-2212
admissions@klamathcc.edu

Having Trouble?

Can't apply online? Email admissions@klamathcc.edu, including your full name and email address.

or

Print the paper admissions form, fill it out and email it to admissions@klamathcc.edu. You can also bring it to Founders Hall on the KCC campus. We can admit you in person!

More Information

KCC now has one more way to give a big boost to student success! 15 to Finish will pay for three lecture credits to students who take 15 credits or more per term.

Use this tool to estimate the cost of courses available at KCC.

Through the Higher Education Act of 1965, there are many forms of financial assistance available to most students wishing to further their education.

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KCC offers several ways to fund your education. From grants and scholarships to national and local programs, KCC has an option that is right for you.

KCC has an open-door, open-admissions policy and welcomes all students. Find out more information about enrollment, campus tours, and getting started on your college career.

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