RESIDENCY: Residency classication will be made according to the following denitions; see the COCC Catalog for complete details. Note that in-state and out-of-state
students will convert to in-district two years aer the term they begin classes:
In-district residency: An individual who, for one full year prior to beginning to take credit classes has either: a) owned property (or if under the age of 24, whose parent/
guardian owns property); or b) maintained a permanent and continuous residence in the district will be classied as an in-district resident. e COCC district consists of all
of Deschutes, Crook and Jeerson counties, the northern portions of Klamath and Lake counties and the Warm Springs Indian Reservation in Jeerson and Wasco counties.
Out-of-district (in-state) residency: An individual who, for one full year prior to beginning to take credit classes has either: a) owned property (or if under the age of 24,
whose parent/guardian owns property); or b) maintained a permanent and continuous residence in the state of Oregon (but outside the COCC district) will be classied as
an out-of-district student for two calendar years aer the term in which the student began courses; at that time, the student will convert to in-district residency.
Out-of-state residency (CA, ID, NV, WA residents see exemption): An individual who has not maintained a permanent and continuous residence in the state of Oregon during
the year prior to the beginning of the rst term of enrollment will be classied as an out-of-state resident. e student will remain an out-of-state student for two calendar
years aer the term in which the student began courses; at that time, the student will convert to in-district residency.
Exemption: Per Oregon Administrative Rules, residents of California, Idaho, Nevada and Washington will be charged out-of-district (in-state) tuition.
Verication: Residency of each applicant for college credit courses is determined from information provided at the time of application. When there appears to be an
inconsistency, the college sta may require documentation to verify residency.
Native American Students: Students who are enrolled members of federally recognized tribes of Oregon or who are enrolled members of a Native American tribe which
had traditional and customary tribal boundaries that include parts of the state of Oregon or which had ceded or reserved lands within the state of Oregon shall be charged
in-state tuition regardless of their state of residence (note that residents of the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs are charged in-district tuition). For a listing of eligible
tribes, visit COCC’s website. Note that students must provide a copy of tribal enrollment documents to the Director of Admissions/Registrar prior to starting classes.
Military Personnel: Certain out-of-district and out-of-state veteran students will be classied as “non-resident Veteran” students for residency/tuition classication purposes.
e goal of Central Oregon Community College is to provide an atmosphere that
encourages our faculty, sta and students to realize their full potential. In support
of this goal, it is the policy of Central Oregon Community College that there will
be no discrimination or harassment on the basis of age, disability, sex, marital
status, gender identity, genetic information, citizen status, veteran status or any
other classes protected under Federal and State statutes in any education program,
activities or employment. Persons having questions about equal opportunity and
non-discrimination should contact the Equal Employment Ocer, c/o COCC’s
Human Resources oce, 541.383.7216. Faculty, sta and students are protected
from discrimination and harassment under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964
and Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972. Persons attending classes or
events who need accommodation for a specic disability should contact the oce
of Services for Students with Disabilities at 541.383.7583. Persons needing physical
accommodation for a college special event should contact the ADA Coordinator at
541.383.7775. Further inquiries may be directed to the Armative Action Ocer,
c/o COCC’s Human Resources oce, 541.383.7216.
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☐ On-Campus Housing ☐ Latino Program
☐ Disability Services
WOULD YOU LIKE INFORMATION ON ANY OF THE
FOLLOWING STUDENT SERVICES?
THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION IS VOLUNTARY AND
IS REQUESTED FOR STATE AND FEDERAL REPORTS
(Check all that apply)
☐ Veteran of US military
☐ One or both parents (step-parents or guardians) earned a four
☐ I speak a language other than English at home
e language spoken at home is:_________________
☐ Take classes to transfer to another
☐ Improve writing,
reading or math skills
☐ Learn skills to get a job
☐ Learn English
☐ Improve current job skills
☐ Personal enrichment
☐ Explore career/education options
☐ To earn a degree/cert
☐ Finish high school/GED
☐ Increase knowledge
WHY ARE YOU ATTENDING COCC? (Check One)
Note: Please submit ocial copies of your other institutions’
transcripts before making an advising appointment.
Name City State Year(s)
☐ Currently in high school
☐ High school graduate
☐ Adult High School Diploma
☐ Modied Diploma
(as dened by ORS 329.451)
Not a graduate
Date last attended:
HIGH SCHOOL EDUCATION
Graduation Year or Anticipated Graduation Year:
Where and when GED/Adult High School Diploma was earned
City: State: Year :
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