Are you currently attending high school?
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High School - You must be currently attending or affiliated with one of these local high schools to proceed with this application.
High school graduation year
Please contact your high school counselor to discuss your dual credit options at Southwestern.
What’s in It for Me?
By participating in the College Now Program, you can reduce the time and money spent in earning a college degree. In addition, the courses you take, regardless of the subject or level, will help you to do better in high school. College Now reinforces the skills you need to progress towards graduation.
College Now is a collaborative program between Southwestern Oregon Community College, ten in-district high schools in Coos, Curry and Douglas Counties and several virtual and home school academies. It is a FREE transition program for qualified high school students that provides an early introduction to the college environment and a jump start on college coursework.
Thank you for choosing Southwestern to start earning your college credits. Welcome to Southwestern Oregon Community College!
Southwestern Oregon Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, religion, national origin, age, disability status, or protected veterans in employment, education, or activities as set forth in compliance with federal and state statutes and regulations.
High School Student Accelerated Learning - College Now
Dual Credit is high school based college credit that provides students with both high school and college credit from Southwestern for a course offered in a high school during regular school hours and taught by high school instructors.
Expanded Options allows students to attend Southwestern either full or part time to complete their high school diplomas and earn Southwestern college credits with costs paid for by the local school district.
When do you plan to begin taking College Now courses?
County your high school is located in
What is your current cumulative high school GPA?
Have you completed a math class within the last year?
What is the highest math class you have completed?
What was your letter grade for the highest math class you completed?
Legal First/Given Name
Legal Middle Name
Suffix - Only provide if it is part of your legal name. Otherwise, leave blank.
Birth or Maiden Name - Only provide if different than your Legal name. Otherwise, leave blank.
Other Names - Only provide if different than above. Otherwise, leave blank.
Birth DatePlease use format of mm/dd/yyyy
Resident Alien #
Country of Citizenship
Country of Birth
Providing your Social Security Number (SSN) to Southwestern Oregon Community College is needed:
- You must use your SSN if you plan to file for federal financial aid, grants, loans, scholarships.
- You may be eligible for a tax credit. SWOCC needs your SSN to furnish a statement for your taxes. To comply with the Tax Payer Relief Act of 1997, Southwestern Oregon Community College must obtain your correct SSN.
- Your SSN is the one identifier that is unique to you, all of your school records secure.
By providing your Social Security Number, the college will use it for keeping records, performing research, reporting enrollment, aggregate reporting, extending credit and collecting debts, and providing required information related to the Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997 to IRS. Your Social Security number will not be given to the general public.
To comply with the Tax Payer Relief Act of 1997, Southwestern Oregon Community College must obtain your correct social security number (SSN) to file returns with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and to furnish a statement to you. The returns filed by SWOCC must contain information about qualified tuition and related expenses. The Privacy Act of 1974, section 6109 of the Internal Revenue Code, requires you to give your correct SSN to agencies who must file information returns with the IRS. The IRS uses your SSN for identification and to verify the accuracy of your tax return. For more information please refer to Internal Revenue Code section 6050S.
Your SSN will not be used as your student ID at Southwestern Oregon Community College.
If you choose to not provide your Social Security Number, you may contact Southwestern’s Admissions office at 541-888-7636 for instructions on completing an in-person application.
Address Line 1
Address Line 2
U.S. Zip Code
Is your Mailing Address different than your Home Address? - Provide if different than your home address. Otherwise, skip this section.
Address Line 2
Home Phone Number - Provide only if you have a land line
Cell Phone Number - Provide only if you have a cell phone
Confirm Email Address
Relation to you