College Credit Program (CCP) Concurrent Enrollment

Credit/noncredit classes are being delivered remotely through the end of the spring semester. The Support Services page lists student services available remotely. Please check College of Marin Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates and Resources for the latest information.

To file a petition to withdraw or change grading method:

Petitions/Prerequisites

All other questions and inquiries:

CONTACT US

Financial Aid Disbursements will continue as scheduled.

High School

How to Enroll in the College Credit Program (CCP)

  1. Apply online. Soon after submitting your application, you will receive a Welcome Email with your Student ID number (M00xxxxxx), username, password, and instructions on how to set up your MyCOM Student Portal.
  2. Complete the College Credit Program (CCP) application. (Login with your MyCOM username and password.)
  3. Attend a group orientation listed below with your completed CCP form. RSVP here. You can also schedule an individual appointment via your MyCOM portal.
  4. You will receive an email when your College Credit Program (CCP) application has been processed and you are clear to enroll.
  5. Register for your classes using the MyCOM Portal according to your priority registration date.

Middle School or Below

The District may admit highly gifted elementary students through the 8th grade level for enrollment to the College, provided that they are eligible to participate based on the criteria established below.

Admissions Procedure

The student must be recommended by his/her school principal or designee, who must verify that the recommended student can benefit from college instruction.

  1. Student must submit a special petition form, which includes:
    • Signature of parent or guardian
    • Signature of high school principal or counselor
    • Signature of a College of Marin counselor
    • Signature of the College of Marin instructor teaching the course
  2. Students must submit a completed College Credit Program (CCP) Form, which includes:
    • Signature of parent or guardian
    • Signature of high school principal or counselor
    • Signature of a College of Marin counselor

Depending on the requested courses, students may be required to complete the appropriate matriculation process prior to registration, which includes:

  1. Math and/or English Placement Test
  2. Student Success Workshop
  3. Counseling appointment