Application for Admission, Buckley Amendment Waiver, Dual Enrollment, Housing, Financial Aid, and Transcript Requests
Candidates for enrollment in the freshman class must submit an application, official transcripts, and ACT scores in order to be considered for admission to the college.
Admission to the college does not necessarily guarantee admission to a specific program. It is necessary to check the prerequisites for each program. Additionally, some specific classes have prerequisites or restrictive admission requirements.
Dual Enrollment/Credit is a program which allows high school juniors and seniors meeting the requirements set forth to enroll in a college course prior to high school graduation, giving them first hand exposure to the requirements of college-level work while gaining high school and college credit simultaneously.
General Academic Calendar
Orientation is a program designed to assist each student in making a smoother transition into college life at Co-Lin . Every effort will be made to give you a worthwhile and meaningful experience, one that will help you feel at ease with your college. Orientations allow prospective Co-Lin students a chance to hear about what Co-Lin has to offer and to register for Fall classes.
You must have the following on file in the Office of Admissions and Records:
• Application for Admission
• High School Transcript or Official GED Scores
• Official ACT Scores - students without ACT scores on file will take placement tests on the day of orientation
Although you will be reserving a schedule for Fall 2014, you are not required to pay tuition and fees at orientation. However, if you wish to pay tuition and fees at this time you may do so.
Parents are invited to attend orientation with their student. There will be a separate program for the parents to learn about Co-Lin for themselves. There will be informative discussions on academics, fees and other expenses, student life and services that are available.
The Family Policy Compliance Office (of the U.S. Department of Education) has issued the following guidance concerning the use of directory information.