OSU-Cascades and Central Oregon Community College have a degree partnership program (COCC-DPP), which allows a student to be admitted to and take courses from both institutions at the same time. Students who choose to take courses at both campuses will need understand and work with with both institution's policy, procedures and structure. This website provides information and resources for current COCC -DPP students at OSU-Cascades.

COCC and OSU-Cascades DPP Tools:

COCC Student Accounts
COCC Bacc Core Classes
COCC Transfer Guides
COCC DPP Webpage
COCC How to Register for Classes

OSU-Cascades and COCC DPP Webpage
OSU-Cascades Financial Aid
Veterans Benefits Dual-Admit Info


Frequent Advising and Registration COCC-DPP Questions:
How do I know which courses to take at COCC for my OSU degree?

Use the COCC Transfer Guides , COCC Bacc Core Guide and work with your OSU-Cascades advisor to plan for COCC and OSU courses. COCC-DPP admitted students do not have an assigned COCC advisor, their OSU-Cascades advisor serves as the advisor for COCC and OSU-Cascades. Contact your advisor if you have a COCC advising hold.

I am ready to register what do I do?

Use COCC schedule of classes to plan your term. Determine your registration date and time and follow the COCC Registration Instructions.

Will COCC automatically drop me from my course for non-attendance?

COCC will likely drop you from your course if you do not attend the first day of the class! OSU does NOT do this. Make sure you are indeed dropped from any courses you do not plan to attend.
Refer to the COCC Attendance Requirement .

What is the COCC waitlist process?

COCC waitlist process is different than OSU. Take some time to understand each policy.

Where do I pay tuition and fees?

Pay online: COCC Bobcat account
Pay in person: Boyle Education Center (BEC)
Learn more at the COCC Tuition and Payments webpage.