Take advantage of programs that allow you to be enrolled at both a community college and a public university.
Do you know you want to transfer to a 4-year college after taking some classes at a community college? Or do you want to take some of your classes at a community college and some at a university?
Most of Oregon's public universities have programs that allow you to be enrolled at both colleges. These are often called degree partnership programs, co-admission or dual enrollment.
How degree partnership programs work
If you enroll in a degree partnership program, in any term you can:
- Take all your courses at the community college
- Take all your courses at the university
- Take some courses at the community college and some at the university
Programs usually allow you to access resources and services at both colleges like the library, housing, and advising. You may need to apply for admission to both colleges and/or complete a separate application to be dual enrolled.
Benefits of degree partnership programs
Degree partnership programs in Oregon
Oregon community colleges: Chemeketa, Clackamas, Klamath, Linn-Benton, Mt. Hood, Portland
Oregon community colleges: Chemeketa, Clackamas, Clatsop, Oregon Coast, Mt. Hood, Portland