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 Getting Started

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 ​Steps to Enroll & Register

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1) Complete a COS Application​
An application is required for all new and returning students.
Submit an admissions application through CCCApply. Need Help? Try our Application Videos or call (559)688-3000 or (559)688-3019. 
 
If you need to reset your CCCApply password, please contact (877) 247-4836 or email support@openccc.net.
 
2) Complete the FAFSA or Dream Act Application
Complete and submit a FAFSA or Dream Act application as early as possible. Need Help? Try our FAFSA & Dream Act Support.
 
Click here for Scholarships!
3) Meet with a Counselor
Students pursuing a certificate, degree or transfer program should meet with a COS counselor for a Student Education Plan.  Click here to set up a counseling appointment online or call (559) 688-3000.
 
4) Complete COS Orientation
Online Orientation is a requirement for new students. Students will earn .5 unit of credit for completion.
 
5) Register for COS Classes
Check out our Registration Videos for all things Registration!
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​Activate Your COS Email

Log in and regularly check your COS Email. Directions and updates are sent from your instructors and student services.

Submit High School Transcripts

If you are under 21 - Request official transcripts from the last high school you attended. If applicable, have G.E.D. scores or a copy of the California High School Proficiency Exam (CHSPE) sent to COS Admissions & Records Office. Send one complete transcript of work attempted from each college attended, whether or not credit was earned to the COS Admissions & Records Office. 

Official copies of transcripts may be sent to:

Admissions & Records Office

College of the Sequoias

4999 East Bardsley Ave

Tulare, CA 93274

​ *All transcripts will be the property of College of the Sequoias and will not be release to the student or another institution. 

 
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