How Credits Per Term Affect Enrollment Status
Full-time students at Oregon Coast Community College are those who register for 12 or more credits per term. Most degree programs require at least 90 credits. In order for a student to complete a degree within two years, it is necessary to take a minimum of 15 college level credits per quarter. No student may enroll in more than 18 credit hours in any single term without the approval of an academic advisor.
Students working while attending college should keep in mind that most classes require two to three hours of outside preparation for each class hour. College policies and procedures may change at any time. Changes may affect programs, policies, procedures, curriculum, calendar, schedules, instructors, or costs. The college will attempt to post important changes and new information on the college web page. This catalog is an informational guide for students planning courses of study, but students should periodically consult with an advising specialist or college staff for updated information not available at the time of publication. This catalog and class schedules shall not be construed as a contract between the student and the College. 40 Work and college schedules may need to be adjusted to assure a successful college education.