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Admissions and Records

Admissions and Records


About Us

The Right Place to Start

At CR, you can prepare for transfer to four-year universities or gain skills for immediate entry into a career. Complete your degree as a full-time or part-time student, keeping your academic schedule flexible to fit your life.


Hours and Location

Eureka
Student Services Building
Monday – Thursday 9am – 4pm
Friday 11am – 3pm

Del Norte
Monday-Thursday
8:00am - 5:00pm 

Klamath-Trinity
Monday-Thursday
9:00am - 4:00pm


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With towering redwoods across the campus and a redwood forest as a backdrop, College of the Redwoods (CR) has one of the most stunning campuses in the country. Our area is bordered by the Pacific Ocean, and home to powerful rivers, lakes, and impressive wildlife. 

High School, International, Oregon Exchange, and Transfer Students

College of the Redwoods is open to any person 18 years of age or older who can benefit from the instructional curriculum of the college. No high school diploma or GED is required for those over age 18. High school graduates and holders of a Certificate of Proficiency or GED are eligible for admission even if they are younger than 18.

Course Registration Guidelines & Tips

Classes fill quickly! For best course selection, develop a Student Education Plan with your counselor and register as soon as possible!

Registration

  • All new and returning students (you have not been registered for classes for two or more semesters) are required to submit an Application for Admission as early as possible.
  • Before you register, clear any prior debts to the college at the Business Services Office. Business Office hours are Monday through Thursday from 9:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m.
  • Review counseling, testing and orientation information.
  • Students are limited to registering for a maximum of 18 units during priority, open registration, and Web registration. Students must have a advisor's approval to register for more than 18 units.
  • Check to see if any courses you are enrolling in have a prerequisite. It is your responsibility to be sure you have met the prerequisite.
  • Plan a balanced schedule.
  • Classes with low enrollment may be canceled. Be sure to register early so your enrollment is counted!
  • Students currently on academic probation may need to see an advisor before registering for classes.

Some courses are graded on a letter-grade-only basis and some are graded on a Pass (P) No Pass (NP) only basis. Other courses offer students an option. To request a P/NP grade, select the "Register P/NP" option when registering for your class via WebAdvisor. If you decide to change you registration from Grade Only to P/NP after registration, you may do so up until 25% of the way through a class. Your decision is final and cannot be changed later.  Changing to P/NP is not allowed after this date. For courses less than a semester in length, check with your instructor or send an email by clicking here: P/NP question.

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Students may audit classes (will not receive college credit) with instructor approval by following these steps:

  • Complete an application for admission to CR.
  • Complete the prerequisites for the course.
  • Print the audit form.
  • After the second class meeting, meet with the instructor to verify that you may audit the course. If the instructor signs your audit form; return the form to Admissions & Records.
  • Pay fees of $15.00 per unit (non-refundable), and Health Fee.
  • Financial Aid (including fee waivers) does not cover audited courses.
  • Once a student signs up to audit a course, the student cannot change to receiving credit and a grade for the course or vice versa.
  • Concurrently enrolled high school students may not audit courses.

Students use WebAdvisor to register and pay f