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Find and Plan College Now Courses at Your School

High school students are encouraged to take college courses to complete a certificate or plan of study rather than courses at random. In this manner, students leave high school not only with a high school diploma but also with a college credential that will apply to further education and can also be listed on a resume right away.
With careful planning students can complete their first year of college classes or earn a college certificate by the time they graduate high school. This gives students a substantial head start on their college education and future career. The Oregon Transfer Module (OTM) completes the first year of general college education requirements for the Oregon University system.
Please review the recommended High School Program Options to plan a course of study you would like to pursue.
After planning on an academic path to pursue, high school students can view a list of classes available at their high school to see if any of the approved classes apply towards a chosen plan of study.
High school students who have exhausted the free College Now offerings at their high school are encouraged to think about taking Early College traditional RCC classes (taught at an RCC Campus or online by an RCC faculty). These courses are discounted/billed to your high school district (if your school agrees). Personal costs vary; check with your high school's RCC liaison regarding costs and school funding. Some schools may ask students to reimburse them fully or partially.