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Steps for High School Students, Age 16 or Older

Step 1 - Apply

Complete a Student Admission Form.

Begin by completing CLC’s Student Admission Form.

Step 2 - Form

Complete a Secondary School Reference form.

The Secondary School Reference form is available from Student Records. This form must be signed by a representative of your high school and a parent.

Step 3 - myLogin

Set Up myLogin

When your application has been processed (usually within one business day),  you will be given a CLC myLogin username and temporary password as part of the admission process. If you provided an email address on your application your username and password will be emailed to you in two separate emails.  All new students will also receive an official admission letter with their login information via US Mail.

Once you have your ID number, follow the steps to set up myLogin.

Step 4 - Prerequisites

Demonstrate that you meet proficiencies and prerequisites.

Basic Proficiencies

Before you will be able to register for most college credit classes, you need to show that you are language proficient and basic algebra ready.

Course Prerequisites and Corequisites

Course prerequisites and corequisites are required when specific knowledge or skills are needed to enroll in a course.

Step 5 - Register

Complete Registration

Go to the myCLC student portal. After entering your login, select the “Student Center” option to be taken to the student registration system. For more information, see How to Register.

If you need login help, contact the Help Desk which is available 24 hours.

Step 6 - Pay

Pay Tuition and Fees

CLC enforces tuition payment deadlines, so it is important to make payment arrangements by your tuition due date. You must pay in full or set up an installment payment plan. If you are a financial aid student, you must set up a “deferred” payment plan, which only goes into effect if your aid does not cover your full tuition and fee obligation.

For more information about tuition payment, visit the Welcome and One Stop Center or contact Student Accounting. For information about financial aid, contact the Financial Aid office.