Dual Enrollment programs
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Combine your PCC enrollment with
- Portland State University
- Oregon State University
- Oregon Institute of Technology
- Linfield College
PCC has dual enrollment agreements (also known as co-admission agreements) with the above four-year schools. Dual enrollment agreements allow you take classes at both schools, greatly expanding your resources and options. Dual enrollment makes it easier to tailor your education to fit your goals and timelines. You’ll work with advisors at both schools to make sure every course counts toward your degree. For more transfer options, see the University Transfer website.
Benefits of Dual Enrollment
- One application process for both schools
- Advising available from both schools
- Increased flexibility in scheduling with access to more classes
- Coordinated financial aid and scholarships
- Easier transition from PCC to university
- Most affordable route to your degree (you pay each school’s respective tuition rate)
- Reverse transfer is easy for students dual-enrolled at a 4-year institution. Reverse transfer allows the 4-year university to easily send transcripts to PCC, who will then evaluate your record to see if you have earned an associate degree.
Begin your journey at PCC
PCC offers a wide variety of courses and a variety of locations throughout Portland. During your first two years leading to a bachelor’s degree, you will find smaller class sizes, personal attention, as well as lower tuition. As you begin the transition to your four-year institution, you may want to take classes at both campuses – that’s where dual enrollment comes in. Get co-admitted, then work with advisors at both schools to get accurate information and have a smooth transition between schools.
Continue your journey at a four-year school
Portland State University
Portland State University (PSU) incorporates a close working relationship with the city of Portland in government, business, and industry programs. Co-admission provides a seamless transition from PCC. PCC offers a free shuttle from Sylvania to PSU. See facts about PSU dual enrollment.
Apply for co-admission to PSU
Oregon State University
Located in Corvallis, Oregon State University (OSU) is renowned for teaching as well as research. It offers more academic programs than any other college in Oregon. By exposing you to a wide range of interests in and out of the classroom, OSU encourages you to develop thinking skills as well as job skills. When you graduate, you’ll be ready for a career, but you’ll also be prepared for changes in the workplace and in society that will be part of the 21st century. See Degree Partnership Program information at OSU.
Apply for co-admission to OSU
Oregon Institute of Technology
Oregon Institute of Technology (OIT) offers Bachelor’s degrees in the engineering and health technologies, management, and applied sciences. OIT graduates are heavily recruited by industry and, year after year, accept jobs at a starting salary that leads all other public universities in the state. The Institute has campuses in Portland and Klamath Falls. See OIT dual enrollment information.
Apply for co-admission to OIT
Linfield College is a private, non-profit college established 150 years ago. The Portland Campus of Linfield College is located in vibrant Northwest Portland and is the home to the Health Sciences Major and DCE’s Adult Degree Program. The co-admission program is available for these programs only. The Portland Campus Adult Degree Program offers Bachelor’s degrees in seven areas of study including: Accounting, Business Information Systems, Management, International Business, Arts & Humanities, Social & Behavioral Sciences, and RN to BSN (students must already be Registered Nurses for this program). The Linfield Portland Campus also offers two health science degrees in Administration, and Environmental & Public Health.
Apply for co-admission to Linfield
(return form to a PCC Admissions Office)