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College Information & COM

College of Marin - Concurrent Enrollment

Ask your counselor for more information about COM classes offered at TLHS.
 

SENIORS: View this link for more information about transition to COM

CURRENT STUDENTS: Follow the steps below to register for a course at COM.

  1. Identify a COM course that you'd like to take; consult the schedule of courses.
  2. Fill out a COM application.  See these directions for more info, then start here.  
  3. Complete a College Credit Program card and check with your counselor to make sure that the course you've selected is appropriate.
  4. Take a Placement Test if required in order to qualify for the course you would like to take. 
  5. Turn in your completed CCP card to Student Services at College of Marin.

         

         Minimum 2.0 GPA required to take a COM class as a high school student

         Minimum 3.0 GPA to take more than one COM class at a time

College Information & Search

All students are strongly encouraged to use Naviance to research potential colleges (College tab).  Students can log in to their Naviance accounts using their TLHS computer login and password.  Contact your counselor or the College and Career Center if you have any questions about how to go about identifying potential colleges.

 

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UC:   UC Admissions Profiles  |  Personal Insight Questions  |  A-G Course List  |  UC/CSU A-G requirements 

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Community College:   California Community Colleges     

COM:    COM Enrollment Steps     COM Placement Testing info.

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