College of Mainland believes it is important that all students should have a clear pathway to follow to facilitate the successful completion of their educational journey. This catalog has been organized as a guide to assist students in navigating that journey from beginning (admissions) to end (graduation).

  1. 1

    Beginning the Pathway

    Explore how to become a COM student including the application process, admission policies, prior learning experiences, testing, registration, grades, transcripts, tuition and fee payment schedule, and payments and refunds.

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  2. 2

    Keeping the Pathway Clear

    Learn how to apply for veterans benefits, child care assistance, COM Foundation scholarships and financial aid.

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  3. 3

    Staying on the Pathway

    Learn about student regulations and policies, services available through the Student Success Center, testing services, college support services and Student Life.

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  4. 4

    Navigating the Pathway

    Find information about the various educational pathways available to you through COM's academic and workforce programs. It includes an overview of each program, degree plans for full and part–time students, and course descriptions.

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  5. 5

    Reaching the End of the Pathway

    Find information about graduation requirements, honors and awards, the honors program, and policies regarding course substitutions and second associate degree.

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  6. 6

    Guiding the Pathway

    Find information about COM’s personnel, campus maps, COM Learning Centers and definitions of college terms.

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    Connecting to the Community

    Find information about Career Services and opportunities to connect with the local and global community through internships, clinicals, service learning and study abroad programs.

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