Mt. Hood Community College has an open-entry general admission policy and welcomes all students who can benefit from instruction regardless of their educational background.
Upon submission of your admission application, you will receive an email confirmation from firstname.lastname@example.org that the Admissions, Registration and Records Office has received your application. Your MHCC student ID number and registration information will be emailed within 1-2 business days (provide your social security number on the application for faster service). Your student ID number and password will allow you to register for classes by returning to this site (MyMHCC), logging in and registering.
This application is for new students and returning students who have not attended MHCC within the last four terms or more.
The College Now Admission application is only for students still in high school who are applying to receive College Now credit. The College Now program at Mt. Hood Community College provides high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to get a head start on their college experience. Students take college level coursework from MHCC approved high school instructors. All College Now courses are taken in the students’ high school classroom and they receive credit from both schools.
High School Credit Recovery/Acceleration:
The High School Credit Recovery Admission application is only for high school students who are enrolling in one of our High School Credit Recovery/Acceleration courses. The High School Credit Recovery and Acceleration program at Mt. Hood Community College provides high school students the opportunity to retake a class they previously failed at their home high school, or to take additional classes (upon approval from their home high school) to get ahead in credits. The student is responsible for all fees associated with the Credit Recovery/Acceleration courses.
There are special admission processes for international students, students who are under the age of 18 and students who intend to be co-admitted. For information on these admission requirements, please go to one of the following links:
A person voluntarily becomes a student at MHCC and thereby assumes the obligation of abiding by the standards prescribed in the “Student Code of Conduct” found at www.mhcc.edu/coc
If you need assistance with submitting this application due to a disability, please contact Accessible Education Services at (503) 491-6923 or (503) 491-7670 (TDD) or email@example.com