Prior to enrolling, you should meet with your high school counselor to discuss course options available to you through College Now Once you have decided on the courses that best fit your college goals, you will need the appropriate permit code that can be found on the Class Schedules page.
COD offers three ways to assist high school students in enrolling in College Now courses.
Frequently Asked Questions
Certain classes such as English, chemistry, math and biology require students to either take a placement test and obtain a qualifying score or have a qualifying score from the SAT/ACT exam on file. Visit Testing for information about the placement test or submitting SAT or ACT scores.
Yes, the current deadline is June 5, 2020.
You can drop your class online by logging into your myACCESS account as long as you do not have any registration holds. Go to Registration Information and Policies. If you need assistance, visit the Success Center, Registration Lab, 2nd floor of the Student Center. Students cannot drop classes over the phone once the semester has begun.
You need to withdraw and will receive a ‘W’ on your COD transcript. Failure to drop your College Now course at COD will result in a grade of ‘F’ on your COD transcript. Refer to How to Drop a Course Online for step-by-step instructions.