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Working Together

Getting Enrolled

The ICCOC offers a variety of online courses during 16-week,12-week, 8-week and 4-week terms.  You must select one of our partner colleges as your "home" college in order to enroll in an online course(s).


After you have selected a partner college, your first step for enrollment is to complete the Application for Admission for that college.

To determine if a particular partner college is offering the course that you would like to take, you may contact the Admissions Office at the college or visit the college's website for a list of available online courses.


All of our partner colleges offer an online application for admissions.  Your application will be reviewed and processed by that college.


The college will notify you of your admissions status; it will also provide information about its registration procedures.


Your academic advisor at the college and the Registrar's Office at your home college are there to assist you with your enrollment in online courses and programs. 


If you have any questions about your Admissions application, admission status or the enrollment process, please contact your home college.

Schedule Changes

Any changes you wish to make to your online course schedule (i.e. adding or dropping a course) should be done through an academic advisor, Registrar's Office or online at your home college.

When enrolling in or withdrawing from an online course, you need to be aware of the refund dates and last dates to withdraw at your college as well as how any schedule changes could impact federal financial aid, if received.

Studying Online


The ICCOC offers courses during 16-week, 12-week, 8-week and 4-week terms.  These terms are scheduled at specific times during the academic year.  Not all courses are offered during every term, and some restrictions for enrollment may apply.


12-week, 8-week and 4-week terms are accelerated terms;
sixteen weeks of course material will be covered during the shortened terms.

Students are encouraged to work with their academic advisors to select courses and terms that best meet their needs and will work with their daily/weekly schedules to encourage successful course completion.

Advising Tips

  • Limit enrollment to 4 credit hours during a 4-week term

  • Students enrolled in any combination of 8-week, 
    12-week and 16-week term courses should carefully balance enrollments to avoid overloading.

  • Have textbooks/course materials in hand by the first day of the term; instructors will have assignments due the first week of class.

  • Log into courses on the term start date to avoid falling behind.  It is very difficult to catch up once you have missed an assignment.

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