Rogue Community College
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First Time College

apply as a first time college student todayApplying for admission to Rogue Community College is fast, easy and free. We admit any student who is 18 or older and has completed a high school program of study, GED® or Adult High School Diploma. If you will be completing one of these before beginning courses, this profile also applies to you. If you are over 18 but have not completed a high school program of study or GED®, you will need to complete the Placement Process to meet admission standards.

Here are the simple steps to follow to be registered for credit courses at Rogue:

RCC first step apply for admission
Apply for Admissions:
Write down your RCC Student ID number and the login information you just created.
Log in to your myRogue account now, using the Student ID and password you just created. myRogue is where most of your college business will take place.

RCC second step apply for financial aid
Determine how you will pay for school
Complete your FAFSA
or Complete your ORSAA
To follow your financial aid status login to myRogue and click on "Financial Aid Status."
Need assistance? Call TRiO-ROC for help with your FAFSA. Grants Pass: 541-956-7097 and Medford: 541-245-7699.

RCC third step take a placement test
The Placement Process
All new RCC students must complete the placement process before registering for classes. This requirement may be completed based on college transcripts, placement test results from another college, qualifying SAT/ACT scores, placement assessment and more. Contact for more information.

fourth step register for classes
Register for Classes
Registration assistance is available during our Advising and Registration Clinics (ARCs) where you'll meet with an advisor and get ready to register for classes.

fifth step new student orientation
New Student Orientation (NSO)
You must complete the NSO before you begin classes. The NSO is designed to give you tools for success at RCC including information about RCC, paying for classes, and student support services.


complete online student training modules
Complete the Online Student Training Modules
Campus safety is everyone’s business. The Online Student Training Module is a required training for all RCC students. It includes information about drug and alcohol abuse as well as freedom from sexual harassment and discrimination.

You will receive an email from Rogue Community College with a link and instructions to complete these trainings.  If you have any questions or concerns please contact Chauncey Kieley at


Although RCC has an open admissions policy, our limited entry programs have specific entrance requirements to be accepted into their programs. Visit the program's webpage to view their specific requirements.

International Students
Exit out of this profile and select International Student. This profile does not apply to you.