FINANCIAL AID AND SCHOLARSHIPS
All students enrolling or wishing to enroll in an academic or vocational program at College of Marin may apply for student financial assistance. Eligible students receive funds from a variety of federal, state and community programs to help cover school and living expenses.
The orientation is designed to help you familiarize yourself with the tools you need to succeed and to help facilitate your transition and integration into the college learning environment and College of Marin.
Online Orientation — Login to MyCOM to take the online orientation.
In-Person Orientation — Contact (415) 485-9432.
ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE (ESL)
For over thirty-five years, we have been addressing the needs of Marin County's English learners through its high-quality English as a Second Language (ESL) Programs.
- Noncredit ESL Application Process
- Noncredit ESL Classes
- Credit ESL Application Process
- Credit ESL Classes
- Summer/Fall 2017 Student Success Workshops and Placement Test Schedule
Visit ESL website to learn more.
High School Programs
College of Marin’s curriculum is equivalent to courses offered for the first two years at the University of California and California State University systems. Each year hundreds of high school students like you enroll in a variety of College of Marin classes, including foreign languages, science, dance, art, music, social sciences, and more. If you are not planning to transfer to a four-year university, consider enrolling in one of our workforce preparation programs such as business, multimedia, court reporting, medical assisting, or accounting among others.
Visit High School Programs webpage to learn more.