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Hello Grizzlies! Are you ready to apply to Palomar? There are 2 steps you must complete in order to attend Palomar College. 

Step 1: Create a CCCApply account and apply for the term that you wish to attend. (ex. Summer 2022) 
START HERE: Apply online at www.palomar.edu/apply

  • Look for your Palomar Student ID number, over email, 24 - 72 hours after your application is complete.
  • Contact the Admissions Office if you do not receive your ID number after 72 hours. [email protected]


Step 2: Activate your Palomar student email in the MyPalomar student portal. You will click ID/Password Help and enter your Palomar ID# 



Seniors


Complete Steps 1 & 2 from above. 

Apply for the Palomar Promise Program: https://www.palomar.edu/palomarpromise/

To order your High School Transcript visit: https://www.parchment.com/u/registration/196081/account

Video on Creating a Parchment.com Account

In order to get your college classes posted on your high school transcript, you need to request an official copy of your Palomar College transcript to be sent directly to:

    Mission Hills High School

    1 Mission Hills Court

    San Marcos, CA, 92069

    ATTN: Registrar

    (Request that the transcript be sent at the end of the semester, after the college instructor posts your grades.)


    Dual Enrollment 


    https://www.palomar.edu/dualenrollment/

    K12 Paperwork

    CCAP Agreement


    The Dual Enrollment Program refers to college classes offered at a high school intended for high school students to earn both high school and college credit completely free of charge! Dual enrollment programs are structured pathways and offer guided student support in the following areas: enrollment, instructional resources, Palomar College counseling.

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    Contacts 

    Jennifer Finn, Supervisor
    [email protected]

    Susan Rogers, Outreach Specialist
    [email protected]



    Concurrent Enrollment (Summer/Fall/Spring courses @ Palomar)

    K12 Paperwork

    CCAP Agreement

    Concurrent Enrollment is when a high school student takes a community college course during the summer, fall and spring terms at his or her own discretion at a Palomar campus or online. Students are required to pay for textbooks and some fees. Tuition of $46 is not charged to the high school student. 

    * Please note: An instructors signature is required for any student enrolling that is under 16 years of age. Instructors decide whether to accept students under 16 years of age into their classes. Admission is not guaranteed. MHHS does not process paperwork for summer, fall and spring terms for concurrent enrollment. All k12 paperwork must be processed between student and [email protected] via the student Palomar email. 

    The Counselors signature on the k12 paperwork can be retrieved from the Future Center or Counseling office. 

    Palomar Admissions:

    [email protected]
    (760) 744-1150, Ext. 2164


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