High School Students
High School students are eligible to be co-enrolled at Feather River College. Enrollment fees will be waived with the exception of health fees and transit fees. Maximum enrollment for High School students is 11 units.
Feather River College cannot provide remedial courses to high school students who have not passed the High School Proficiency Examination and are under the age of 18. This co-enrollment program is designed for students prepared to go beyond high school level coursework.
The following is required for all high school students enrolling at Feather River College.
Follow the links for further details.
Complete the High School Co-Enrollment Student Permit form and obtain the required signatures outlined on the form.
Complete an Online Application to Obtain your Student ID Number.
Select “First Time User Account Creation.” Complete all information as requested and then click “Application is Complete” to submit. Print the “Signature Page” with your 9 digit Student Identification Number. This number will be your “User ID” when you are ready to log in to your Student Portal.
Additional Instructions for completing the Application for Admissions online.
Take an Assessment Test
Assessment testing is required for all academic classes and must be taken prior to academic advising. Assessment tests indicate basic skill levels in reading, writing and math and assist in determining appropriate placement into classes. We advise you to come rested and fully prepared to concentrate on these tests. Many students score higher when they prepare with Assessment Test Study Resources. The tests take about two hours to complete and the results are available immediately. Results do not affect eligibility for admission. Special testing accommodations are available for students with disabilities and limited English skills by advance appointment. For non-academic courses such as Health & Exercise, Theatre, etc, assessment may be waived.
Contact the Assessment Center at (530) 283-0202, ext. 313 or 215 to schedule for an assessment test.
Meet with an Academic Advisor:
Before enrolling in classes you must meet with an academic advisor to identify educational and career goals and to develop a schedule of classes and an individualized Student Education Plan (SEP). If you ultimately plan to pursue a degree, certiciate, or transfer requirements, a SEP will ensure that you stay on track. Assessment scores and high school transcripts are used to help in this process.
Contact the Advising Center at (530) 283-0202, ext. 313 or 215 to schedule an appointment.
- Stop by the Admissions & Records Office to:
- Submit the High School Co-Enrollment Student Permit form,
- Enroll in Classes, and
- Pay Appropriate Fees.
Due to higher education rules concerning confidentiality of college students, registration for courses is to be conducted personally by the student not by a proxy.
The Student Identification Number allows access to your Student Portal (My FRC) on the FRC Website. From the Portal you may view schedules, account statements, and final grades.
Instructions to log on to your Student Portal and access your student records.