For more Academic and Admissions Policies: Academic Policies Manual
Campus Security Report
An annual campus security report is available to all students. In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy on the Public Safety, this report gives an overview of the College Police and safety policies, emergency response procedures, reporting procedures, and crime statistics.
Visit www.capecod.edu/police for more information on campus security and a PDF of the report.
Criminal Offender Record Information and Sex Offender Registry Information Checks
In order for a student to be eligible to participate in an academic, community or clinical program that involves potential unsupervised contact with children, the disabled, or the elderly, the student may be required to undergo a Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) check and/or a Sex Offender Registry Information (SORI) check.
For more information regarding the College's CORI/SORI check process: www.capecod.edu/web/hr/cori-sori
Health Insurance Requirement
All students carrying nine credits or more in the Day or DCE Divisions must participate in the student health insurance program or in a health insurance program with comparable coverage. The premium charge for Cape Cod Community College Health Insurance Plan will appear on your bill. If you already have comparable coverage you must officially waive participation in the Cape Cod Community College Insurance Plan by completing the online waiver form.
For more information: www.capecod.edu/busoff/insurance
Home Schooling Policy
All home-schooled students, without a high school diploma or GED, are eligible to apply for admission to a degree or certificate program provided they have successfully completed an approved home school program in accordance with the Massachusetts General Laws or the laws of their home state.
For more information: Admissions Requirements
Every full-time student (12 credits or more) and every full-time or part-time student in a health science program who is in contact with patients, must present a physician's certificate that such student has received specific immunizations.
- For the complete policy on Immunization Requirements: www.capecod.edu/web/academic-policies
- For Immunization FAQ and downloadable forms: www.capecod.edu/registration/immunization
Re-admission to the College
Students who had once applied to the College and enrolled, but are no longer “matriculated” due to:
- graduation from the College, or
- an unenrolled status for two consecutive years, can follow the standard application procedures for readmission. Re-applicants must check with the Admissions Office to determine whether or not they need to resubmit their high school and college transcripts. If a student is readmitted to the College or changes his/her degree or certificate program, the graduation requirements are those in effect on that date. Students who do not register for classes at the College after two consecutive semesters, exclusive of summer, will be required to see an advisor prior to registration
A student may apply for readmission to the college following a calendar year dismissal. The student will continue to be on probation and expected to raise his/her CGPA to Good Standing within one calendar year.
A student who elects to remain inactive for two consecutive semesters may apply for readmission under the Fresh Start Option.
Selective Health Program Applicants
Applicants interested in applying to the Dental Hygiene, Diagnostic Technician, Fire Science/EMS Option, Medical Assisting, Medical Interpreter, Nursing or Paramedic programs at Cape Cod Community College must complete additional requirements to be considered for admission to their program of choice.
Interested applicants should review the Selective Admissions Requirements online at www.capecod.edu/admissions/requirements and choose the link to a specific program of study for more information on health program admission requirements.
Transfer of Science Credits
Students who are transferring in credits for science courses that do not fit the traditional four-credit format (3 credits lecture, 1 credit laboratory) may be permitted to take only the laboratory portion of a Cape Cod Community College science course that closely matches the transferred course. Refer to Course Descriptions for a description of classes and requirements – search for "Laboratory for Transfer Students."
Transfer to Cape Cod Community College
If you are transferring to Cape Cod Community College, you must submit official transcripts from all colleges and universities ever attended. Upon acceptance to the College, the Registrar's Office will conduct a transfer credit evaluation of previous college-level course work and notify students, in writing, of accepted transfer credit. Transfer of credits from another college to Cape Cod Community College is determined on an individual basis.
Visit Transfer Credits for a list of guidelines.