Christina Tieyah, Student Services Coordinator, email@example.com
CNC Admissions Policy
The College is committed to a policy of non-discrimination, will not discriminate because of race, color, creed, national origin, religion, sex, or age, and will not deny access to a qualified student based on the applicant’s physical or mental disability.
Comanche Nation College has an open admission policy, any applicant who has earned a high school diploma or a GED prior to admissions will be accepted into the College.
CNC Admissions Process
- Apply to CNC online
- Submit an official high school transcript.
- Submit ACT or SAT scores.
- Provide sealed official copy of any past college transcript(s).
- If you are over 21 and have never been to college, set up an appointment for Accuplacer Testing in Student Services. Accuplacer Testing will be done at CNC every Friday; two sessions beginning at 9:30 am and another at 1:30 pm.
- A copy of your Picture ID (Driver’s License, State, Military, Passport, or Alien Registration Card)
- A copy of your CDIB, CIB, or Tribal Enrollment Letter (if applicable)
- — or, if you are not enrolled in a Tribe but one or both of your parent(s) are, you can claim “Descendant.” You will need to provide a copy of your enrolled parent’s CDIB, CIB, or Tribal Enrollment Letter.
- Meet with an advisor to choose a degree plan and enroll in classes.
- Pay tuition & fees or set up a payment plan; or if you are eligible for Federal Financial Aid and/or scholarships, you will be advised to speak with the Financial Aid Coordinator.
- If dually enrolling with Bacone College, complete their admissions process as well. Details are available in the Student Services Office.
A student who wishes to transfer to Comanche Nation College as a degree seeking student from another institution in the state system may be admitted in good standing if the following standards are met:
- The student must meet the high school curricular requirements for admission.
- The student must have a grade point average high enough to meet CNC’s retention standards of a 1.7 cumulative grade point average for the first 30 credit hours and a 2.0 cumulative grade point average for all hours beyond 30.
A student may enroll in a credit course as an audit student on a non-credit basis with the permission of the instructor teaching the course. Enrollment is done in the normal manner with the enrollment indication that it will be an “audit.” Audit students are not held responsible for the work/exams expected of regular students and receive no grade or credit for the course.
- Applicant must be 55 years of age or older
- Complete and submit CNC admission application, and other admissions forms
Elders will be able to enroll in all courses but will not receive college credit (unless they chose to do so). Elders who do not plan to receive credit will be considered an audit student. Audit students are not required to take any assessment or class tests.
A high school junior or senior may be enrolled in collegiate level courses provided she or he meets both the admissions and curricular requirements set by OSRHE. Concurrent students must be able to satisfy all curricular requirements for graduation from high school (including curricular requirements for college admission) no later than the spring semester of their senior year. All concurrent students are required to submit an official high school transcript and ACT scores along with a signed application.
Seniors: Minimum composite score of 19 ACT or 900 SAT or have a 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale and ACT subject test score must be 19 or higher for the area(s) in which they want to enroll.
Juniors: Minimum composite score of 21 ACT or 980 SAT or have a 3.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale and ACT subject test must be 19 or higher in which they want to enroll.
Students Currently on Academic Suspension from Another Institution
Students requesting admission to Comanche Nation College while on suspension from another state institution may be considered for admission as follows:
- The student must petition, in writing, to the Director of Student Services explaining circumstances of suspension, along with information or plans which reflect the student’s commitment to future academic success.
- The Director of Student Services will consider the petition and a judgment shall be made as to the appropriateness of admission or non-admission.
Home Study or Non-Recognized Accredited or Unaccredited High Schools
An individual who is a graduate of a private, parochial, or other non-public school which is not accredited by a recognized accrediting agency is eligible for admission if they have participated in the ACT or SAT test and high school peers must have graduated.
CNC Tuition Rates
- CDIB- $130 per credit hour, applicable fees
- NON-CDIB- $135 per credit hour, applicable fees
- Dually-Enrolled Bacone/CNC- $161 per credit hour, $300 flat fee
- AUDIT- $15 per credit hour, fee-exempt
- ELDER- $15 per class, fee-exempt
Other fees do apply; please check the current College Catalog or the Cost of Attendance page for a list of fees associated with academic tuition.