Community or Continuing Education Students
If you interested taking noncredit courses including noncredit short-term vocational certificate courses, preparing for the GED/HiSET, upgrading job skills, improving and strengthening basic skills, learning English, getting ready for the US Citizenship test, or staying mentally and physically fit you will first need to apply to Allan Hancock College via the CCCApply application.
After you have submitted the application, you will receive a welcome email to your personal email address that will help you get started with using the myHancock portal and registering for a community education class.
Note: If you are registering for a fee-based class or a College for Kids class, use this application instead.
You will need the following to apply:
Your high school transcript with an accurate GPA (if you've graduated within the last 10 years)
A chosen major (you may choose "noncredit" as your major or choose a degree or certificate)
A personal email address (you receive a student email account after registering for a class)
Your Social Security Number (SSN) if you have one (more information below)
Not supplying your Social Security Number will affect your financial aid or Hancock
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It is important that you complete BOTH steps:
Step 1: Create a CCCApply account by clicking the link below and receiving a CCCID
Step 2: Complete the application for admission.
After you have submitted the application above, you will receive a welcome email to your personal email address that will help you get started with using the myHancock portal and registering for a class.
Video: Getting started with the myHancock portal
When submitting your application, you will have the option of not submitting your SSN and to Consent to Release Information:
- Not submitting your SSN: Your application process and the ability to register and receive financial aid may be delayed if you have been issued a valid social security number and choose to submit your application for admission without your correct SSN. See more information on providing a Social Security Number or Taxpayer Identification Number.
- Request for Consent to Release Information: To protect your privacy, marking the box "I do not consent", requires that you, the student, provide written authorization and a valid photo ID each and every time you or a third party requests any information about your records.