Transient Students Apply
How to Apply
In order to apply for admission to Coastal Alabama Community College, you must:
Apply for Admission
Complete online application, including creation of your User Name and PIN.
Submit a Valid ID
Email a copy of your valid ID to email@example.com
Submit Online Application and Transient Form
Submit an approved transient form from your “home” institution. You are responsible for requesting your official Coastal Alabama Community College transcript be sent back upon completion of the semester at the college.
Connect with your Coastal Advisor
Meet with your advisor and select your course load.
DIVE Into College sessions are great opportunities to get ahead!
Begin Your Degree Program
Register for classes and receive your schedule!
Pay Tuition and Fees
Pay tuition and fees – don't forget to check into dorms and meal tickets!
Purchase Books and Supplies
Take your schedule of classes to the bookstore and personnel will assist you. Some scholarships and financial aid do not cover the cost of books.
Get Parking Decal
Don't start the first day of class with a parking fine stuck to your windshield! Be sure to register for a parking decal.
Students can adjust their schedules during the first week of classes.
Start classes and have a great semester!
Transient Student Policy
Students who are currently attending another accredited college or university and who are in good standing may be admitted to the College as transient students.
Transient students in good standing must provide written authorization from the postsecondary institution in which they are currently enrolled that courses selected at the College have been approved for transferable credit. The transient form must be submitted at the same time the students apply for admission.
Applicants must complete the Application for Admission form which may be obtained upon request from the Admissions Office of the College or on the website.
Applicants must request that an official “Letter of Transiency,” properly signed by the Dean or Registrar at the postsecondary institution in which they are currently enrolled, be mailed directly to the Admissions Office.