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  • Eureka
    Student Services Building
    Monday-Thursday
    9:00a-4:00p
    707.476.4200
  • Del Norte
    Monday-Friday
    8:00a-5:00p
    707.465.2380
  • Klamath-Trinity
    Monday-Friday
    8:00a-5:00p
    530.625.4821

How to become a student at CR

Click the links for more information on each step.

Complete the CR Application

Use this application if you are new to CR OR If you are a returning student but haven't taken classes in the past 12 months.

*If you are an international, out-of-state, high school, or veteran student, there may be additional steps. Learn more under "What type of student are you?"

We also encourage you to apply for financial aid now. Applications take approximately 12 weeks to process.

Fill out the application at www.fafsa.ed.gov AND

visit CR Financial Aid for more information.

Approximately 3 to 5 business days after completing your application for admission to the College you will receive an email via your personal email address provided in the application. The email will provide your initial login information to your new student email account.

ALL notifications from CR will be sent to your CR student email address.

The placement process is required to enroll in the correct Math & English classes. Practice tests are available. 

Contact your site for more information.

Placements are offered at:

Have you taken Math or English at another college? Request that official transcripts be sent to CR ASAP. Transcripts can be addressed to the CR Registrar or emailed to evaluator@redwoods.edu. Then, contact Counseling & Advising to review your transcript evaluation and develop a Student Education Plan.

View our calendar for upcoming orientation dates or call your site:

  • Eureka 707.476.4150
  • Del Norte 707.465.2300
  • Klamath-Trinity 530.625.4846

Not able to make it to an in-person orientation? Complete our Online Orientation and then email Counseling & Advising to set up an appointment to develop a Student Education Plan.

*Orientation to the college is an important step. Students who complete the placement process, orientation, and work with an advisor or counselor to develop a Student Education Plan will get Priority registration and be able to register for classes before the general population.

Login to Webadvisor to search and register for classes.

You can also use WebAdvisor to access your student information, view your financial aid status, and pay your fees

If you are new to WebAdvisor, please visit our tutorials.

Fees are due at the time of registration. Otherwise, you may be dropped from your classes through the deregistration process. Pay your fees by logging into your WebAdvisor Account.

Did you apply and receive financial aid?

Disbursements are made through the CR Access Card program. Please choose a refund preference using your CR Access Card as soon as you receive it in the mail. This will allow for prompt delivery of your financial aid disbursements. 

The card will be mailed to you after you have enrolled in classes at CR.  DO NOT THROW THIS CARD AWAY, it is not a credit card and you will need the number on the card to set up your refund preference.  Go to :  www.CRaccesscard.com  to select your refund preference.

The funds disbursed to your CR Access Card are disbursed sometime during the indicated disbursement date (normally by noon).  Please be patient and allow for the transfer of funds to be processed.  You will be notified by an email (or a text message if you choose that option) from Higher One once the transfer is complete.

There is a Higher One ATM on the Eureka Main Campus in the LRC Breezeway.

Buy books, supplies and parking permits at the CR bookstore or online

Get a Student ID Card

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