|Lower Division Collegiate||28.1%||30.7%||29.2%||29.8%||31.1%||34.50%||32.40%|
|Career Technical Preparatory||39.0%||37.8%||41.2%||38.0%||35.8%||39.44%||40.97%|
|Career Technical Supplementary||13.4%||13.5%||14.2%||11.6%||11.8%||7.59%||7.40%|
|Career Technical Apprentice||4.3%||2.9%||2.0%||1.3%||0.2%||0.00%||0.00%|
|Adult Basic Skills||4.4%||3.3%||2.3%||2.4%||5.6%||4.70%||6.56%|
|Adult Continuing Education||3.0%||2.7%||2.8%||3.6%||3.6%||3.48%||3.63%|
Lower Division Collegiate courses are freshman and sophomore level instruction and are comparable (nature, content, and level of credit) to those at an Oregon University System institution.
Career Technical Preparatory courses are collegiate level and provide education and training directed to the development of abilities, skills, understanding and attitudes needed to enter into an occupation.
Career Technical Supplementary courses are designed to upgrade the skills of workers currently employed in the occupational field related to the course.
Career Technical Apprentice courses combine on-the-job experience with classroom/lab instruction training workers to meet industry standards for a given occupation. Industry and individual employers design and control the training programs. Apprenticeship is a partnership of employers, workers, the State of Oregon, and community colleges.
Adult Basic Skills courses are for adults with less than an eighth grade education (adult basic education); adults with less than a high school diploma (GED preparation); or adults who lack English language skills needed to make satisfactory progress in the lower-division collegiate or professional technical programs of the institution or to enter the workforce (ESL).
Postsecondary Remedial courses are for persons who lack sufficient background in subject-matter areas to make satisfactory progress in the lower-division collegiate or professional technical programs of the institution.
Adult Continuing Education courses encompass a wide variety of special interest offerings for adult residents of community college districts. Adult continuing education workforce, health and safety courses are eligible for state reimbursement.
Non-Reimbursable courses are not eligible for state funding, but can be offered on a cost-recover/self-support basis; they include non-credit arts, sciences, and social sciences courses, open labs, shops, or gyms, physical education courses where competition is possible, courses that use alcohol or controlled substances, hunter safety courses, and courses teaching or promoting astrology, an occult or a religion. Hobby and recreation courses have never been eligible for state reimbursement.