Child and Family Studies
Students in this program are required to complete certain safety and documentation requirements before working directly with children.
College students must have current inoculations before working directly with children.
Students need to submit documentation requirements by their second term in both the Associate of Applied Science Degree and the One-Year Certificate.
- First Year Student Documentation Requirements
- Second Year Student (Practicum) Documentation Requirements
- Cooperative Work Experience (CWE) Documentation Requirements
While not required, CFS graduates are strongly encouraged to apply for the Oregon Registry.
Upon graduation, Associate of Applied Science students (AAS degree) in Child & Family Studies will be eligible to apply for Step 9 on the Oregon Registry.
Please contact the Family Resource and Education center, for more information. (541) 917-4899.