At Portmore Community College we view our students as our number one priority. You will never be just an ID number or a nameless face. At Portmore Community College we take pride in serving our students. Our admission staff are some of the best you will ever come across. Our lecturers genuinely care and tend to go above and beyond to assist students. Our support staff is friendly and very helpful.

The Admissions Department monitors students’ progress throughout their programme of study by preparing, maintaining and analysing data captured from students’ records.

Some functions of the Admissions Office include:

  • 1. Register students for external exams (CSEC and CAPE examination)
  • 2. Issue CSEC/Cape Exam timetables
  • 3. Collect all registration documents
  • 4. Advise students about Redo/ Resit procedures
  • 5. Completion/Exemption/Matriculation/ Re-Alignment request
  • 6. Transcript request
  • 7. Issue progress reports
  • 8. Status letter request
  • 9. Grade query issues and follow up

The Admissions Office is manned by personnel from the Registry. Admissions may be contacted by email at or via telephone at 630-1772.

Useful Forms

The Admissions Department is one of the areas in the College with which you will interface on a regular basis. The unit is responsible for enrolment and admissions management procedures and to ensure that adherence to these is maintained.

Admissions & Enrolment

How to enrol?

Application forms may be collected from the College’s Admissions Office or downloaded from our website. Before submitting your application form, please view the Application Checklist.

Additional information about the programme including information on the tuition structure for the programme can be obtained from our Admissions office : (876) 630-1772

Associate Degree:
A minimum of five (5) CSEC or GCE O’level including English A and Mathematics.

Bachelor's Degree:
Applicant must possess an Associate degree issued by the CCCJ. It should be noted that the qualifying degree must be in an area relevant to the intended programme of study.

CAPE applicants are required to have a minimum of five (5) CSEC including English A and Mathematics. Applicants are also required to have the CSEC subject equivalent to CAPE subject of choice.

Students are required to have at least completed Grade 11. No other academic entry requirements needed.

The Portmore Community College is a tertiary institution that prepares individuals for professional employment. In addition, we are a Ministry of Education Institution and therefore we are expected to adhere to certain codes of conduct and modes of dress. You are therefore being advised to review the dress code and adhere to same once you decide to attend the college.

Applications are continuously being processed throughout the year.
However Applicants who wish to start school in September must submit their application on or before the 31st of August.

Any application submitted after the 31st of August will be processed for the start of the semester in January. For additional information contact the Admissions office by telephone at (876) 630-1772 or via email at

MONDAYS: 8:30 A.M. – 7:00 P.M.
TUESDAYs: 8:30 A.M. – 5:00 P.M.
WEDNESDAYS: 8:30 A.M. – 7:00 P.M.
THURSDAYS: 8:30 A.M. – 7:00 P.M.
FRIDAYS: 8:30 A.M. – 4:00 P.M.
SATURDAYS: 10:00 A.M. – 2:00 P.M.


For the professional student who may be unable to pay their full tuition fee in one installment at the start of the academic year, the college offers the following semester payment options. See the TUITION PAYMENT OPTIONS document for more information.

Apply Online

You can apply online to enrol in one of our professional courses. You may also download our application form and submit it at any one of our campuses.


iSIMS is our online Student Management System. iSIMS is accessible by both teachers and students. Click to login to iSIMS


Vist our programmes page to browse our programme offerings and select the programme that is right for you.