ADMISSIONS AND RECORDS
The Admissions and Records Office admits all students; maintains and retrieves records; evaluates and distributes records, including grades and transcripts; evaluates certificate and graduation applications; certifies and reports enrollment and attendance data; and serves the members of the student body, staff and the community. We are here to assist you with the admission process for Victor Valley College .
**Attention students: Course Repetition and Withdrawal Procedure Changes Effective Summer 2012**
The California Community College Board of Governors recently passed revisions to Title V regarding course repetition and withdrawal which will take effect Summer 2012.
A student will be allowed to enroll in a non-repeatable course for a maximum of three times.
If a student has received a substandard grade or has withdrawn from a non-repeatable course (includes D, F, FW, NP or W) prior to Summer 2012, all course repetitions and withdrawals will be counted towards the new Title V limitation.
Therefore, a student who has taken a non-repeatable course the maximum number of times prior to Summer 2012 will not be allowed to repeat the course at Victor Valley College.
Please be aware that response time to your emails and phone calls will be longer than usual. We appreciate your patience and understanding.
- General information - (760) 245-4271 extension 2272
- Graduation evaluations and Residency status - (760) 245-4271 extension 2678
- Transcripts - (760) 245-4271 If your last name begins with: A-M (call ext. 2297) If your last name begins with N-Z (call ext. 2720)
- Petitions or Certificates- (760) 245-4271 ext 2267
or e-mail us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
DEADLINE TO ADD WILL BE STRICTLY ENFORCED. LATE ADDS WILL NOT BE ALLOWED.
California Community Colleges are facing serious fiscal challenges as a result of the State budget crisis. It is more important than ever that students pay close attention to deadlines, procedures and other important information.
The deadline to add classes will be strictly enforcedand only those students withaverifiable extenuating circumstance will be allowed to submit a Petition for Late Add. Approval will be based on evidence of circumstances beyond the student's control, such as death in the family, car accident, serious illness, eviction, etc. To be considered, the student must submit, to the Admissions and Records office, the petition, written explanation and appropriate documentation. Late adds will not be considered for any other reason.
The deadline to add varies for classes less than 16 weeks. Check with Admissions and Records for dates.
Effective immediately, all registration will be online only via Web Advisor at http://webadvisor.vvc.edu. (Please note: Students who have been approved for a Prerequisite Challenge or Course Repeat must register in person at Bldg 52.)
Computers are available on campus for registration at the following locations:
- Student Services Lab - Building 50 - Monday-Friday 8:30am - 5:00pm
- Student Activities Center – Second Floor, Bldg 44 - Monday-Friday - 8:30am - 4:00pm
- Advanced Technology Center – Bldg 21, Monday-Friday 9:00am-5:00pm
Who Can Enroll at Victor Valley College ?
You may enroll in classes at Victor Valley College if you are:
- A high school graduate or the equivalent (GED or CHSPE) or,
- If not a high school graduate, you are at least 18 years of age,
- A transfer, out-of-state or international student.
Victor Valley College upper campus
Building 52, Admissions and Records, windows 1-4
Regular Semester Office Hours
Monday - Thursday 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM
Friday 8:30 AM to 12:00 PM