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STEPS TO ENROLLMENT FOR NEW STUDENTS

All students, except those exempted on the basis of locally established criteria (see next page), are expected to complete the following matriculation steps. Detailed information regarding matriculation policies and provisions can be found in the College catalog and Schedule of Classes.

STEP ONE: APPLY FOR ADMISSION ONLINE

STEP TWO: ATTEND "NEW STUDENT" ORIENTATION

After you have completed your Admissions Application, you must complete your orientation. Orientation prepares you to register for your first semester classes.

You may complete your orientation online or in-person.

ONLINE ORIENTATION

IN-PERSON ORIENTATION

STEP THREE: COMPLETE ASSESSMENT TEST

STEP FOUR: ADVISEMENT

After you complete your Admissions Application, New Student Orientation, and Assessment test (unless exempted), you may schedule an appointment with a counselor. In-person Counseling is available by appointment only.

Please note: Summer appointments with individual counselors are ONLY available for Veterans, students new to the college, returning students who were not enrolled during the Spring 2012 semester, and students who are required to appeal for their financial aid.

Before making an in-person Counseling appointment, you must have completed your Assessment and Orientation. You will need to bring your Assessment printout to your Counseling appointment. Transfer students must bring a copy of their transcripts from every prior college to the appointment. Veterans must bring a copy of military transcripts, other college transcripts and DD214 to their appointment.

 

If you are academically "Subject to Dismissal," or in progress "Subject to Dismissal", then you must attend a Student Success Workshop in order to register for the fall semester.

You may register for classes before meeting with a counselor.

You are not required to submit an Education Plan to the Financial Aid Office unless you have to petition for Financial Aid, or are a G.I. Bill student.

STEP FIVE: REGISTER FOR CLASSES

  • A registration date will automatically be assigned to you allowing you to use WebAdvisor, our online registration system.

  • To determine your registration date, go to http://www.vvc.edu and look under “Admissions” for the registration date information for the term in which you have applied. Registration dates may not be available if you have applied early for a term. Continue to check the VVC website for updates. The Schedule of Classes and instructions for registration can be found on WebAdvisor at http://webadvisor.vvc.edu.

  • A Student Identification Card is required for VVC students and must be presented to access certain classes, computer labs, the weight room and the library. Bring your photo ID and class printout to the ASB Office (Upstairs in Building #44) to get your photo taken and get your ASB / Student ID card.

STEP SIX: PAY FEES

  • For your convenience, you may pay your fees by:Payments must be received no later than 4:30pm on the fee payment deadline.

FINANCIAL AID (optional):

  • Many VVC students receive some type of financial assistance in the form of grants, loans, and/or scholarships to help pay for the costs of attending Victor Valley College.

  • To apply, complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.ed.gov.

  • You can obtain all the necessary forms and instructions on the Financial Aid Website here.

EXEMPTIONS

If you meet any one or more of the following conditions, you can choose not to participate in the matriculation activities outlined in STEPS 2 & 3 above. Those students who do not meet any of these exemptions must complete the activities in STEPS 2 & 3.

Check all that apply:

ORIENTATION/ADVISEMENT EXEMPTIONS

__ 1. Completed an Associate (AA/AS) or higher degree from an accredited college.

__ 2. Enroll only in non-credit classes.

__ 3. Taking classes for recertification or licensing.

__ 4. Currently enrolled in a four-year college or university.

ASSESSMENT EXEMPTIONS

 __ 1. Completed an Associate (AA/AS) or higher degree from an accredited college.

__ 2. Completed the equivalent of at least Math 50 and English 101 at another higher education institution. (See Counseling)

__ 3. Have placement recommendations from an ASSESSMENT taken within 3 years at another California Community College. (See Counseling)

__ 4. Enroll only in non-credit classes.

__ 5. Planning to only take classes for personal development or enrichment.

__ 6. Taking classes for recertification or licensing.

__ 7. Currently enrolled in a four-year college or university.