Admissions & Records
Thanks for choosing us to help you achieve your educational goals.
*Spring 2019 application opens October 1, 2018*
We are here to help you with the following:
APPLYING fOR ADMISSION tO SJCC
Start Here - CCC Apply by submitting an application for admission to SJCC.
All new students must submit an application.
Students who were away from SJCC for more than two semesters (not including Summer) must submit a new application.
(Please note: International Students planning to study at SJCC full-time under F-1 visa status are required to submit an International Student Application to be considered for admission. Please click here for more information
Take an Assessment Test to determine which English and Math classes you will start with. SJCC Student ID number is required to schedule an Assessment. You will receive your student ID number, via email, shortly after you submit your application for admission. See Preparing for the Assessment here.
Attend an Orientation to learn more about how SJCC works
Asessment exams are all followed by Orientation sessions
Online Orientation Instructions here.
Speak with the Counseling department about other Orientation options.
Meet with a Counselor to develop or revise your Educational Plan.
Register for Classes
MyWeb (preferred) OR
In -person at Admissions & Records
Pay for your classes – View a list of fees
You may qualify for Financial Aid including a BOG Fee Wavier.
REGISTERING fOR CLASSES
Students may register for classes by one of the following:
Online: Log on to MyWeb (preferred)
In-person: At Admissions & Records
You will receive an email with your registration appointment – you may register at any time starting with your appointment date and time.
TIPS FOR REGISTERING
All students must have a current application on file prior to registering for classes- if you try to register without a current application, you will receive the following message on MyWeb "Student has no registration priority . . . "
Work with a counselor early to determine which classes you need to take.
Register for classes as soon as you are able to.
You will receive an email with your registration appointment– you may register at any time starting with your appointment date and time.
Make sure you clear your holds before trying to register.
Check to see if there are pre-requisites for the classes you are registering for.
Once the term/semester begins, students wishing to add classes will need an add code from their instructor.
All students must have a current application on file prior to adding.
Students may obtain an add code only from the instructor*If the add code is entered (online or by phone) and the class is not added, a new add code will be necessary
Classes must be added by the deadline to add classes (seeimportant dates)
It is the student’s responsibility to drop classes that they are not attending and do not intend to attend.
Classes must be dropped by the “Refund Day” to not be charged for the class (see important dates) A refund request must be submitted in order to receive a refund of a credit on a student account. Classes must be dropped by the last day to drop without a W to not receive a W or any academic record (see important datesClasses must be dropped by the last day to drop with a W to receive a W (see important dates).
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS cONCURRENT ENROLLMENT
New and returning high school students must complete the following steps to register for class:
Submit an application for admission to SJCC via
New students must complete an Assessment Test (See Assessment information above).
Submit a R-40 form, complete with all signatures, to Admissions & Records to register for class.
All High School students must register in person at Admissions & Records.
High School students are not charged for enrollment of less than full-time.
If high school students attend full-time or more, they will be responsible for enrollment fees for the entire term.
Fall and Spring semesters full-time is 12 units or more
SUPPLEMENTAL APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS
Certain departments or programs have additional requirements and/or enrollment limitations. In addition to the college Application for Admission, students seeking admission into these programs/departments are required to submit supplemental applications, and are subject to additional screening.
Supplemental applications are required at SJCC for students entering the Cosmetology department and at EVC for students entering Nursing Education and In-Service Law Enforcement.
Information is available in the cosmetology building (next to reprographics) or by calling (408) 288-3710.
Applications for the In-Service Law Enforcement program are available only at the
South Bay Regional Public Safety Training Consortium
Information regarding the supplemental application for EVC Nursing Education is available in the Nursing department office in Sequoia. Students applying to the Nursing Program must submit an official transcript from all previously attended colleges with their Nursing application. Incomplete application packets will not be considered.
College transcripts from previously attended accredited institutions may be used to determine a student’s exemption from testing requirements. Although not required for admission, the student’s official college transcripts from other accredited institutions will be reviewed for graduation from either SJCC or EVC. All transcripts become the permanent property of the San Jose Evergreen Community College District.
It is the policy of this District that, unless specifically exempted by statute, every course, course section or class, the Full Time Equivalent Students (FTES) of which is to be reported for state aid, wherever offered and maintained by the District, shall be fully open to enrollment and participation by any person who has been admitted to the College(s) and who meets such prerequisites as may be established pursuant to Title 5 of the California Administrative Code, commencing with section 58100. San José/Evergreen Community College District does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, ethnic group identification, gender, national origin, age, marital status, sexual orientation, organizational affiliation, political beliefs, veteran status, language, accent, immigration status, ancestry, transgender, or physical or mental disability. The lack of English language skills will not be a barrier to admission to or participation in vocational education programs. SJ/ECCD is subject to Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 as amended, Sections 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. For further information, please contact the Equal Employment Opportunity Officer at either San José City College or Evergreen Valley College.
Student Center, 1st Floor
Fall & Spring
Monday - Thursday8:30 am - 5:30 pm
Friday9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Summer & Intersession
Monday - Thursday8:30 am - 5:00 pm
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