Your student ID is needed at the library, gym, computer labs, and more.
Our orientation for new students will tell you all about our campus, departments and services you can take advantage of, and more.
The CCC Testing Center will help new students take the Accuplacer.
Accuplacer will help new students get placed into the appropriate level of English, Math, and Reading courses.
Students can also use their ACT or SAT test scores in place of the Accuplacer.
Submit all official transcripts or score reports to the Admissions and Records Office.
Our academic advisors will help you interpret your test scores, transfer of credits from other schools, and help select classes for the upcoming semester.
All new students must meet with an advisor who will help manage degree plans and schedules.
Advisors can be seen during business hours through walk-in appointments. Once registered for classes, students can make payment arrangements with the CCC business office and cashiers' windows. You’re one step closer to becoming an official CCC student.
Once you’ve registered for classes, you will need to obtain a student ID card by visiting Campus Security.
Everyday, more and more students are looking for affordable education right here in our community.