How To Become A Student

See Important changes in Spring Registration Payments below...

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If you attended the last semester you're a continuing student;  NO additional application required.  

Financial Aid awards will be disbursed to the New Wolverine Card.  We offer a variety of programs that may assist students in reaching their goals.  Apply online and in advance of registration!  Not all fees are covered by the BOGG Fee Waiver.

Orientation & Assessment

New students are required to complete Orientation & Assessment Testing.  Assessment identifies present levels of skill in English, Math, Reading & English as a Second Language (ESL) Learners.  You will not be denied admission based on assessment results!  Complete Orientation in WebAdvisor - print out the Orientation Certificate of completion and bring with you for testing.

  • Complete Orientation in WebAdvisor - printing out the Orientation Certificate and bring to your Assessment.
  • Place higher in Math!  Before testing sign up for a Pre-Assessment workshop through Science Technology Engineering & Mathematics (STEM)
  • Set your Assessment Appointment Online

Counseling - Advisement - Planning

Meet with a counselor to develop and educational plan.  A Counselor can show you options and how to reach your goals!  To schedule a same-day appointment, please come to the Counseling Center or call the Center at 909-384-4404.  Appointments are on first-served basis.

 

  • If you have Assessed within last 2yrs or completed a pre-requisite at another college meet with a Counselor for an exemption or pre-req clearance form.
  • Develop your Educational Plan and consider the many Associate For Transfer Degrees and Certificate of Achievement programs offered.
  • The Summer 2015 eSchedule (coming April 10th), Waitlist are valuable tools in WebAdvisor  Registration. 

Register & Pay Enrollment Fees

  • Confirm your Priority Registration date in your WebAdvisor account.
  • Use Step-by-Step Instructions to add classes in WebAdvisor.
  • No drop for non-payment for Spring 2017. Pay your fees ASAP (before it is time to register for the next term).

    NOTE: As a student, you are responsible for dropping classes by the stated deadlines. If you register for a class and later change your mind, it is your responsibility to drop the class. An outstanding balance at the end of the term will result in a hold placed on your account. The hold will prevent you from registering for courses, ordering transcripts, enrollment verifications, and receiving certificates or diplomas.
  • Not all registration fees are covered by the BOGG Fee Waiver (Covers $46 per unit charge).  Read about Enrollment Fees that are required & how to calculate.

Extended Office Hours- January 17-28 Mon-Thur 8am-7pm, Fri 8am-4:30pm, Sat 9am-1pm