What is the California Virtual Campus (CVC) Exchange?

The CVC Exchange allows students currently enrolled in at least one course at a California Community College to instantly enroll in online courses offered at eligible colleges.

This gives you the ability to enroll in courses that may or may not be available at your college, allowing you to achieve your goals faster and seamlessly without needing to complete separate application and registration processes.

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Financial Aid

San Bernardino Valley College (SBVC) offers a full array of financial aid programs, grants, workstudy, loans and scholarships to full-time and part-time students.

How it Works

  1. Search for online courses
    Find online courses at California Community Colleges other than your Home College.
  2. Select your online courses
    Review online course information, share, and save for later.
  3. Register for courses online
    Complete your online course registration and finish your general education requirements faster.
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Everything you need to succeed


As a CVC Exchange student, you will be in our system with two email addresses.  The one you use primarily for your coursework through Canvas will be your home college email.  Your instructor may utilize tools within our system and that information would be emailed to your SBVC provided email.



  • Include your name and SBVC Student ID number in every email.
  • If you have questions about your residency status at SBVC or believe there to be an error, contact your home school for more information.


If you receive academic accommodations (i.e., adjustments, auxiliary aids, or services) from the Disabled Students Programs & Services office at your home college, those services do not automatically transfer to SBVC courses. If you need an accommodation for your course, contact Student Accessibility Services (SAS) to apply. Please identify yourself as a CVC Exchange Student.


If you have been approved for or are eligible for federal financial aid at your home college, please contact the Financial Aid Office at your home college.

San Bernardino Valley College (SBVC) offers a full array of financial aid programs, grantsworkstudyloans and scholarships to full-time and part-time students.

As a teaching school, students may still be eligible for a fee waiver. Most students qualify by applying for the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) or Dream Act. More information can be found on the financial aid webpages.


If you need help Contacting Student Fees Staff please visit our Student Fees webpage.

We look forward to supporting your success this semester!