Welcome Home, Wolverine!

Congrats On Taking the First Step!

We understand the challenges of coming back and we're genuinely proud of your commitment to further your education. Your decision to return to learning is a testament to your resilience and determination. Welcome back to a community that celebrates your journey every step of the way!

Let's Get Started!

Steps to Reapply:


To begin your application, visit opencccapply.net

Returning students should already have an OpenCCC account, you must login using the previous information to access the CCC account.

If you are experiencing issues contact CCCApply via phone at 
(877) 247-4836 or email at support@openccc.zendesk.com.

Next, you can fill out the FAFSA (FREE Application for Federal Student Aid), which helps determine your financial need and aid eligibility.

To receive the highest amount of financial aid, submit your FAFSA as soon as October 1, and before March 2.

Complete or renew your application using the federal school code #001272.

Not a U.S. citizen, permanent resident, or eligible non-citizen? Fill out the CA Dream Act Application instead. To learn more, read this guide.

Meet with a counselor to develop your Educational Plan. A counselor is a valuable resource to help reach your goals! Schedule a same-day appointment by visiting General Counseling or call 909-384-4404 (First-come, first-served basis).

If you have completed a pre-requisite at another college a counselor can help clear you for registration.

Confirm your Priority Registration date in your SelfService account.

How to register for classes in SelfService.

Pay your fees at the time of registration. Currently, No-Drop for non-payment of registration fees.

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 them.

Meet Alumnus Daniel Hinojosa

Daniel Hinojosa, Jr. never gave up — and now, he has the diploma to prove it. The Fontana resident is graduating with honors from SBVC, earning his associate's degree in accounting and business administration, and is headed to Cal State San Bernardino for his bachelor's degree. He was inspired to enroll at SBVC by his stepdaughter, who studied to become a pharmacy technician. "Seeing her excel in college motivated me to strive for a better future and pursue a degree myself," Hinojosa said.

Read More About Daniel’s Story
Daniel Hinojosa posing in front of the Veterans Resource Center sign in full graduation regalia.
Headshot of Jasmin Smith smiling in graduation cap.

Meet Alumna Jasmin Smith

Jasmin Smith is proof that perseverance pays off. Smith has overcome several obstacles on her path to success, pushing through to earn an associate’s degree in sociology from San Bernardino Valley College in 2015 and a bachelor’s degree in human services from Cal State Dominguez Hills in 2021. The San Bernardino resident is now embarking on a new journey as a career transitional assistant at the Inland Empire Job Corps Center.

Read More About Jasmin’s Story

Check Out These Helpful Resources!


Apply your existing credits to a dynamic, interdisciplinary degree.


Know when to apply for the start date you want.


Read up on your options for funding your return to school.