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Saddleback College

Freshman Advantage Program

Application Process Begins December 1, 2016! Seniors attending Saddleback College in Fall 2017 need to complete the Freshman Advantage process no later than April 14th, 2017 to earn PRIORITY REGISTRATION. To take advantage of this opportunity and for detailed instructions please click here.  Included you will find:

  • TO DO Checklist
  • Step-By-Step Instructions for COMPLETING THE SADDLEBACK COLLEGE ONLINE APPLICATION
  • Assessment Test Dates (Math, English & Reading) and Sample Questions
  • Map to Matriculation Testing Office

Irvine Valley College

Freshman Advantage Program

 

The FRESHMAN ADVANTAGE PROGRAM is designed specifically for high school seniors planning to attend IVC in the Fall 2017.

  • This program offers high school seniors the opportunity to apply early, receive an early registration time and enroll in their classes before most currently enrolled IVC students!
  • The early application period for Fall 2017 opens December 1, 2016.
  • The early application period is only open to graduating high school seniors, so complete the early admissions process early for the best registration time.

STEP 1: Apply for Admission to IVC

STEP 2: Apply for financial aid (not mandatory, but highly encouraged). Each year IVC awards over $10 million in financial aid annually.

STEP 3: Complete orientation

STEP 4: Complete assessment

STEP 5: Complete advisement

  • Don’t wait. You must complete the entire admissions process by April 14th, 2017 in order to receive your Freshman Advantage Early Registration time. Plan ahead; the admission steps may take 3-4 weeks to complete.

California Community Colleges

It is the recommendation of the CVHS Guidance Office that any student who plans to attend a community college should meet with their Academic Advisor to establish goals and complete a plan of action to meet those goals.  It is also recommended that a student meet with a counselor at the community college upon matriculation to discuss goals for completing certifiicate programs, competing an Associates Degree, or participating in the TRANSFER program to a four year university.

 

Who Can Attend A Community College?

A community college is a good choice for anyone who may want to attend a four-year school later but who is not yet academically, personally or economically ready to begin study at a univeristy.  To be eligible to attend a community college, one must be 18 years of age, or possess a high school diploma.  In the California Community Colleges, you can work toward an associate (two-year) degree in hundreds of academic and technical fields (which will enable you to transfer to a college or university to complete a baccalaureate degree); or, you can complete a one - or two-year training or certificate program in a choice of occupational fields, various health professions, and/or high-technology job fields.

 

What If I Want to Pursue a Four-year Bachelor's Degree but attend a Community College First?

All community colleges offer courses that meet the lower-division (first two years) of a four-year college or university.  Counselors in transfer centers and couseling offices at the community colleges can help you plan your community college program to make sure that the courses you select are transferrable.  You should also check the requirements of the college or university to which you plan to transfer, especially in your major subject.  Many community colleges offer written tranfer guarantee programs to specific universities.  This information can be found in the community college transfer center or counseling center.

 

Career Education Vocational Programs

The California Community Colleges can help students get the training needed to qualify for a well-paying job with room for advancement.  Career education vocational programs are offered in hundreds of areas that employers need.  Areas of vocational (occupational) education include health occupations, electronics and computer sciences, business and finance, agriculture and industrial trades, and many others.  Community colleges have up-to-date equipment and facilities and vocational instructors who are experts in their fields.  Depending on the occupation you select, training may take from six months to two years.  Associate degrees and certificates (shorter-term) programs are available in many fields. 

Taking Classes at Saddleback College

Click on the link to find out about taking classes at as a high school students and after graduation.

http://www.saddleback.edu/admissions/k-12-students


IGETC Transfer Information - scroll down towards end


Honors Program at Saddleback 


Concurrent Enrollment @ Saddleback

Other Helpful Links

California Community Colleges State-Wide   www.cccco.edu

California Community College Transfer Programs - www.assist.org

www.icanaffordcollege.com 

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