Students may be exempted from assessment, advisement/orientation and
counseling if they meet one of the following criteria:
- Completed an A.A. degree or higher at an accredited United States college or
university. (college transcript required)
- Concurrently enrolled K-12th grade school student attending with the recommendation of the school principal.
- Concurrently enrolled 11th/12th grade students would be required to take the math/English assessment test if the class they are enrolling in has a math/English pre-requisite requirement.
Student Rights and Responsibilities
All students have the right to challenge or appeal any step in the matriculation process.
Forms are available in the Enrollment Center for this purpose. A student who feels that
his/ her right to matriculation services has been violated may file a grievance with the
Vice President of Student Services. Also, students who refuse matriculation services
will not receive priority registration.
It is the student’s responsibility to express a broad educational intent upon admission
and to declare a specific educational goal by the time 15 units are completed. The
student is also responsible for participating in counseling, attending class, completing
assignments, and maintaining progress toward an educational goal.