Matriculation Requirements

Community Collegesgirl in libraryThere are new requirements as of 2015 at community colleges that include attending an orientation, completing the math and English assessment process and developing an education plan. If these are not completed, students will lose out on benefits such as fee waivers and priority registration. In addition, completing these steps can help set students up for success before classes even begin. For additional information visit http://stepforward.cccco.edu/

California State University – CSU campuses use scores from either the ACT or the SAT test (along with your grades) to calculate your eligibility index for admission. Learn more here about these tests and how to prepare for college-level math and English if you need it.

Students must also ensure that financial aid is in place, tuition and fee payment deadlines are met, and if needed, on-campus housing is secured. For additional information visit https://www2.calstate.edu/Pages/Resource-Center.aspx

University of California – All incoming California students who have not met the Entry Level Writing Requirement by April 1 must take the UC Analytical Writing Placement Examination. Students must also ensure that financial aid is in place, tuition and fee payment deadlines are met, and if needed, on-campus housing is secured. For additional information visit http://www.ucop.edu/elwr/