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1. Apply for Admission - It's Free!

Before you can register for classes, you must fill out an application to the college.  This can be done online and it is free! Check the Admissions and Records web pages to find out additional information about being admitted to Cuyamaca College.

2. Send Your Transcripts

If you have previous college credit, or "nontraditional" credit, (i.e. Advanced Placement, CLEP, or military service),  have your official transcripts or documents sent to:

Admissions and Records

Cuyamaca College
900 Rancho San Diego Parkway
El Cajon, CA 92019-4369

An official transcript is one that has been sent directly to the office of Admissions and Records from the issuing institution. Transcripts submitted previously by applicants who never enrolled are kept on file for two years.  Unofficial transcripts can be used for advising purposes only.

3. Orientation, Assessment and Academic Advising

After you have applied for admission, you need to attend an Orientation and Assessment session.  The results of your assessment test will help you in selecting the best English and math classes to take your first semester and beyond.  Additional information regarding assessment exemptions is available at the above referenced link.

4. Academic Advising

 

5. Registration

Registration is done online and is very easy to use.  After selecting your classes from the class schedule, go to Web Connect to begin the registration process.

  • New students must have an application on file to register.

  • Registration times will be mailed to those students with a current application. After that mailing, registration times will be assigned on a rolling basis.

  • You may register at or after your registration date and time.

  • Prerequisites should be cleared in the Counseling Office before registering.

  • Fee payment is expected within 3 business days of your registration. No bill will be mailed.

  • Free Internet access for registration is available in Admissions and Counseling office lobbies.

  • Financial Aid and scholarships are available to those who qualify.

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