Undocumented Students


The following is the Dream Act Student Checklist for undocumented students:


Complete the online application for all students at Cuyamaca. You will receive an email confirmation of your application and have student access to WebAdvisor within one business day.

The online orientation introduces students to Cuyamaca College, provides information about student support and prepares you to be a successful student. Complete online orientation by logging into WebAdvisor.




User ID: firstname.lastname


Password: 6-digit date of birth MMDDYY


If you are unable to log in using this method click on “I’m new to WebAdvisor” and follow the steps to find your user ID.


A placement assessment questionnaire is used to place new students into appropriate levels of Math and English or English as a Second Language (ESL) courses. Use WebAdvisor to access the questionnaire and receive placement.


High school students: Check with your school counselor to find out if the placement assessment will be offered at your high school campus.


You may retrieve a California Nonresident Tuition Exemption Request at the Admissions & Records (A&R) office, located in A-300, or on the Admissions & Records webpage.


Bring Unofficial High School Transcripts with you. You may request your unofficial transcript in your high school’s counseling office.


Note: If you are applying early and have not yet graduated you MUST submit a letter, on official letterhead, from your high school counselor or principal, verifying that you are set to graduate. Once your graduation status is posted, a new transcript or diploma must be submitted to A&R.


This online advising can be accessed by logging into WebAdvisor. This interactive virtual advising session will assist you in creating your initial educational plan.


Tip: New students are encouraged to take advantage of the online advising session but may also meet with a counselor on-campus. For on-campus availability please contact the Counseling Center at (619) 660-4429.

 Search for desired courses and register for classes on or after your assigned registration date using Self-Service.

(Between January 1st and March 2nd each year) The Dream Act may be completed by undocumented students who meet AB540 criteria.


Once your application is submitted, it will be forwarded to the Cuyamaca College Financial Aid department to determine your eligibility for the California College Promise Grant (CCPG) and Cal Grant. Apply for CCPG using WebAdvisor located in the student menu under Cuyamaca Financial Aid.

Pay any fees due within 10 days of registration to avoid risk of being dropped for non-payment.
Attend the first day of class. Students who are not present of the first day of class may be dropped.