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Congratulations on making this choice. With flexible scheduling that includes a wide range of day, evening, and online courses — and with a spectrum of career and technical certificates and degrees built for transfer, Mission is built for you. Bring the family, make it an outing and discover all that we have to offer — an innovative campus with the latest in equipment and technology and a dedicated staff and faculty whose mission is to provide you with a high-quality educational experience tailored to your specific needs.

Begin with our Welcome Center and let our Welcome Ambassadors guide you on your way. From there, get help with financial aid, have a counselor work one-on-one with you to develop your personalized educational plan, and get all the assistance you need to register and find just the right classes you need at the times that best fit your schedule.

Mission is here for you! Course Repetition West Valley College does not discriminate because of age, sex, handicap, race, color, or national origin in any of its programs or course of study. You do not need to replace your Clipper Card each semester, it will be automatically reloaded once your fees are paid in full.

The program focus is to create a personalized experience for each student. We do this by providing a dedicated program counselor, academic advising, career counseling, graduation and transfer information, computer lab use, free copying and printing, university and company tours, tutoring, priority registration, among other services.

The goal of the program is to help eligible students meet their educational objectives. Our counselors are available in the Main Building to help with a host of problems that could arise during the year.

We are here to help! What can a counselor help me with? DSPS is a one-stop Center to enhance success of all students with documented disabilities. They are as follows: Orientation allows you to learn about financial aid, registration, tutoring services, important locations on campus, types of degrees, and more, helping you adjust to your new college.

An Education Plan helps you identify the courses required to complete your goals and the best order in which to take them in, helping to determine the amount of time and money you will need to invest in your education and take the most direct route from start to finish. Follow-up services are developed to make sure you stay on track and continue to evaluate your process.

Paying for college is a big challenge. The important thing is to take advantage of all the resources that are available to you. The process begins by submitting the application or inquiring about it in the Financial Aid Office. Whether you are a new, returning student, or continuing student to college it is important that you get assistance on ways to pay for your education.

Remember to check your emails and your student portal for any updates. As part of the program, Puente students take English and Counseling 5 in the fall semester. They then take English 1A and Counseling 7 in the spring semester. During both semesters, Puente students take part in events, such as trips to university campuses, and also receive mentoring from local professionals. Puente students work closely with their Puente counselor to transfer to a four-year school.

This is a fall start program and students must enroll before the semester begins. We will work with you through the entire process. Also, we host two major transfer fairs, one in the Fall and one in the Spring. We can help you with: Choosing a transfer campus, Understanding the admissions process, Completing college applications, Transfer advising and Scholarship searches. You can drop in for tutoring or schedule an appointment. Also, come to the free open computer lab to access class-specific software.

Academic Support Center, S and S Visit My Mission Portal for information. The VALOR Center, located on the second floor of the Campus Center Bldg, provides our student-veterans and prospective student-veterans with their own one-stop space to get information, study, access computers, access tutoring, disability counseling, education planning, certification information, outside resource information, great coffee, and get to know other veterans.

Are you new to Mission College? Do you need help with registration, class information, financial aid or more? Visit the Welcome Center in the Main Building!

Our friendly Student Ambassadors and staff are here to assist prospective and current students. They are familiar with the registration process and can assist you with a variety of services available for students. We also offer campus tours. Mission College is a multicultural campus and the Welcome Center staff speak a variety of languages. Our mission is to help you achieve your academic and career goals. Continuing students not new April 24, Continuing students not new May 3, College Advantage Students May 1, First day of in-person registration for high school students June 5, First day of classes of Summer Session.

Continuing students not new May 1, Probation Students May 3, College Advantage Students May 16, First day of in-person registration for high school students August 26, Saturday classes begin August 28, Monday—Friday classes begin September 8, Deadline to petition for diploma or certificate November 10, Veterans Day Holiday, campus closed November 18, Final Exams Once posted by the Faculty final grades are available on the college portal.

Students are encouraged to submit the application for Financial Aid. During the orientation students will receive assistance with selecting courses and an Abbreviated Educational Plan AEP. Estudiantes se les recomienda aplicar para ayuda financiera. Late Start and Short-term Classes Many options are available. Students can add open classes via the Portal until the day before the first class meeting.

The information in this schedule is accurate as of the printing date, March 15, For the most up-to-date course listings, go to missioncollege. Or choose Search for Courses under the Top Destinations on the right-hand side of the homepage. All courses, course sections, and classes of the District shall be open for enrollment to any person who has been admitted to West Valley or Mission Colleges.

Enrollment may be subject to any priority system that has been established. Enrollment may also be limited to students meeting properly validated prerequisites and corequisites, or due to other practical considerations such as exemptions set out in statute or regulation.

Photography Mission College, a non-profit California Community College, reserves the right to use photography and video images of students and visitors 18 years and older, taken on our property and at college-sponsored events for marketing and promotional purposes. Payment Plan Options! Now available Nelnet payment plans! Mission College is committed to partnering with Nelnet to make your educational dreams possible. You will have the opportunity to select a payment plan to make your enrollment expenses more convenient.

Board of Governors Waiver BOGW covers the enrollment fees, a portion of the parking fee, and, for lower income students. Applications are available on our website or at the Financial Aid Office.

BOGW B: To be eligible, you or one of your parents, if you are a dependent must meet the following income standards:. Mission College has made reasonable efforts to ensure the accuracy of information at the time of publication. However, all programs are subject to change without prior notice. Students are encouraged to consult with a counselor.

To be considered California residents for tuition purposes, applicants who have eligible immigrant status or are out-of-state US citizens must reside in California for more than one year and one day prior to the first day of the term.

After submitting your on-line application, you will receive an email that will verifying that your application has been submitted successfully. A second email will be sent that will providing you with your college ID number and registration date. If you skip a semester, you will need to re-apply and update your student profile to receive a new registration date.

For inquiries about your on-line application contact askmc missioncollege. Fees are due immediately after registration. If you are eligible for a fee waiver, visit the Financial Aid Office before registering for classes. If you must submit a Prerequisite Challenge Form, a Student Petition form, or any other documentation before registration, go directly to the Admissions and Records Office for assistance at least one week prior to the start of the semester.

Please be prepared to pay any outstanding balance on your account at the time of registration, either in-person or on-line. Important: Normal communication with students is done via email.

Please be sure to update your personal information, such as e-mail addresses, phone numbers, etc. Requirements: 1. If without lawful immigration status, complete an affidavit with the college stating that he or she has filed an application to legalize his or her immigration status or will file an application as soon as he or she is eligible to do so, AND. This legislation does not apply to students who hold an F-1 Visa for International Students.

Non-resident students who are exempt from paying nonresident tuition under this legislation may be eligible for a Board of Governors Fee Waiver. Each term, high school students are required to submit an online Application for Admission. In addition, when registering submit in Dual Enrollment form. Registration in any college course must be approved by the high school principal or designee.


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