Dual Enrollment Students

Admission & Registration Requirements for Dual Enrollment Students

 

IMPORTANT!!! REGISTRATION HOURS FOR WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22
DUE TO THE THANKSGIVING  HOLIDAY, REGISTRATION HOURS WILL BE FROM
8 AM - 5 PM (Limited services from 12 - 5 pm)

 

NEW!! DUAL ENROLLMENT STUDENTS (K-12) CAN NOW REGISTER FOR CLASSES ONLINE!
See Registration Instructions Below

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

  • DUAL ENROLLMENT students must show a valid photo ID if registering in person or submitting forms in advance for online registration.
  • DUAL ENROLLMENT students may register in a maximum of 6.0 units per semester.
  • DUAL ENROLLMENT students must submit a Memorandum of Understanding signed by the student and a parent. The Memorandum of Understanding provides supplemental information regarding the admission of minors to the Ventura County Community Colleges.
  • DUAL ENROLLMENT students must submit an unofficial copy of the student's most recent school transcript.
  • K-8th grade students must also submit the Instructor Authorization to Admit a Dual Enrollment Student - 8th grade or Below form.
  • HOME-SCHOOLED students must present a current Private School Affidavit.  For more information, visit http://www.cde.ca.gov/sp/ps
HIGH SCHOOL - 9TH-12TH GRADE DUAL ENROLLMENT FORMS

Instructions for Dual Enrollment - High School (PDF)
Recommendation for Dual Enrollment - High School and Memorandum of Understanding (PDF)
 
K - 8TH GRADE DUAL ENROLLMENT FORMS

 

Instructions for Dual Enrollment - K-8 Grade (PDF)
Recommendation for Dual Enrollment – K-8 Grade and Memorandum of Understanding (PDF)
Instructor Authorization to Admit a Dual Enrolled Student-8th grade or Below PDF)

 

ADMISSION INSTRUCTIONS

FIRST TIME DUAL ENROLLMENT students must apply for college admission. Apply at venturacollege.edu/apply . The application for admission must be submitted and accepted before the student is allowed to register.  Students will receive an email from Ventura College with instructions on how to set up the MyVCCCD portal.  ***Please note that the link expires in 10 days. Students do not need to file a new application each semester unless it has been more than two semesters since you last attended Ventura College. Students under the age of 13 must apply in person at the Admissions & Records Office.

REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS

GRADES 9th - 12th - To register for classes online - You may submit your completed dual enrollment packet to the Admissions Office starting 30 days prior to your registration date.  Approved packets will be cleared for online registration. A photo ID is required.

  • Refer to the registration calendar for registration dates for dual enrollment students.  You may register in person at the Admissions Office or register for classes online via the MyVCCCD portal. Click on How to Register Online for step by step instructions.

  • Prerequisites are enforced - You must have the Ventura College Prerequisite Approval Form signed by a Ventura College counselor for any course requiring an enforced prerequisite and/or must complete the appropriate assessment tests and achieve scores that meet prerequisite requirements.

  • May register in any open class or waitlist in any closed class as long as the combined unit total does not exceed 6.0 units. 

GRADES K-8th Grade - Cannot submit the dual enrollment packet until the first day of the semester and after approval from the instructor has been obtained. A photo ID is required.

  • May register on the first day of the semester.

  • Must attend the first meeting of the class for which they plan to enroll to obtain instructor approval/signature on the "Instructor Authorization to Admit a Special Admission Student - 8th grade & below" form. Approval is required even if the class is open.  If the class is closed, student must also obtain an add authorization code from the instructor. 

  • Prerequisites are enforced - Must have the Ventura College Prerequisite Approval Form signed by a Ventura College counselor for any course requiring an enforced prerequisite and/or must complete the appropriate assessment tests and achieve scores that meet prerequisite requirements.

  • May register in a maximum of 6.0 units.