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OPEN TO ENROLLMENT
Each course offered by the Ventura County Community College District and its colleges is open to enrollment and participation by any person who has been admitted to the college and who meets the prerequisites to the class or program, unless specifically exempted by statute.
HOW TO APPLY
New students: If you have never attended Moorpark College, an application for admission is required in order to register for classes. You are eligible to attend Moorpark College if you have graduated from high school or are 18 years of age. You may also be eligible to attend as a Special Admission student if you are still enrolled in high school.
New students and new Special Admission students are encouraged to apply on-line at www. moorparkcollege.edu/apply. New students may also apply by mail, fax, or in person.
Returning Students: If you last attended Moorpark College prior to Spring 2006, you are not required to re-apply for admission. However, to be eligible to register during New & Returning student priority registration beginning December 4th, returning students must contact the Registration & Records Office by November 28th to update their enrollment status.
Returning students may make changes to their e-mail address, phone number, or address on-line at www. moorparkcollege.edu/webstar. If your name has changed since you last attended, please visit the Records Office to make the change.
HOW TO REGISTER
ON-LINE: This is by far the easiest, most convenient, and most efficient way to register and we highly recommend it. Log onto moorparkcollege.edu/webstar and follow the step-by-step instructions.
IN-PERSON: Held in the Office of Registration & Records lociated in the Administration Building.
HOW TO DETERMINE WHEN TO REGISTER
Continuing Students: If you attended Moorpark, Oxnard, or Ventura College in Spring 2006 or Fall 2006, you are a continuing student and are entitled to priority registration beginning November 13th. Starting November 1st, continuing students may log onto www.moorparkcollege.edu/webstar to view their priority registration date.
Priority for continuing students is based on the number of units completed within the Ventura County Community College District. Students with the highest number of units are assigned the earliest registration dates. Units transferred from other institutions are not included for purposes of determining registration priority.
New & Returning Students: If you have never attended Moorpark, Oxnard, or Ventura College you are a new student. If you last attended any of these colleges before Spring 2006, you are a returning student.
New students who apply by November 28th and returning students who update their enrollment status with the Office of Registration & Records by November 28th , are eligible to register beginning December 4.
New and returning students who do not meet the November 28 deadline may register beginning December 8. No appointment is needed.
Special Admission Students: A Special Admission student is a student in grades K–12 under the age of 18.
If you last attended Moorpark College as a high school student and have now graduated, you must update your enrollment status by contacting the Office of Registration & Records before you will be allowed to register on-line.
All fees are due and payable immediately. Students who do not pay their fees in a timely manner may:
- Be dropped from their classes and required to re-enroll.
- Have a financial hold placed against their records which until paid will prevent all enrollment and withdrawals, prohibit access to transcripts, grades, and limit access to certain campus services. Students dropped for nonpayment of fees may re-enroll in any open class.
HOW TO DROP A CLASS OR WITHDRAW FROM SCHOOL
By Fax: (805) 378-1583
By Mail: 7075 Campus Road, Moorpark, California 93021
In Person: Office of Registration & Records, Administration Building. It is the student’s responsibility to drop classes. Students who do not drop using one of these methods will receive an “F”.
If you have an e-mail address on file with the college, you can add your name to a wait list for a closed class. If space becomes available, you will automatically be moved into the class and be sent an e-mail confirmation. For more information and wait list criteria, visit www.moorparkcollege.edu/news/multi
SELECTIVE SERVICE REGISTRATION
Moorpark College in accordance with AB 397 added by statutes 1997, c. 575, E.C.s 66500 & 69400 is alerting all male applicants for admission who are at least 18 years old and born after December 31, 1959, to be aware of their obligation to register with the Selective Service. In order to receive Federal student aid, you must be registered with the Selective Service. For more information go to the Website: www.sss.gov.
STATEMENT OF NONDISCRIMINATION
The Ventura County Community Colleges are committed to providing an equal opportunity for admissions, student financing, student support facilities and activities, and employment regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, handicap, age, marital status or Vietnam veteran status, in accordance with the requirements of Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (as amended by the Equal Employment Opportunity Act of 1972), sections 503 and 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Rehabilitation Act Amendments of 1974, Executive Order 11246 (as amended by Executive Order 11375), and the Federal Age Discrimination Employment Act of 1967 and the Age Discrimination Employment Act Amendments of 1978 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1992. The 504 Coordinator is Patricia Ewins, ACC Bldg, Room 114, (805) 378-1461.
The Ventura County Community College District has a policy of non-discrimination regarding persons with disabilities and a process for resolving allegations of discrimination. If you feel that you have been discriminated against because of a disability, you should first contact the program coordinator at (805) 378- 1461 or the dean at (805) 378-1408.
STUDENT IDENTIFICATION NUMBERS
In order to provide students with additional security and confidentiality, the colleges of the Ventura County Community College District now assign student ID numbers, replacing social security numbers as the primary student identifier. Students may now access their academic records using either their social security number or student ID. Only the student ID will appear on mailers, notices from the colleges, and all faculty rosters. Your social security number will still be collected for such purposes as statistical reporting, financial aid, and Hope ScholarshipTax Credit reporting, and it will appear on your official transcript.