Welcome to Moorpark College Dual Enrollment!
We understand that navigating through college registration while still enrolled in the K-12 system can be overwhelming. We are here to guide you on how to take Moorpark College coursework while you are enrolled as a K-12 student. Below, we outline the two types of Dual Enrollment, as well as how to enroll.
Two Types of Dual Enrollment at Moorpark College
How to Enroll as a Dual Enrollment student
Don't forget about FERPA!
VCCCD (Moorpark, Oxnard, and Ventura College) has authorized Parchment, Inc. to act as agent for providing official transcripts.
Academic records are maintained by the Admissions & Records Office. A transcript is a complete record of a student's academic work at Moorpark College. Students can view their semester grades and unofficial transcript online via MyVCCCD. If an official transcript is needed, students should follow the instructions below.
Requesting Your Official Transcript
To request a transcript you must login to the MyVCCCD portal. If you are an alumni and don't have access to MyVCCCD, you can still request a transcript by clicking on the "I do not have access to MyVCCCD" link. All requests must be submitted by the student to comply with federal privacy law.
Both paper and electronic transcripts can be ordered anytime by current or former students. Transcript requests are processed within one to two business days of the completed order, providing the requester has no outstanding holds.
Official transcripts can be requested online by clicking on either of the links below.
Once you are logged on, the site will walk you through placing your order, including delivery options and fees. Please carefully follow all instructions. It is the responsibility of the requestor to supply a correct mailing address; refunds will not be issued due to an incorrect address. Status updates of your order will be emailed to the email account you list on your order.
Transcript fees are as follows:
Certified Electronic PDF official transcript (e-transcript)
Official paper transcript to be mailed (*additional delivery fee applies)
*Standard (USPS) $2.00
*USPS - International $3:00
*FedEX Overnight Domestic $25.00
*FedEx International Priority $40:00
Online payment will be accepted from the following credit/debit card accounts: Visa, MasterCard or Discover.
About Your Request for Transcripts
The college can release only official VCCCD transcripts. Transcripts from other universities or high schools attended must be requested directly from those institutions.
Through out this website you will find information about how Moorpark College (MC) courses meet requirements for transfer to public and private California four-year colleges and universities, including general education, preparation for specific majors, and elective credit for University of California (UC), California State University (CSU), and out-of-state colleges and universities. The website is not intended to replace a counselor. Therefore, it is highly recommended that you meet with a MC counselor regularly as transfer information and requirements do change.
What We Do
Articulation is the process of evaluating courses to determine whether course work completed at one institution will meet requirements for transfer credit, admissions, general education and/or major preparation at another institution.
The articulation office at Moorpark College develops, proposes and coordinates course articulation agreements. Generally speaking, articulation proposals are often initiated and submitted by the MC articulation officer for review by university faculty and are then either approved or denied. An established articulation agreement enables students to transition and transfer to a four-year campus more effectively and efficiently.
Currently Moorpark College has available:
• Over 1100 courses that are CSU transferable.
• About 600 courses that are UC transferable.
• Over 1,325 articulation-by-major agreements with UC, CSU, and Private/independent colleges and universities.
Let us know how to assist you with SPRING 2022!
Urgent issues can be handled by appointment with the Registrar, Dave Anter. Make an appointment request directly from your @my.vcccd.edu account sent to email@example.com
Email requests and attach documents for submission as needed at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Admissions & Records Office is responsible for admissions, registration, and for the accuracy and maintenance of all student records. We offer convenient access to registration, grades, class, catalog and other essential information via MyVCCCD.
Admission to Moorpark College is open to any high school graduate, anyone possessing a high school proficiency certificate, a General Education Diploma (GED), or any adult 18 years of age or older and capable of benefiting from instruction. Students entering any of the public community colleges of California are subject to the residency requirements by the State of California.
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.
Monday & Thursday: 8am-5pm
Tuesday & Wednesday: 8am-6pm
The Admissions & Records Office is located in Fountain Hall.
7075 Campus Road
Moorpark, CA 93021
Phone: (805) 378-1429
Moorpark College provides self-placement services to help students determine appropriate placement into Math, English, and ESL.
Math Self-Placement Guides
- Math Self-Placement Guide for High School Seniors
- Math Self-Placement Guide for High School Graduates
- Course Recommendations Page
English Self-Placement Guide
This Self-Placement Guide will help you make an informed choice about which writing course to take first. While all students have the option of enrolling directly in ENGL M01A (English Composition), you have several choices.
You may decide to
- enroll in ENGL M01A,
- enroll in a section of M01A linked with a free one-hour/week support course (ENGL M91AS),
- supplement M01A with regular tutoring at the Writing Center, or
- start with a preparatory class, ENGL M02 (Introduction to College Writing).
The Self-Placement Guide will help you analyze your own writing skills, goals, and study habits so you can choose the course and support services that will lead most directly to your success.
ESL (English as a Second Language)
If you graduated from an American high school, follow the English Self-Placement Guide. For ESL placement information, refer to ESL self-placement
Moorpark College is committed to helping you achieve your academic success. We have developed our orientation program to provide you with an introduction and the necessary tools to get you started.
This orientation is considered a student’s first counseling contact. Please allow at least one hour to effectively complete this orientation.
- Complete an Application for Admission. When your acceptance email arrives at the account you applied with you will get your student ID number and link to set up the student portal.
- Create your My.VCCCD.edu student portal account by following the link in the acceptance email. If the link has expired email email@example.com with a request for a new live link.
- Follow the Self-Placement Guides for math & English.
- Access current Moorpark College Catalog which contains general information about the college, policies, course descriptions, and contact information. You may purchase the catalog at the Bookstore or access online.
- Students will have the option to speak with an Express counselor after completing the orientation. Express Counseling has been developed to address students’ quick questions.
- For students starting in Fall/Spring semesters, counseling appointments will be available to new students after the third week of the semester.
- For students starting in the Summer session, counseling appointments will be available after the third week of the Fall semester.