The Guided Self-Placement is for students that do not have access to their high school transcripts or studied outside of the U.S.
If you plan to take English and Math courses your first semester, please complete the English and Math Guided Self-Placement. If you complete the Guided Self-Placement online; please allow up to 5 working days to receive an email with information about your placement recommendation.
* If you completed your AA degree or higher, you do not need to do the Guided Self-Placement or a registration orientation. You can meet with a Counselor if you need assistance with course selection.
Beginning Fall 2019, students will be eligible to enroll in transfer-level courses that include additional support for English 101, Math 219 (Statistics), Math 140 (College Algebra)
For support for English and Math please click here .
The next step is to schedule an in-person Registration Orientation, which includes meeting with a Counselor to select the appropriate English, Math, and Major courses.
If you are not able to attend an in-person registration orientation, you can complete the online orientation through WebAdvisor. The online orientation will take you about 45 minutes. After you complete the online orientation, you can meet with a Counselor during drop-in hours. Drop-In Counseling
Students who are interested in taking English as a Second Language courses need to take the TELD (Test of English Language Development) test. To schedule a TELD test appointment contact the Assessment Center at (714) 564-6148 or stop by in person in building L, room L-223.