Complete the math placement test - only if necessary
All transfer students who did not complete a college level mathematics course (above intermediate algebra) prior to transfer will be required to complete the online math placement test. You can check your status on your program evaluation through WebAdvisor. If you are required to take Math 98 or 99, and you do not enroll yourself in a course, you will be force-enrolled by the Office of the Chancellor.
Complete academic advising
Starting December 6, after completing our online tutorial (on our New Students page) students can call the Academic Advising Center at (714) 744-7959 to schedule an advising appointment with a professional advisor. Students must have completed the tutorial, paid their enrollment deposit, and be in moved-to-student status before they can schedule an advising appointment.
Determine your assigned registration date
Around December 5, you can view your assigned date and time by logging in to WebAdvisor. In the Students Menu under Registration, click on "registration eligibility." Registration dates are randomly assigned, and cannot be changed. You can register anytime on or after your assigned date.
Review your program evaluation and advisor notes and recommendations
You program evaluation is available through WebAdvisor. If you have not met with an advisor, you can use the program evaluation guide to assist you. A portion of the Academic Advising New Student Online Tutorial is dedicated to using the Program Evaluation.
Build your preferred list in WebAdvisor
Step by step instructions are available in the WebAdvisor tutorial.
Register for courses
All course registration is completed online through WebAdvisor, on or after your assigned registration date and time.
Turn in your transcripts
Do you have any outstanding final transcripts that need to be turned in? Be sure to request them to be sent to the Office of Admission. Pending transfer credits may impact educational planning and may result in a miscalculation of the student's remaining credits and requirements.