IN ORDER TO REGISTER FOR CLASSES THE FIRST TIME ALL STUDENTS ARE REQUIRED TO COMPLETE A NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION. ACCESS OUR ONLINE NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION.
Welcome to Reedley College online orientation. This orientation is art of the matriculation process designed to bring you into a contract-like partnership with Reedley College. This partnership will assist you in the completion of your educational goal.
The Matriculation process at Reedley College contains these important components:
Application for Admission is the process of:
- Completing the online application (if you're unable to complete an application online you will need to contact the Admissions and Records office at (559) 638-0323).
- Providing any necessary documentation which may include high school transcripts.
Orientation is designed to inform you of:
- Reedley College's policies and procedures.
- Support services available to students.
- Rights and responsibilities - yours and the College's.
Assessment is an evaluation process that:
- Is based on the information provided to us by you, the student, on the General Assessment Test.
- Is designed to help determine your strengths and weaknesses in Reading Comprehension, Sentence Skills, and Math.
- Will help you and your counselor determine appropriate class placement for maximum success.
- You cannot FAIL the assessment test. You may take the test up to two times but must have a counselor referral for a second attempt.
Counseling will help you:
- Plan your schedule each semester.
- Find information specifically applicable to your educational goal.
- Plan a long-term schedule (SEP) to ensure completion of your goal in a timely manner.
- Answer any questions or help you with any problems that arise while you are attending Reedley College.
Student Educational Plan (SEP):
- Is a plan detailing the coursework that is required to meet Reedley College certificate, graduation, or transfer requirements.
- Must be completed by a Reedley College counselor. It will note the classes you have completed and the classes you still need to take.
- Should include courses you have taken at other schools. To speed up the process of completing your SEP, bring your own copy of High School transcripts or other college/university transcripts with you when you visit a counselor.
Please note: some students are exempt from portions of, or all of the matriculation process. For a complete description of the matriculation process, or to view the Matriculation Exemption Policy and/or the Matriculation Waiver form, please E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.