New Career Training Students

Get Started in Four Easy Steps


Connect with an Entry Adviser

Students interested in career training and direct transfer programs must meet with an Entry Adviser in Student Success.
Explore career pathways, college services and discuss entry requirements.

Apply for Admission & Financial Aid

Apply for admission in person or online.
Complete your FAFSA online at fafsa.gov and visit the Financial Aid Department to submit necessary documents (Bldg I-205).

Assess and Review Your Skills

Complete the Directed Self-Placement (DSP) and Accuplacer tools in Testing Services (Bldg J-218).
Review your assessments with an Entry Adviser and select a program of study (Bldg I-218).

Register for Classes, Pay Tuition & Buy Books

Register for classes in Enrollment Services (Bldg I-218).
Pay tuition and fees, purchase your books, and get started!

Contact


Student Services

(425) 235-5840


Roberts Campus Center, Building I