*If you are an F-1 international student enrolled in high school you are not eligible
to be enrolled at Diablo Valley College at the same time. If you would like to transfer
from your high school to DVC, please visit our steps to enroll for international students.
Follow these steps if you will be enrolled in high school and Diablo Valley College
at the same time.
After submitting your application via CCCApply, a verification email will be sent
to the email account you enter on your application. Within 24 business hours, you
will be emailed your new DVC student ID number, registration date, important student
account information, and a link to the online orientation. This information will be
sent to the email address you provided on your application.
filled out by the high school principal or designee and list the courses the student
wishes to take.
signed by the student, parent, and high school principal or designee.
submitted online to Admissions and Records.
Signed forms with no courses listed will not be accepted by the Admissions and Records
Office. You can only enroll in the course(s) listed on the form.
FERPA-Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act
FERPA mandates that while minor high school students attend college, they are considered
regular college students, and the privacy of their educational records is protected.
Only the student has a right to their academic record. We will not release student
information to parents without the priorwritten consentof the student.
Prepare to enroll:
You have a current application on file with DVC. If you previously completed courses at DVC, LMC or CCC, but have not taken a class
for one year or more, you will need to begin at step one, and reapply for admission.
You will keep the same student ID number and your transcripts will show all classes
you've previously taken within the college district.
You have cleared any applicable prerequisites for the class:
Refer to the catalog to check if the class you want has a prerequisite.
If the class DOES have a prerequisite you may apply for clearance here. You should do this BEFORE registration starts as it may take 2-3 business days for
Review the steps below which vary by grade level.
Please be aware:
You will NOT be registered for the class when you submit the form. By submitting the form, you
will be given permission to register for the course online provided all signatures
are received, the course is open, and you meet any prerequisites. Registration is
on or after the date that corresponds to your grade level. You must complete registration
through InSite. Please view the information below for instructions.
Registration dates are assigned after a form has been submitted that has been signed by the student, parent AND high school,
and processed by Admissions and Records. Dates will be added to your account starting
in January. Registration dates for students below the 11th grade will be assigned
by the weekend before classes begin.
Registration occurs on the first day of the class.
Contact the instructor of the class ahead of time to let the instructor know that
you are interested in enrolling in the course. If the instructor has space, they will authorize
you to add the class and they will need your student ID#. The instructor is the only
one who can authorize a student to add once it begins. Please refer to theschedule of classesand thedirectoryif you need to locate contact information.
Log in to InSite portal and register for the class on the registration date you were
assigned. If the class is full, you may be able to add yourself to a waitlist if available.
Otherwise, contact the instructor of the class. Please refer to the schedule of classesand thedirectoryif you need to locate contact information. If the instructor is taking additional
students the instructor can authorize you to add on the first day of class and then
you will be able to register through InSite portal.
Registration occurs on the first day of the class. Please submit your Special Admissions
form ahead of time.
Contact the instructor of the class ahead of time, this information will be listed in the schedule of classes.
Make sure that you have a college student ID# and are able tologin to InSite portal. If you are under 13 please contact the Admissions and Records office for an application
by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If the instructor has space, they will need to authorize you to add the class and
so they will need your student ID#. The instructor is the only one who can authorize
a student to add once it begins. Please refer to theschedule of classesand thedirectoryif you need to locate contact information.
Please identify the contact person for your school, a list of contacts from our area
high schools is provided below but if you do not see your high school or if you are
below the high school grade level please reach out to your counselor or Principal
for an email address of the person who can sign the form for you.
You will need to enter:
The email address and name of your school contact.
Your parent/guardian name and email.
The class you would like to enroll in.
You will need to log in using your InSite username and password to submit the form.
When you are ready to submit please Submit form.
Who do I contact at my high school?
If you do not see your high school or if you are below the high school grade level
please reach out to your counselor or Principal for an email address of the person
who can sign the form for you. In most circumstances it is your counselor that will
be signing your form.
Students should be aware of course prerequisite requirements as listed in the schedule
of classes and catalog. Prerequisites cannot be waived. Please review ourprerequisiteprocedure.
Physical education classes
Regardless of grade level, all PE courses must be added on or after the first day
of the class and with the instructor’s signature on the special admissions recommendation
form and schedule request form.
Home schooled students
Home schooled students must provide a copy of the affidavit each academic year for
home schooling in addition to the special admissions recommendation form.
High school students are exempt from enrollment fees, but will be charged student
union and materials fees.
High school students who are classified as non-resident students for tuition purposes
may be eligible for the SB150 waiver of non-resident tuition while still in high school.
Students must be special admit part-time (11 units or less) students who currently
live in California and are attending high school in California. Students wishing
to take advantage of this exemption should complete aresidency reclassification form and attach a copy of high school transcripts showing current enrollment. Forms and
attachments should be submitted to the Admissions and Records Office.
Students who are not California residents will be charged nonresident enrollmentfees. Please note that AB540 status is not available to high school students (AB540 requires
high school graduation).