Applying to RCCD
Who Can Apply:
- Anyone who has graduated from high school; passed the California High School Proficiency Exam; earned a Certificate of Completion; passed the GED or who is 18 years of age or older.
- Area high school students who have satisfied the concurrent enrollment admissions requirements.
- International students who have satisfied the international student admissions requirements.
What Do I Do?
Submit an application online by clicking here. Applications are processed within 24 hours (weekends & holidays excluded). You will receive an email confirmation that your application has been submitted.
You will receive another email within 48 hours with your RCCD Student ID Number, WebAdvisor Username and RCCD email address (weekends & holidays excluded).
How Much Does It Cost?
Current fees for residents are $36 per unit. Most classes are four units. Non-resident students pay both the $36 per unit fee and the $176 per unit non-resident tuition. Out of country non-resident students also pay an additional $ 24 surcharge per unit.Fees for Health Services, Student Services and Parking also apply.
How Do I Obtain Financial Aid?
Fill out the FAFSA online (www.fafsa.ed.gov) or on paper. Check the Student Financial Services website at the college you want to attend for information about scholarships, grants and loans.
Do I Need to Submit Transcripts?
High school and college transcripts are required only to validate a prerequisite or if you would like credit for a course completed at another institution. All transcripts must be official, sealed transcripts, printed no more than 90 days/3 months ago.
Why Do I Need To Take An English and Math Assessment?
Most first-time RCCD students will need to take a test of their Math, English and Reading skills to help determine what level of courses they need need to take. The only exceptions are students who attended a four-year college, students with an Associate’s degree or higher and students taking less than five units for personal development, career advancement or to maintain a certificate or license.
What Comes Next?
You must complete the Online Orientation and Student Education Plan on WebAdvisor at www.rcc.edu.
For further information regarding enrollment and fees, contact the Admissions and Records office at the college you plan to attend.