Admissions and Registration
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Admission of Students Any graduate of an accredited high school may be admitted to Clovis Community College. Also, any person having successfully completed the California High School Proficiency Exam (CHSPE) or the General Education Development test (GED) with scores of 45 overall and with no subtest lower than 35 may be admitted. Upon completion of applicable admission requirements, registration materials are issued by the Admissions and Records Office. For dates relating to registration, check the calendars in this catalog or inquire at the college’s Admissions and Records Office in Academic Center 2, room 130A (AC2-130A). Students should complete all plans for entrance as early as possible and be familiar with the following: (1) general requirements of the college, (2) special requirements in the major field of study, (3) the general requirements of the college or university they may wish to attend in the future, and (4) the most desirable electives. General Admission Admission to Clovis Community College is open to anyone (subject to residency requirements listed on page 12) who is at least 18 years old, or has a high school diploma, or the equivalent (such as the California High School Proficiency Examination). Provisional Admission A person who is 18 years of age or older and is not a high school graduate is considered a provisional student. A provisional student may register for 12 semester units or more for one semester, with the stipulation that in order to enroll for subsequent semesters as a full-time student, he/she must earn a 1.75 GPA in the units attempted. This regulation does not apply to part-time students.
Readmission Former students of Clovis Community College returning after an absence of two or more semesters must make formal application for readmission. An official transcript of work taken at any other institution (including summer session and extension or correspondence courses) since the date of last enrollment at Clovis Community College must be sent from the previous schools to Clovis Community College, 10309 N. Willow Ave., Fresno, CA 93730. Transfer Admission Students who have previously attended another college and are in good scholastic standing are eligible to enroll at Clovis Community College, subject to residence requirements. Records for transfer students are evaluated with regard to the scholastic status system in use at Clovis Community College at the time of enrollment. It is important to note that transcripts received with “work in progress” are not considered complete. International Admission An application, official documents, and detailed transcripts of record should be submitted to the Admissions and Records Office no later than two months prior to the beginning of the semester for which the student is being considered for admission: June 1 for fall semester and November 1 for spring semester. A student from another country is not admitted until notified of admission in writing by the Admissions and Records Office. It is required that international students achieve a minimum score of 500 on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) for regular standing. TOEFL scores below 500 may be approved by special action. When an international student arrives at Clovis Community College, the student should report first to the Admissions Office. At the time of registration, each student must have evidence of health insurance and have complied with the district policy regarding tuberculosis testing and current measles immunization. It is also mandatory that each student successfully complete an English course during each semester at Clovis Community College until graduation requirements have been met for program completion or for transfer purposes and that the student maintain 12 units or more each semester. Health insurance claims must be initiated at the Admissions and Records Office in Academic Center 2, room 130A.
10309 N. Willow Avenue • Fresno, CA 93730 (559) 325-5200 • www.cloviscollege.edu
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