Sometimes called Priority Registration or Priority Enrollment
For more information see the Student Success Act
If a student misses two semesters (fall/spring), the student will need to file an application for admission.
If class has not started and is not closed, students may register through the WVCportal or in person, at the Admissions Office.
If class has started or is closed, students will need to obtain an add code from the instructor.
Full-time students must be enrolled in 12 units or more.
Half-time students must be enrolled in 6 - 11.5 units.
This is solely for Fall and Spring semesters.
Please see a Counselor to discuss registration status when taking winter and summer term courses.
If proof of enrollment is required, students may request a verification letter from the Admissions & Records Office or print their current class schedule from the WVCportal.
If a prerequisite course was taken at West Valley College or Mission College, the system will automatically verify it and allow registration. If taken at another institution, an unofficial transcript, grade report or in progress print out should be submitted to the Assessment Office. Students also have the option to submit a challenge form along with supporting documents to the Assessment Office. Final decision will be made within 2 business days.
Students are not allowed to repeat courses that have been successfully completed with a grade of A, B, C or P.
Students may repeat any course in which a substandard final grade (D, F, NP or W) was earned.
If a student fails the same course TWICE, he/she is required to register in person, at the Admissions Office, for the THIRD and final attempt.
An Academic Appeal Petition must be submitted to the Admissions Office for a FOURTH attempt when documented extenuating circumstances have occurred.
See the college catalog for more information regarding course repetition for substandard work, documented extenuating circumstances and/or significant lapse of time.
The last day to register for a class is the day before the class begins, as long as there is space available.
Once the class begins, students must obtain an Add Code from the instructor.
Students must exhaust all registration possibilities before an audit is allowed.
Some departments allow students to audit their classes for a reduced fee.
Audit slips are obtained through the Division Office, signed by the instructor and processed in the Admissions Office.
No academic credit, record or grade is given.
High School students (Concurrent enrollment) are not allowed to audit.
ADD codes are obtained from the Instructor and may be used to add a class through the WVCPortal.
No signature is needed, except when dropping courses for Photography, Chemistry and Physical Education.
Contact the instructor by email and/or by phone and leave a message.
For Instructor e-mail and phone numbers -
Go to westvalley.edu. and select "Directory" (at the top of the page), then click the link for faculty and staff listing.
If you are unable to locate the instructors information, contact the division office coordinator.
For Semester-length Classes -
The last day to drop a semester-length class with a refund and without a "W" is within the first two weeks of the class.
For Short-term Classes -
Students must drop within 10% of the total class length, including weekends and holidays.
See the WVC Dates and Deadlines page for specific dates.
Students can order an official transcript through the WVCportal or request an official transcript from the Admissions and Records Office.
Students can print their current class schedule from the WVCportal, under registration.
Accepted payment type - Visa, Master Card, check or cash.
The fees waived by the BOGW are the Enrollment fees (the cost per unit), however students are required to pay the College Basic Fees (Campus Center, Health Services, Web Reg and Associated Services fees) and any other fees associated with their classes.
Parking permits for BOGW recipients are discounted for fall and spring.
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ATM is located in the Campus Center.
Parking permits are required at all times except in visitor parking.
Note: There is no grace period during the Summer Session.
Daily permits can be obtained at the parking machines throughout the various parking lots on campus.
Semester permits can be purchased online @ westvalley.edu or at the Admissions and Records Office.
Board of Governor's Fee Waiver (BOGW) eligible students pay a reduced fee for semester permits.
See the District Police parking page for more information.
Generally you will need assessments in English, reading, and math unless you've already attained a college degree. It is recommended to take the assessments prior to enrollment if you intend on taking courses with prerequisites in reading, math, or English. The assessment schedule is available online at westvalley.edu/admissions/assessment/
Schedule an appointment online, in-person or call 408-741-2009.
Drop-in counseling is subject to counselor availability. Drop in counseling is for quick questions (10 minute maximum time allowed).
Distance Counseling is also available for help with academic or procedural questions.
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