You have a few options when it comes to student orientation.
Details are below and in this document, which you can print:
Assessment and Orientation Information PDF
A half-unit class for students who have no previous college experience or fewer than 15 completed college units. Complete assessment before attending Couns 000A.Once you submit your completed application to Admissions, you will receive a date when you will be able to register for a Couns 000A section using WVCPortal. Cafeteria may be closed. Please bring your snack and/or beverage.
|27945||6/18 & 20||TTH||2:00 pm-6:15 pm|
|27950||6/24 & 26||MW||5:00 pm-9:15 pm|
|27946||7/12 & 19||F||9:00 am -1:15 pm|
|27943||7/16 & 18||TTH||5:00 pm-9:15 pm|
|27944||7/22 & 29||M||9:00 am -1:15 pm|
|27952||8/6 & 8||TTH||5:00 pm-9:15 pm|
|27961||8/12 & 14||MW||2:00 pm-6:15 pm|
|27949||8/19 & 21||MW||5:00 pm-9:15 pm|
|27948||8/20 & 22||TTH||9:00 am -1:15 pm|
|29474||12/2 & 4||MW||2:00 pm-6:15 pm|
|30192||11/18 & 20||MW||5:00 pm-9:15 pm|
|30195||12/10 & 12||TTH||5:00 pm-9:15 pm|
Go to westvalley.edu/admissions/special.html and complete the orientation online.
If you have completed at least 15 college units, we don’t require you to attend orientation. We still encourage you to meet with a counselor to complete an educational plan, prepare transfer agreements, select a possible major or career, or help with a personal problem. Appointments can be made by stopping by the Counseling Center, located behind the Admissions Building, or by calling (408) 741-2009.
REQUIRED immigration information session for students who have received I-20’s from West Valley College for the Fall 2013 semester. Call (408) 741-2694 to sign up for this planning session, and to find out room location.
|27953||8/29-9/26||2:00pm – 5:15pm||BU 10|
Focus on F1 visa students only
New athletes are required to attend an orientation workshop. Athletes and their parents are both welcome to attend the first night. The second night is for the athletes only.
|6/25 & 27||Tues & Thurs.||5:00-9:15 PM||PE 2|
NEW Disability and Educational Support Program for students: if you have a verifiable disability, you may request accommodations for assessment. For orientation and assessment information, contact the DESP Office at (408) 741-2010. TTY / DESP (408) 741-2548
Find out More:
Student Online Orientation VideoClick below to watch a video to help you apply, register, and get info about counseling and assessment.