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Freshman Advantage for Fall 2014 

The Freshman Advantage Program is designed for all graduating high school seniors planning to attend Irvine Valley College in the fall 2014. This program offers high school seniors the opportunity to apply for admission and matriculate early. Those who do so will receive a Freshman Advantage Early Registration time and enroll in their classes before most currently enrolled IVC students.

PLAN AHEAD!!! DO NOT WAIT!!! Completing these steps can take 3-4 weeks. Only students who complete all the admission steps by May 15, 2014 will receive the Freshman Advantage Registration time. Complete the following steps in order.

  • 1. Apply for Admission (click for more)
    • Apply online starting December 1, 2013. | Apply Here

  • 2. Apply for Financial Aid (click for more)
    • Financial aid is money that helps you pay for the cost of your education (college fees, books and supplies, and basic living expenses). Sources of financial aid include the federal government, state governments, lending institutions, and the institution you are attending. IVC awards over $10 million in financial aid annually. | Visit Financial Aid

  • 3. Complete Online Orientation (click for more)
    • Orientation is an important opportunity for you to become familiar with the terminology and expectations for attending college. You must apply for admission before completing orientation. Login to MySite to complete orientation.

  • 4. Complete Assessment (click for more)
    • Assessment measures your skills in English comprehension, reading and math. The scores from the Assessments are used for course placement in math, English and English as a Second Language. PREPARING in ADVANCE for the assessment can save you time and money. Failing to prepare could place you into course one to two levels (semesters) below your actual knowledge and skills. IVC faculty has created review material specifically designed for preparing for the assessment.

      Assessments are offered by appointment at IVC. Also, assessments are offered at select high schools. You may not take the assessment test until you have applied for admission and completed Orientation. Visit Assessment Overview to locate study questions and assessment schedule.

  • 5. Complete Advisement and Develop an Initial Educational Plan (click for more)
    • Advisement may be completed online or group in person sessions. You may not complete Advisement until you have applied for admission, completed Orientation and Assessment. | Visit Advisement

Contact

T: 949-451-5220
Email: ivcadmissions@ivc.edu
Student Services Center
Room SSC 110

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