Irvine Valley College (IVC) and the Irvine Unified School District (IUSD) are excited to share with you the IVC/IUSD Summer College program.
Current IUSD students at Creekside, Irvine, Northwood, Portola, San Joaquin, University and Woodbridge high schools who are in grades 9 through 11 in the 2019-20 school year will be given the exclusive first-come, first-served opportunity to enroll in up to 11 units of any of the CSU- and UC-transferable general education classes listed on the IUSD Summer Program Course Information page.
Students currently attending one of the participating IUSD schools, must submit a K-12 Special Admission Request Form. The K-12 Special Admission Request Form requires a student to have applied to the college and received their student ID number.
You will need to first activate your Student Email/Network account. As most college systems do not work with your Student ID/PIN information. Your student email and the password you create, will be the log in credentials that allow you access to the K-12 portal.
You can activate your account by using the "Change Password" link in MySite, to set a new password.
The K-12 Special Admission form is a DocuSign form that requires electronic signatures. Once all signatures are attained, the form will be automatically submitted to the Office of Admissions and Records.
The form requires:
- Students electronic signature
- Parent/Guardian electronic signature.
- Principal’s permission or authorized designee electronic signature.
To assure that your current High School administrator approves your course selection you must:
- Select the “Career College Access Pathway (CCAP)” option
- Then select the “IUSD Summer Program 2020” with the high school you are currently attending
Enrollments are accepted on a first come basis. Once courses are filled, students are placed on a waiting list.
Thanks to special funding made available through Measure BB from the city of Irvine, this program will cover participants' health fees, non-resident tuition and capital outlay fees (if applicable). Currently, high school students do not have to pay enrollment fees. Students will be responsible for books, materials fees, parking fees and all other associated cost