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Counseling Division

Assessment Center

Room 714A, Building 700 (campus map)
Phone: (510) 723-6722
E-mail: cc-assessment@chabotcollege.edu

New, First Time in College Students

New, First Time in College Students are students who are attending college for the first time and are considered Freshmen students. 

At Chabot the New, First Time in College Student process begins once a student has submitted an application to the college. Once a New, First Time in College Student has applied to the college, s/he is directed to:

1) Complete the Online Orientation; 2)Attend an Assessment; 3) Complete Title IX Sexual Assault & Violence Prevention training 4) Attend a Student Education Planning Session, 5) Register for classes, and 6) Pay for classes. These steps are part of a class, PSCN25: Transition to College. You will earn 0.5 units towards your educational goal plus increased priority registration.

IMPORTANT: Please review the study guides to prepare for the assessments.

If you are a New, First Time in College Student and have not yet started this process, please complete the following steps:

  1. Apply to Chabot College.

  2. Complete the Online Orientation.

  3. Review the Study Guides before you attend the Assessment.

  4. Attend the English/ESL and math assessment session - click on schedule link below. Please note: Appointments are not necessary.

  5. Upon completion of your assessments, you will receive a Student Success Passport with next step information about the Title IX Sexual Assault & Violence Prevention training, and Student Education Planning Session.

  6. Don't forget to apply for Financial Aid. For more detailed information, please click here.

 When attending the assessment session:

  • Bring a valid Photo ID (students will not be admitted without Photo ID)

  • Know your Student ID#

The English/ESL Assessment will take approx. 1.5 hours, and the Math Assessment will take approx. 1 hour. Please plan accordingly.

Click here to see the assessment schedule

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    Phone: (510) 723-6600 | Last updated on 8/22/2017