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FUTURE STUDENTS

Welcome to Chabot College!

It's easier than you think to register for classes! Whether you want to update your skills, earn a degree, or transfer to a four-year college, Chabot College is a great place to start. Anyone who is a high school graduate or over the age of 18 can attend.

STEP 1 Apply for Admission

Apply online. For more information, call the Office of Admissions & Records at (510) 723-6700. We are a non-discriminating institution.

STEP 2 Apply for Financial Help

Money does not have to be a problem! Financial aid can help pay for your tuition, books, transportation, and other educational costs. Go to the Financial Aid web site for more information. If you need further help, you can call the Financial Aid Office at (510) 723-6746.

STEP 3 Attend Assessment Session

The assessment center is located in building 700, room 714A. Please visit the assessment webpages for schedule information and study guides. If you do not have access to a computer, you are welcome to use the computers in Student Online Services in Building 700 on campus. When you have completed your assessments, you will receive a Student Success Passport with next step information about the online orientation and group counseling appointment.

STEP 4 Start the Planning Process

Once you have scheduled an appointment through the online orientation, you will attend a group counseling session. At this time you will have the opportunity to meet with a counselor in a small group setting to plan your first semester of classes.

STEP 5 Register for Classes

Now you are ready to choose your classes from the hundreds that Chabot College has to offer. You can register online or in person at the Office of Admissions & Records in Building 700 Lobby, First Floor.

We look forward to seeing you on campus!

Services to Help You Register

Top 5 Reasons to Take Summer Classes at Chabot College

1: Speed up your degree.

Chabot students can take full-credit classes in 6- or 8-week sessions and finish their education earlier than they thought!

2: Conquer your GE classes.

College students on summer break can quickly and inexpensively fulfill one or more General Ed requirements.

3: Get a head start on college.

High school seniors can earn college credits through concurrent enrollment, and graduates can start early.

4: Update your career.

Employees can learn new skills to make themselves more valuable in the workplace, or they can find a new career!

5: Learn something new.

Community members can choose from hundreds of classes for personal enrichment.

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