Student Orientation and Registration - SOAR

The next SOAR cohort will open October 1, 2022 for Summer/Fall 2023 registration.

If you are looking to register for Fall 2022 classes, please feel free to use the helpful steps outlined below.

 

SOAR is for current high school seniors attending Chabot College in Fall 2022.

SOAR Benefits
HS senior participants will gain access to early registration for Fall 2022
classes, a huge benefit to get your college schedule prior to HS graduation!

 

STEPS

Print Steps

Apply online to Chabot College

IMPORTANT Be sure to do the following:

  • Under the “education section”
    • please choose the option “received high school diploma” and enter date of graduation.
  • Supplemental Questions section:
    • “Are you currently a high school senior?” answer YES

For assistance, contact the Peer Guide

Class-Web is the student portal where students can access their grades and transcripts, register for classes, check financial aid status, and many other services. 

Watch this video on how to log into CLASS-Web

USER ID
Your user ID is your W# (include the W)

  • To find your W#, check your email for a message from the Admissions Office.

It starts with a W and has eight numbers following (example: W12345678)

If you have not received a W#, you can also use your social security number or CCC ID number to log into CLASS-Web.

PIN

Your PIN will be your 6-digit birthday, mmddyy
Example PIN: 012292.
You will change your pin after your first login

Keep your W# and PIN in your phone or in a safe place.

Zonemail is your student email. It is important to check your Zonemail regularly as all official Chabot communication comes to this email (i.e. financial aid info)

See How to Set up your Zonemail account

Login to Zonemail

Visit the Zonemail website for additional info and assistance.

Apply for Financial Aid (FAFSA or CA Dream Act) by the March 2, 2022 Priority Deadline. Deadline extended to April 1, 2022!

The Chabot College Promise (free tuition for first year) requires the FAFSA or CA Dream Act Application and is available to students regardless of income!

Go to the Financial Aid Steps page for links to the FAFSA and CA Dream Act Application and important information on how to apply.

Watch this video about Financial Aid at Chabot College
watch the financial aid video

Visit the Financial Aid website for financial aid info and assistance.

Joining a learning community is the best way to start at Chabot College.  

Learn about our Learning Communities and apply to one today. Space is limited. 

After you are enrolled in Chabot College classes, you can also apply to Special Programs for more resources.

If you are a current high school senior who has an IEP or 504 plan and wants accommodations/support from the DSPS: ACE (Disabled Student Programs & Services: Accessibility Center for Education), please call 510-672-5784, or email cc-dsps@chabotcollege.edu to submit paperwork and set an appointment with a DSPS counselor. All academic accommodations are provided through the DSPS office.

  • English Course Selection
  • Math Course Selection

Both assessment tools are located in CLASS-Web (sign-in instructions)

online orientation website

IMPORTANT: After completing the orientation, print or take a picture of the confirmation page for proof of completion.

Create a student education plan with a counselor.
A student education plan is a schedule of classes you will take your first semester.

Sign up for a First Semester Planning Session at Chabot College via Zoom

If you are a current high school senior who has an IEP or 504 plan and wants accommodations/support from the DSPS: ACE (Disabled Student Programs & Services: Accessibility Center for Education), please call 510-672-5784, or email cc-dsps@chabotcollege.edu to submit paperwork and set an appointment with a DSPS counselor. All academic accommodations are provided through the DSPS office.

 

See How to Check your Financial Aid Requirements Video

Submit all required documents by the priority deadline on July 1, 2022.

Students must have their vaccination information or exemption approved before becoming eligible to register for in-person classes.
For step-by-step instructions and a short video on how to access the CLEARED4 link in CLASS-Web visit:
 
 
Wednesday, April 27th | 1-4pm | For all students enrolled in Learning Communities and Special Programs (refer to step 5)
Online and In-Person (proof of vaccination required) 
Saturday, April 30th | 9am-12pm | In Person (proof of vaccination required)
Monday, May 2nd | 2-5pm | Online Only