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​6 Easy Steps to Get Started at Norco College

Click on a section below to view the steps to complete enrollment. If you need help or assistance, please use our website Live Chat, call or text​: (951) 336-1883, or​ visit the Engagement Center in the Science & Technology (ST) building in room 107/108.​

Step ONE: Apply for Admission Online

  • Complete the Online Admission Application. Check here for application deadlines.
  • Applications are processed within two business days.
  • You will receive an email with registration information and instructions.
  • If you have previously attended college, please submit your transcripts to Norco College. High School transcripts are not required unless specifically requested by a special program.

  • Step TWO: Apply for Financial Aid

  • Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
  • Visit the Student Financial Services website for more information.
  • Financial aid opportunities are available for undocumented/Dreamer students. Apply here.

  • Step THREE: Activate Your Student Email

  • Once your application has been processed, a welcome letter will be sent to the email you provided during the application process. The welcome letter will include instructions on how to set up your student email account.
  • Your student email will be the primary means by which the college communicates with you regarding important information including registration dates, schedule changes, waitlist status, financial aid information, and more.
  • Activate your student email here. Please allow at least 48 hours after submitting application before activating your student email.

  • Step FOUR: Complete Orientation and Counseling

    • View and complete the Online Orientation. Sign into WebAdvisor using your student ID number, click on Student Menu then click on Take Your Online Orientation.
    • All first-time college students are encouraged to meet with an Educational Advisor to discuss their career plans, learn about education pathways, and select courses for their first semester. Click here to schedule an appointment with an Educational Advisor if you are a first-time college student.
    • However, some new students should meet with a Counselor instead. Please click here to schedule an appointment with a Counselor if you meet any of the following criteria:
      • Students who have Advanced Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate (IB), or College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) scores.
      • New students who have previously attended another college or university.
      • All returning and continuing community college students (including those who took college courses while in high school).
      • Students who have already attempted or completed a college credential or degree.
    • The Student Orientation Process is optional for students who have attended another college.

    Step FIVE: Enroll in Classes

  • Click here to learn about WebAdvisor
  • Check the date/time of your registration window on WebAdvisor. Students can now register for classes for multiple terms (e.g. Summer/Fall and Winter/Spring).
  • View the Schedule of Classes. Need help building your schedule? Visit the Engagement Center for assistance.
  • Register for classes through WebAdvisor (most students) or EduNav (select students notified by email).
  • Add and Drop deadlines are strictly enforced. Please check WebAdvisor for specific dates.

  • Step SIX: Pay Fees & Get Student ID Card

  • ​Make payments online or in person. Fee payment deadlines are enforced.
  • Go to Admissions & Records office to get your student ID card

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