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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 Academic Counseling and Career Development Center on the second floor of the Student Services building.

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.
    • After completing the orientation, all first-time college students are encouraged to meet with an Academic Counselor to discuss their career plans, get help in making important decisions, and build a comprehensive education plan. Click here to schedule an appointment with a Counselor or arrange a drop-in session.
  • 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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