Future Students

​​​Future Students​

The following steps ensure that all students are prepared with the essential tools to be successful at EVC and beyond. Before you can register, you must complete orientation, assessment, and develop an abbreviated education plan.

step 1 – Apply

Begin your application by clicking here: Apply to EVC

Step 2 – Orientation

An Orientation provides general information regarding EVC's services and programs.  Students are provided with an overview of transfer and degree requirements, vocational programs, and student services as well as academic expectations, facilities and resources available. You are required to complete the orientation either online or in person.

  • To complete the online orientation, you will need to activate your Canvas account before you begin the orientation. To activate your Canvas Account Click Here. Once you have successfully activated your Canvas account, you can then access the Online Orientation by Clicking Here.

  • To schedule an In-person Orientation in English, Spanish or Vietnamese, please call (408) 270-6475

Note: Please bring all transcripts and/or test scores with you to the In-person orientation.  In particular, we will need your high school transcripts.

Step 3 – Assessment

  • Take an Assessment Test to determine which English and Math classes you will start with.

The Assessment process is designed to help students determine the best starting point in English, Math, and English as Second language (ESL) based on their past academic experience and abilities. The campus is committed to using multiple measures in all aspects of evaluation.To schedule an assessment test, please call (408) 274-7900 x6636.  To look at the assessment testing schedule when available, look on the Assessment Center home page. The link to the page is on the left hand column on this page under Future Students.


Step 4 – Education Plan

  • All students should work with a counselor to develop an Abbreviated Ed plan prior to registering for classes for their first semester.  This is a short initial plan that will ensure that you are taking appropriate level courses. Counseling can be reached at (408) 270-6475
  • For Veteran Students intending to use their Veteran Benefits, you will need to contact the Veterans Freedom Center to schedule an appointment with a Veterans Counselor to develop your Ed Plan. Please go to the Veterans Freedom Center website for more information.

Step 5 – Register for Classes

  • Following Steps 1-4 ensures that you will be granted Priority Registration.  This means that you can register for classes before they are filled!
  • Register online at: http://myweb.sjeccd.edu
  • If you are a high school student, you will need to register in person with a signed R40 form.

Step 6 – Other Resources

  • The Transfer and Career Center can assist you in identifying a major or field of study.
  • The Financial Aid Office can assist you with applying for financial aid and help you learn about resources to help finance your education.
  • The Veterans Freedom Center assists eligible veterans with receiving benefirts while pursuing their college education.
  • The Health Center provides a health clinic to assist in the medical needs of students.

Lucha Ortega
Actin​g ​​Dean of Student Success

Location: Student Services Center SC-250 
Phone: (408) 270-6475


To schedule a Counseling appointment click here.


For Brief Counseling Questions 

NOTE: For faster service send email and include your EVC Student ID number


2/06/17 to 5/25/17
M           8AM-5PM
T            8AM-7PM
W           8AM-7PM
Th          8AM-5PM
F            8AM-1PM

​​​Quick Links

Jeanne Clery Act/Annual Security Report


gradguru logo

Check out the FREE GradGuru app!

GradGuru gives you the deadlines, tips, and personal guidance you need to finish community college faster.


Available on iTunes and 
Google Play ​​​

EVC Supporting Page
Evergreen Valley College