In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, EVC has moved our operations to a virtual/remote format through the end of the 2021 Spring Semester.
Call us or email us, our staff are available during normal business hours to respond to your questions. Read here for more details and updates:
How To Apply
Application for Admission
EVC is OPEN! Register for Fall 2020 semester today. Classes start August 31st.
Enroll online using MyWeb at https://myweb.sjeccd.edu
To review how to register, watch our registration video
The Class Schedule is completely online and shows the courses being offered for this academic session.
Here are three ways to view the Evergreen Valley College schedule of classes:
Go to MyWeb to search/register for classes
Go to Schedule Planner to map out your classes
Click on the searchable schedule of classes links below:
Online & Hybrid Courses *
Special Programs Courses
Zero Textbook Cost Courses
Late Start Courses
OPEN ENROLLMENT POLICY
It is the policy of the District that, unless specifically exempted by statute, every course, course section or class, the average daily attendance of which is to be reported for state aid, wherever offered and maintained by the district, shall be fully open to enrollment and participation by any person who has been admitted to the College(s) and who meets such prerequisites as may be established pursuant to Title V of the California Administrative Code, commencing with Section 58100.
Student Fee Information
The San Jose Evergreen Community College District has implemented new procedures for the collection of outstanding student fees. If you owe $20 or more in mandatory fees such as: *Enrollment, Health Service, *Student and Representation Fee, a "Hold" will be placed on your record.
How do I find out if I have outstanding fees?Find out if you have outstanding fees by going to: https://myweb.sjeccd.edu
click on the “Log In” tab
then click on “Student Menu”
go to “Financial Information”
click ”Account Summary”
How do I avoid having a “hold” placed on my record?Pay your outstanding fee balances two weeks prior to registration for the next semester.
What happens when a hold is placed on my record?A “hold on your record” will cause you to lose such student privileges as:
obtaining official copies of your transcripts
checking out books and materials from the library
participating in athletics and/or student activities
obtaining health services
registering for future semesters
receiving your AA/AS degree
What are my options for paying my outstanding fees today?To pay your fees immediately:
Go online to http://myweb.sjeccd.edu
Go to the Admissions and Records office to pay in person
What happens if I am in financial hardship and cannot pay my fees today?If you owe $50 or more, we can offer you the opportunity to sign up for a fee payment plan. To set up the fee payment plan, you must make an initial deposit of 10% of the amount owed and the balance will be divided into monthly payments in order for you to have a zero balance prior to the next registration cycle.
Example: 10% deposit on $100.00 owed is $10.00 and four equal payments of $22.50 covers the $90.00 remaining balance.
Where do I go to set up a fee payment plan?
To set up your fee payment plan please go to either Business Services located in the AC-115, 408.274.7900 ext. 6514 or the Admissions & Record office 408.270.6441
The installments can be made by any of the methods outlined below:
Please see http://www.evc.edu/current-students/admissions-and-records/fees for updated information on deadline dates. Failure to pay fees may result in the disenrollment of registered coursework. You may be able to get assistance with your current and/or future fees from Financial Aid. For more information contact the Financial Aid Office at the Student Service Center Room SC-123, 408.270.6460.
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