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Open House | Saturday - May 19, 2018

PRINTABLE SCHEDULE
& Parking Pass


STUDENTS WITH AN ID# who want to complete their CSEP or Assessment should make an
appointment with SSSP and/or an
appointment with Counseling

Ready to start - or restart - your college career? Attend our Saturday open house for help getting started and information about financial aid, support services, academic programs and more. 

Continuing students also invited.

Link to:   


SCHEDULE (rev may 18):

CHECK-IN 
9:30am | In front of MSA Building


CAMPUS TOURS 
10:00am, 11:00am, Noon | In front of MSA Building

 

INFO BOOTHS: Academic Programs & Student Services
Available All Day | In front of MSA Bldg
 

KIDS’ CORNER, MUSIC & POPCORN
Available All Day | In front of MSA Building
 

GETTING STARTED

About West.............................................10:00am - Room Provided at Check-in

Guided Completion of Application........10:00am - 1:00pm - Room Provided at Check-in

Noncredit College/Career Prep..............10:00am - 1:00pm - Room Provided at Check-in

Make Assessment Appointment.............10:00am - 1:00pm - SSB 420

 

FOR WORKING ADULTS

10:00am: Info Session - Room Provided at Check-in
(also in Booth Area 11:15am - 1:00pm)

West has programs tailored for the needs of busy working adults including Accelerated College Transfer (ACT) where college-ready students can earn their degrees and be ready to transfer in just 2 years by attending classes only one or two evenings per week plus online work. West’s online degree program is award winning. Student can access online counseling, tutoring and books. West also has a large offering of evening classes, part-time pathways, and free and low-cost on-campus childcare.

 

FOR IN-COMING FRESHMEN, K-12 CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT
& FOR PARENTS 

10:00am: Info Session - Room Provided at Check-in

Topics Include:

  • 1st Year Summer Pathways (For current High School Seniors – Parents are Welcome)
  • LA College Promise: $0 Tuition for the 1st Year (must be 2018 LAUSD High School or Adult School Grad)
  • How students still in high school can enroll in college courses
  • What parents can expect when their kids go to college and how to help them succeed


PAYING FOR COLLEGE

10:00am, 12:00pm:  Financial Aid & Fee Waiver 


 


FOR STUDENTS WHO HAVE SUBMITTED THEIR WEST APPLICATION or
FOR STUDENTS WHO HAVE ALREADY ENROLLED AT WEST

Orientation & Course Selection.........10:00am, 12:00pm - SSB 414

Assessment.........................................8:00am, 10:00am - SSB 420

Counseling CSEP................................10:00am - 1:00pm - SSB 350

Password Reset,
Admissions Office Questions..............10:00am - 1:00pm - Learning Center - Library 1st Flr

 


SUGGESTED SCHEDULES

I'm thinking about enrolling. Tell me more.

10:00
About West Session

12:00
Tour - or - Application -or - Financial Aid Workshop

11:00
Tour - or - Application

12:30 Tour

 

  • I graduate from High School or Adult School this Spring.

  • My teenag​er Middle or High School Student is interested in taking classes.
  • I'm a parent.

10:00 
For Incoming Freshmen,
K-12 Students & Parents

12:00 
Campus Tour - or - Application - or Financial Aid

11:00 
Campus Tour - or - Application

Make Assessment Appointment

 

I'm a working adult with ​a busy schedule.

10:00 
Working Adult Workshop


12:00 
Campus Tour - or - Application - or Financial Aid

11:00 
Campus Tour - or - Application

Make Assessment Appointment

 

I've been out of school for a while and feel a littl​e academically rusty.

10:00 Noncredit College/Career Prep

12:00 
Campus Tour - or - Application - or Financial Aid

11:00 
Campus Tour - or - Application


 

 

I'm ready to get started. Sign me ​up!

10:00
Complete Application

12:00 Financial Aid - or -
          Noncredit College/Career Prep

10:30
Orientation / Class Selection

Make Assessment Appt


I have a student ID #. I'm ready for next steps

8:00 or 10:00 Assessment

10:00 or 12:00 
Financial Aid

10:00 or 12:00 Orientation/Class Selection  

10:00 - 1:00
Counseling



 

 

 

Useful Links

My teenag​er Middle or High School Student is interested in taking classes.