Maybe you're wondering about some of these things:
How does college differ from high school?
What if I haven’t been in school for a long time?
What will classes be like?
Do I have the skills necessary for college?
What is there to do for fun on campus?
Where do I go for help if needed?
Can I work on campus?
How do I meet people?
How will I pay for my education?
What can I do to insure that I will be successful at PVCC and beyond?
What if I don’t have a major declared?
New Student Orientation
Your New Student Advising and Orientation session is a wonderful opportunity to get questions answered and learn to navigate the college experience. It is also an opportunity to make friends and get connected to PVCC! Academic Advisors will assist you with planning for your future and choosing your classes. They will advise you concerning certificate and degree options, placement test interpretation and course descriptions. You will also enroll in your first term of classes.
IMPORTANT: Before signing up for New Student Orientation you need to make sure you have completed the entire process to being admitted to PVCC.
Review STEP 1 of Steps to Enroll at http://paradisevalley.edu/students/enrollment-steps.
If you haven't completed STEP 1 it will be difficult to register for classes in New Student Orientation.
Please bring the following with you to New Student Orientation
- Official or unofficial High School Transcript if the following requirements can be met:
- Student has attended high school within the last ten years
- Student’s high school transcript meets unweighted, cumulative GPA requirement of 2.6 or higher
- Student has completed as least two full years of high school
- Photo Identification
- MEID (my.maricopa.edu) username and password
Please arrive 15 minutes before the session begins. Students who are late will be asked to attend another session.
(Children/guests are not permitted to attend New Student Orientation).
All sessions are located in the E-Building Computer Commons
Tuition is due the day that you register for classes.