Incoming High School Students

Welcome, future Condor! Are you eligible for our services? Here are a few steps to complete before becoming an EAC student.


Step 1: Register for college

Visit the apply and enroll website and select what kind of student you are. Following these steps will provide you with a "900 number". This is your ID number and it is recommended you write it down and learn it.

Step 2: Complete orientation

Visit this online orientation page. This page provides a step-by-step guide with pictures on how to complete the orientation.

Step 3: Request high school transcripts

If you attended high school in our local district, visit the Oxnard School District page and request your high school transcripts. You will attach these transcripts to your EAC application--in order to provide you with the best possible counseling, we would like to see them. If you attended high school in another district, reach out to your high school about how to acquire your transcripts.

Step 4: Obtain your verification of disability

We provide our services to any students with verified disabilities. You will need to upload your disability verification for our records (like an IEP, 504 plan, a letter from your doctor, or any Federal or State agency such as The State Department of Rehabilitation or Veteran’s Affairs detailing your disability or ailment). You and your counselor will discuss which accommodations you qualify for.

If you don’t have medical documentation detailing your disability, we can still find ways to help you. Contact our office to see if you are eligible to meet with our Learning Disability Specialist for an assessment.

Step 5: Fill out our EAC application

After completing the steps above you will now be ready to fill out our new student application. The application itself will require only minimal personal information from you, but we will ask that you attach your transcripts and verification of disability.

Step 6: Expect a call from us

After you complete the above steps, we will promptly call you to schedule a new student counseling appointment. We will call the number you provide in your application.

"If you embrace DIVERSITY but ignore DISABILITY, you're doing it wrong..."