Pasos al éxito
Step 1 – Submit an application for admission
To complete your application for admission visit: www.tornado.dev
Step 2 – Apply for Financial Aid
If you need help paying for your education, you have several options. You may be eligible to pay for the cost of their units applying to “BOG fee waiver” by: https://secure.cccapply.org/BoG_waiver
There are also other types of state aid and / or federal you may qualify to pay for classes, books and supplies. To apply visit: www.fafsa.ed.gov and follow the instructions to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid FAFSA. You will be notified via their student email (@ insight.4cd.edu) if you meet the eligibility requirements.
Step 3 – Complete English and Math Assessment
We encourage all new students to complete an assessment of math, English or English as a Second Language (ESL). The purpose of the assessment is to ensure that you register for the right classes according to their level. Once we apply to school and get your number
Step 4 – Enroll in coun -108
Counseling 108 (New Student Orientation) is a course that comprehensively provides tools on how to plan your program of study and explore educational goals. Students will also learn about the services that the school offers. All students who complete this course will be given priority registration. Search for available sections in the class schedule.
Step 5 – Enroll in classes and pay for them
Log in to your student account (@ insite Portal) to register for classes using WebAdvisor. Once we log into your account, you can register via “Search and Register” or “Express Registration” for more quickly.
Step 6 – Get your student ID card
Visit the Resource Center office building in the Student Services Center-(SSC-106) to get your photograph taken so get your student ID card. Bring your class schedule as proof of enrollment.
If you need help in person, visit the Student Welcome Center
(Welcome Center) located in the building of Student Services Center (SSC-111).
Other Important Information
For information about required textbooks and prices, please visit the website of the bookstore: www.contracosta-books.com
A parking permit is required to park on campus. You can purchase a permit through their Portal account InSite / WebAdvisor. You can buy a permit every six months or one daily in the machines located in parking lots.
Contact Numbers of the College
Admissions and Records
(510) 215-3934 or (510) 215-3936