Apply Online with OpenCCC
(Do you have an Account yet with OpenCCC?)
No, I Don't have an Account. (you need to have an email address)
Yes, I have an account.
You can apply for admission by filling out your information online.
If you require assistance applying online, we encourage you to come to the Admissions & Records Office (Main Campus or Watsonville) so that we may help you on one of the computers in the lobby.
If you have already submitted your application to Cabrillo College, you can access Special Links and Opportunities and your Application Confirmation by going to...
If you have applied for admission or enrolled in classes at Cabrillo within the last year, a new application is NOT required unless you are currently a high school student.
If an application is not required, you may proceed directly to registration. If you need information on term dates and deadlines, click here. High school students must submit an application every term they attend Cabrillo College while still enrolled in high school.
In completing your online application, please double check the accuracy of the information you enter. We want to be sure that your student record is error free as you begin your studies.
To complete the online application, simply type your answers in the corresponding fields or select your answers from the popup lists (where applicable).
Once you have completed the application, click the [Submit] button located on the left column to submit the application.
If you have any technical questions or need assistance with this online application please contact Technical Support at email@example.com, call 877-247-4836 or go the OpenCCC Help web page and Ask a Question.
Anyone 18 years or older may attend Cabrillo. You may also attend if you are under 18, provided you have graduated from high School or have a G.E.D. or are enrolled in one of our High School coordination programs.
In addition to the general application for admission, some programs have specialized applications requirements and procedures:
Location318 Union Street,
Watsonville, CA 95076
Mon-Thu: 9am - 1pm and
2 pm - 6pm
Fri: 9am - 12p
eService! Days Financial Aid - Cabrillo College
Free workshops open to the public!
Get help from Financial Aid and Admissions and Records staff with FAFSA, CCCApply, WebAdvisor, eForms, Dream Application, BOG Application, Chafee Grants, IRS Data Retrieval or Transcripts, Cabrillo Transcripts, and more.
***eService! Workshop Dates Calendar!!!!***
These services introduce you to the world of college through an online ORIENTATION; helps place you in the correct math and English classes through ASSESSMENT; and helps you identify a major, a career goal and how to get there the fastest way through an EDUCATION PLAN. SSSP also partners you with a counselor who can explain the confusion that college degrees, career certificates, and transfer can sometimes create. Everyone needs that!!?? No reason to go it alone. "SSSP" keeps you on track by working with other services and programs on campus to help you FINISH. (Completing these services also gives you PRIORITY REGISTRATION and that is a big deal!)
After you have completed your “Abbreviated Education Plan” you are ready to meet with a counselor. The 30 minute appointment will build upon your initial education plan and lead to a “Comprehensive Education Plan.” This will lead you to your education goals (degree, certificate or transfer). You will need to identify a major to complete this comprehensive plan.
Online Advisement - Ask a Counselor
This service is designed to answer brief questions related to general academic issues. To submit a question, select HERE.
Education Plans – The Student Planning Tool
A new state law requires that all students have an education plan. There are two types; an Abbreviated Ed Plan (1 to 2 semesters to get you started) and a Comprehensive Ed Plan (laying out all of the courses you need to reach your goal).
Having an ed plan keeps you on track to reach your goal, and is one of the requirements in order to maintain your priority registration.
All students now have access to Student Planning, a planning tool found on your Student Menu in WebAdvisor. You can start to plan your courses using the Student Planning tool at any time on your own. Having courses planned using the Student Planning tool will meet the Ed Plan requirement to maintain your priority registration.
For instructions on how to use Student Planning, click HERE.
Probation / Dismissal Workshops
Did you receive communication from Admissions & Records indicating you have a hold on your record due to Probation or Dismissal? If you are on Probation Level 2 or if you are on Dismissal, you are required to attend a Probation/Dismissal Workshop. For those on Probation Level 2, attending the workshop will clear your hold, and will provide you with the strategies and resources needed to work your way to a better Academic Standing. If you are on Probation Level 1, this workshop is not required but is highly recommended so you can avoid future academic standing issues.
When attending the workshop, please bring a copy of your Cabrillo course history using WebAdvisor "My Course History". A copy of your transcripts will also be available for you at the workshop.
To attend a Probation / Dismissal Workshop, please consult the calendar below and call either (831) 479-6274 or (831) 479-6385 to reserve a spot. Don't delay as it will impact your registration process.
SEE THE Probation & Dismissal Workshop Calendar FOR A FULL LIST OF WORKSHOPS SCHEDULED.
AppointmentsAppointments are a half-hour of scheduled time with a counselor. An appointment is needed for transcript evaluation, education plans, graduation petitions, guaranteed transfer applications, career advising, academic renewal, most cases of academic dismissal, and for most academic planning issues. Appointments can be scheduled in person or by calling.
Our counselors want to assist you with effective academic planning and answer specific kinds of questions. In order to get the most from a counseling appointment, please complete the following steps before scheduling an appointment.
is a space on campus for students who are currently or have been in foster care at any point in their life. We are here to help students achieve their education goals and connect them with resources.
Why come to the office?
Address:6500 Soquel Ave
Aptos, CA 95003
Regular office hours Mon-Thurs 9:00-4:00
Location: Room 1080A -The HUB
(Library, 2nd floor)
Monday - Wednesday:
9am - 8pm
9am - 1pm
Location: Room 1074,
Upstairs behind the library
Monday –Wednesday9:00am to 8:00pm
Thursday 9:00am to 6:00pm
Friday 10:00am to 3:00pm
Sunday 11:00am to 7:00pm
Location: Room 1060W
in the HUB, upstairs from the library.Bldg. 1000
English Learning Center Phone831.479.6319