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5 Steps To Enrollment
You’ll begin the online application process by creating an OpenCCC account.
During this process you'll be asked for your intended major and an educational goal, along with some basic personal, educational and residency information.
After applying, you’ll receive your Student ID Number (G-Number) via email.
New Student Orientation, either online or in-person, will provide you with the information, resources, and tools you need to be successful at Skyline College.
We offer an Online Orientation for students who cannot come to campus, although we highly recommend you schedule an in-person Orientation through our counseling office located in Building 2.
Skyline College offers two options:
Meet with a Counselor
Counselors are here to help you navigate your educational experience and reach your goals. When you meet with a counselor you’ll discuss your placement results, select the courses that are right for you and create a thorough educational plan to help you map out your academic experience.
Enroll in Classes
Once you’ve completed steps 1-4, you’ll be issued your registration date. Please note that you will only be able to register for classes on or after your registration date. Visit WebSMART to register for classes, pay fees, view grades, access your student email and purchase a parking permit.
Check the Registration Dates to get an idea of when you may be scheduled to register.
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Skyline College offers, Certificates, AA and AS Degrees, AA-T and AS-T Degrees.
The certificates and degrees the college offers as well as our general courses information.
Students must apply for their degree/certificate.
Check out the certificates and degrees the college offers as well as our general course information.
Sign up for a free account and you will recieve access to all libraries that are part of the Peninsula Library System.
Peer/graduate tutoring, and workshops ran by our team of student assistants, faculty and staff.
Check out all of the important dates including registering for class and drop deadlines.
Purchase or rent books, buy college gear, or pick up any materials you need for class.
In here you will find all of the resources you need to understand how the SMCCD school district handles grades.
Check out Degrees & Certificates the college offers as well as our courses and general information.
We ensure that the concerns of the student body are addressed in the decision-making process.
Get involved with The Skyline View the official student news site of Skyline College.
We are honored to serve our veterans and active-duty service men and women.
Check out the Certificates, AA and AS Degrees, AA-T and AS-T Degrees the college offers.
View all of the upcoming events on and off campus.
Our programs send student athletes to top programs across the country.
Preset groups of classes with other students who share the same interests, or field of study.
The 500-seat auditorium hosts performances, musical showcases, speaker series and more.
The one-stop service for financial education and coaching.
We provide health care, mental health services, referrals, and educational information.
We partner with students, faculty and the community to create a safe learning environment.
Here you will find resources to help with trauma, mental health concerns, our disability resource center and more.
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The CWD connects individuals, agencies or organizations to career programs that provide college credit.
Meeting with a counselor can help ensure you develop a plan of action that works for you.
We know that successfully transferring is what drives many of you.
We provide relevant job skills through industry-recognized certificates.
Attain a certificate or associate degree that allow students to begin a career in two years or less.
Develop a personalized plan that addresses your specific goals.
Innovative study abroad programs for academic credit.
Management guidance, networking, consulting, workshops, event space and more.
Regional businesses, public agencies, and other educational institutions that serve students.