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Moorpark College

To take a class at Moorpark College (or Oxnard/Ventura Colleges), high school students must complete the following steps:

1. Submit MC application (choose your semester) = Skip the Social security number question. (How to Apply)

**If you want to apply for Summer and Fall, you MUST submit 2 applications. One for each semester

If you already have access to your MyVCCCD portal, Skip Step 2 & go to Step 3.

2a. 24-48 hours after submitting your Application (step 1), you will receive a Welcome” Email This email EXPIRES in 10 days, you must complete step 2b below before it expires. (Example of the Email)

2b. Click on the blue link Start the MyVCCCD Setup Wizard and go through the steps to access your MyVCCCD portal. *Record your username and password. (How to Set Up)

If your Welcome email expired and you need a new one, you will have to contact MC Dual Enrollment

3. Choose the class(es) you want to take from the Schedule of Classes unless the class is being offered through Newbury Park HS (skip this step, the CRN code is below in steps 5) For classes at Moorpark College, write down the 5-digit CRN class code. You will need this for Step 5 = Registration.

4. Submit 1 MOU per semester = Add the Course Name(s) (example: Communication M01 or COMM M01) and your counselor’s email address under Counselor’s email. Sign the bottom and submit it. DO NOT enter the principal’s email address.

**Ms. Choi = TChoi@conejousd.org **Ms. Coleman = TColeman@conejousd.org **Ms. Cortes = ECortes@conejousd.org **Ms. Nedwick = LesleyNedwick@conejousd.org **Mr. Napora = RNapora@conejousd.org

  • Once your counselor signs your MOU, it will be sent to your parent to sign. Then, 72 hours after MOU submission, you will receive an email (to your MyVCCCD portal email account) stating the dual enrollment was accepted.

*If your class needs a Prerequisite Clearance, ask your counselor for a copy of your Transcript. Then submit the transcript in the Prerequisite Clearance Form.

5. Register! Follow these instructions. PDF HERE.

POLICY REGARDING MATH:

California Community Colleges no longer offer courses equivalent to high school algebra 1 and high school algebra 2. Students are HIGHLY encouraged to take up to (and preferably beyond) algebra 2 while in high school. To select the math class at Moorpark for which you qualify, review this.