A smooth transition to college, academic support, peer mentoring, and community building by taking a set of linked courses. Students also get to work with an FYE designated Coordinator/Counselor throughout their first year in college.
Any new student who has taken the English and/or Math assessments, and is eligible to enroll in ENGL 50/ACE 50 or MATH 30 can apply to the program's English or Math groups.
No. You will need to choose only one of the cohorts.
You will be invited to attend an orientation where you will receive permission numbers as well as instructions on how to enroll in the FYE classes.
No. If you are admitted into the program's Math group, you must enroll in the FYE designated Math 30 course as well as the FYE designated Counseling 110 course. You will not be allowed to enroll only in one course without enrolling in the other.
If you are admitted into the program's American College English Group, you must enroll in the FYE designated American College English 50 course as well as the FYE designated Counseling 110 course. You will not be allowed to enroll only in one course without enrolling in the other.
No, students accepted in the Math Group and the American College English Group will be taking a total of 7 units. However, if you need to be a full-time student, the FYE Counselor will recommend additional courses based on your educational objectives.
Yes. The FYE Program hosts a series of activities throughout the year. FYE students are required to participate in all FYE seminar meetings in the fall and spring semesters, including the late summer FYE Orientation.
Apply for Financial Aid (FAFSA). If you have any questions regarding this process, please visit the Financial Aid Office. They are located in Building 3000 at the Oceanside Campus. Also, make sure to inquire about the Board of Governors Fee Waiver (BOGW).