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EAP Steps

All EAP students must complete the following steps:

  1. Apply to Palomar College and obtain an ID number using eServices.  If you have applied in the past, then you will need to reapply and update your application.  See additional info.*

  2. (Optional) Apply for Financial Aid through https://fafsa.ed.gov/. Once Palomar receives your information from FAFSA, a "To Do List" will be generated in your eServices account.  Make sure to complete the items on the list to complete the financial aid process.  See additional info.**

  3. Complete the assessment for English and math with your high school or through an individual assessment appointment at Palomar College by June 14.

  4. View and complete the online orientation.  Click on "English" or "Accessible" to create an account for the online orientation.  Fill in the required fields and click "Continue" to begin.  Read and answer the questions in the orientation.  Your progress through the orientation is recorded, and its completion by June 14 is required to be eligible for priority registration.

  5. Fill out the matriculation data form in eServices.  Log into eServices and click on "Student Center."  Click on "Matriculation Data Form" located on the right.  You must do this before seeing a counselor. 

  6. Make a reservation for a Counseling Appointment which includes a Palomar presentation, tour, and individual education planning with a counselor.  Bring any other test scores or placement information to your appointment.  See event dates and times.

    You must be a qualified EAP student to participate. Qualified students will have taken the assessment test at their high school or at the Palomar Assessment Center by June 14th. Only the class of 2014 high school graduates are eligible to participate in the Counseling Appointment Event. Unqualified students will be dropped from the event roster. 

  7. Register for classes on July 2 using eServices.  Go to your eServices account to check for your specific time to register.




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*If you will not be 18 years of age by August 17, 2014, you will also need to submit a K-12 minor form to Palomar College Admissions before July 2. 


**Click here for a 2014-2015 FAFSA on the Web worksheet to help you collect and organize your information needed for FAFSA.
     
 
>Assessment
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Have you completed your assessment?

If not, check with your high school for the Palomar testing date or schedule an assessment at Palomar by June 14.
>Online Orientation
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Have you completed the online orientation?

If not click here to begin. Must be completed by June 14.
>Counseling Appointment
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Have you signed up for the Palomar event?

See event dates and times to sign up.
>Register for Classes
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Registration begins July 2.

Once you have completed all the steps, you are ready to register for classes through eServices.

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