Application Workshops and Pop-in Assistance at Your Location
We can come to your computer lab or College and Career Center at your location, to offer pop-in support for students needing application help, MyPalomar or Palomar Promise help, or Palomar information assistance. This can be at any time that meets your organization's schedule, such as before school, after school, during the lunch period or during the evenings. This support to help students launch their educational journey at Palomar College, provides assistance for many of the stages of the Steps to Enroll.
Application Workshops are designed to support students as they launch their educational journey at Palomar College, beginning with a brief presentation of application tips, pitfalls and reminders. The Outreach Services department provides assistance as students navigate through the Steps to Enroll. During an Application Workshop, students will be assisted with Step 1: Apply and Activate.
Students without a Palomar ID
Students without a Palomar ID number will get support creating an Open CCC Account and submitting a Palomar College application.
*IMPORTANT NOTE* Change from previous years: Palomar ID numbers will not be issued the same day.
- Palomar ID numbers may take up to 3 days to receive via email, after the application has been submitted.
- Students can continue the process at home, with help form the Steps to Enroll and Application Workshop Checklist
- For more individual help, students can call or email Admissions at email@example.com or (760) 744-1150, Ext. 2164, or request a Virtual 1-on-1 Outreach Chat.
Students Who Already Have a Palomar ID
Students are encouraged to work with a parent/guardian or school guidance counselor if need be to submit the Palomar application prior to the Application Workshop in order to complete the next steps during the workshop (noted below.) Help and "How to" links can be found on this page.
Students with a previously submitted Palomar application will
- Reapply or confirm they have applied for Fall of 2022
- Retrieve Palomar ID number and create a MyPalomar password (if needed)
- Complete the Palomar Placement, Pathways, and Credit for Prior Learning Survey. (Send official scores to firstname.lastname@example.org.)
- Apply for the Palomar Promise program
- Activate Palomar student email
- Download MyPalomar App
Request a Date
Outreach Services believes that supporting groups in applying to Palomar is a valuable resource for your students. While we know this has been a change for many of you, we appreciate your understanding that we do not have the resources as previous departments had to provide this service, so we can accommodate 50 students at once and recommend support from your institution during the workshop if possible. To help us with planning, please request an Application Workshop for your group by filling out the Group Activity Request Form. We will reach out to you to confirm a date and time. Workshops can range from 1 to 2 hours.
What to Bring
Students will need to bring the following information with them to an Application Workshop:
- Social Security Number (if they have one) or Palomar ID number (if they have one, physical copy not required).
- Unofficial copy of latest high school transcript.
We look forward to working with you and your students!
Are you a prospective student looking for application help or resources?
General Application Questions
Contact Admissions email@example.com
(760) 744-1150, Ext. 2164
Video and PPT Help
- Steps to Enroll
- How to Apply
- Step-by-Step Walkthrough of the Application
- Application Workshop/Assistance Checklist
Walk-in or Appointment Help
Other Departments with Varied Services for Application Support
- If you will be under 18 on the first day of classes, complete the K-12 form prior to registration.
Vision | Engage. Inform. Inspire.
Mission | The mission of Outreach Services is to inspire the prospective student population with well-rounded information and quality service, regarding the degrees, services and procedures of the College; To serve all students of diverse backgrounds, ages, abilities, education levels and career stages; To connect the community to the College, its centers and the opportunities provided within and; To support students in determining the right path for their educational goals and navigating how to begin that process.