Eagle Rock College accepts applicants of age 16 and above who have graduated from high school, passed the General Education Development (GED) or the California High School Proficiency Examination (CHSPE), and/or completed secondary school through homeschooling as defined by California State law. In addition, all students must submit verification of high school completion or equivalency or other documentation establishing the student’s ability to benefit from the training program.
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For admission to one of Eagle Rock College’s Associate’s degree programs, a potential student must complete all of the following:
- Submit an original high school diploma or original transcript indicating that the student graduated from an accredited high school or a GED Certificate.
- Submit official copies of transcripts all postsecondary level institutions attended by the applicant prior to enrolling at Eagle Rock College. All non-English transcripts must be translated into English and be officially certified.
- Complete, sign, and submit a Eagle Rock College Application Form. Pay a Registration Fee of $100.
- Attend a New Student Orientation.
ESL program applicants who aren on-native speakers of English need to take the written and oral English placements tests during the admissions process to be placed at a level corresponding to the scores achieved on the placement tests. ESL applicants must be at least 18 years old. Eagle Rock College provides English–as-a Second-Language instruction as a Stand–alone program.
Advanced placement and appropriate academic credit will be granted to students passing challenge exams who demonstrate mastery of any course offered by Eagle Rock College. The administrative fee of $50 applies for each course that is being challenged. Credit for such courses will appear as “CR” on the student’s Eagle Rock College transcript and will not be included in the GPA calculation.
The director of education will evaluate college credits taken from prior college courses.
Prospective students must take and pass the entrance examination. The College uses the Wonderlic Scholastic Level Exam (SLE) as its entrance test. Eagle Rock College adopts the minimum passing scores as indicated by the publisher, which are as follows:
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Established procedures for admission to Eagle Rock College:
- The applicant will make an appointment with the College.
- The prospective student will be given the School Performance Fact Sheets.
- The prospective student is given a tour of the facilities.
- The applicant will take the entrance examination. ESL applicants will take the placement test.
- The applicant will be notified of the decision of the Admissions Department when the above procedures have been completed.
- Students with special needs will be addressed on a case-to-case basis. The facility can be accessed by wheelchair. Students who suffer from carpal tunnel syndrome will use voice recognition software to learn computer application programs. However, the college will refer students to other educational institutes that have better resources to meet specific special needs of students.