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Transfer Admission

Registration Process for Transfer and Transient Students

  1. Apply to Cedar Valley College
    There is no cost to apply, and prospective students can apply online or in person. You may also need to submit proof of bacterial meningitis vaccination as part of your admissions process.

    You are required to submit official college transcripts from each institution you have attended outside of the DCCCD. Many DCCCD courses have prerequisites that must be met before registering. As a result, students who have not submitted transcripts may not be able to register for all desired classes.

    Students transferring to CVC with less than a 2.0 cumulative GPA will enter DCCCD under their former academic standing and will adhere to all academic probationary policies.

  2. Advising Information Session
    Sign-up to attend an Advising Information Session once you have been admitted to the college, if you have less than 6 hours of college-level courses. This session provides you with information about degree planning, registration, and assessment testing.

  3. Assessment
    An academic advisor will determine whether TSI assessment testing is necessary based on exemption criteria. Before registering, you must meet the requirements of the Texas Success Initiative (TSI), which include assessment testing. All students are required by law to take an assessment test approved by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB). Students can review test material at the CVC Assessment Center website.

  4. Advising/Registration
    Bring a copy of college transcripts from each institution you have attended outside of the DCCCD and meet with an academic advisor to plan your schedule/register. Students transferring to CVC with less than a 2.0 cumulative GPA will enter DCCCD under their former academic standing and will adhere to all DCCCD policies. Students with less than a 2.0 cumulative GPA must also adhere to probationary registration dates and deadlines for each semester in addition to academic probationary policies.

  5. Arrange Payment
    Tuition is due on the payment due date printed on the registration summary. Please be prepared to pay when you register. Cash, checks, money orders, and major credit cards are accepted for tuition and other payments. Learn more about Financial Aid, grants, loans, and scholarships by visiting the Financial Aid office.

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