The Matriculation process is designed to assist students in achieving their educational goals at Saddleback College. The process begins when a student submits an application to Saddleback College. All students are required to complete the Matriculation Process unless they have already earned an AA/AS degree or higher from an accredited U.S. college, are concurrently enrolled at a 4-year college, are taking classes for educational development (non academic), or are concurrently enrolled in grades K-11. California regulations state that all required students must complete the steps below prior to enrolling for any class at Saddleback College.
Matriculation is a 3 step process that includes:
Matriculation follow-up service monitors student progress and informs and/or directs students who may be on academic or progress probation to appropriate services and programs for assistance.
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Challenge Exam Dates
Students that feel they have the skills to place higher than their initial math and English placement are welcome to take the Saddleback College math and/or English challenge exam.
- Math and English Challenge Exam Dates
(Challenge exam schedules are posted one month at a time. New schedules will be posted on the last day of the current month)
Help and More Information
- Spring 2020 Counseling (C100) class offerings
- I have Math and English Placement, Now What?
- Viewing you Assessment and Placement results
- Frequently asked Questions and Answers