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Freshman Priority Registration (FPR)

What is Freshman Priority Registration?

The 5 steps to picking classes first!

  1. Application
  2. Online Orientation
  3. Assessment
  4. Student Educational Plan
  5. Registration

How do I sign up for the FPR assessment test?

High school students must contact their counselor to sign up for the FPR assessment test if it is offered at their school. Please check the 2016 FPR Testing Schedule for participating high schools. Students who want to participate in FPR, but do not have a test date scheduled at their high school are welcome to take the test at GWC by May 31st, 2016. Call the Assessment Center at (714) 892-7711 ext 51080 to schedule an appointment.

Which test should I take?

If you have already tested at your high school, please follow the instructions below.

Your results will be available online within one business day. To view your results, visit MyGWC and click on Launch DegreeWorks, or view the Unofficial Transcript.

To use EAP results, AP scores for math and/or English, or placement scores from another college, please send results to:

Golden West College
Attn: Assessment Center
15744 Golden West Street
Huntington Beach, CA 92647
(714) 892-7711 ext 51080

EAP:
A student must have a score of “Standard Exceeded” for English and/or Math.

AP:      
Students need at least a 3 on an AP English or Math exam. Request official scores from College Board.

Next steps:
We invite you to attend the Freshman Priority Registration workshops on June 14 to 17, where students will be able to see a counselor and register for classes in person. For more info, please call 714-895-8799 to speak to Counseling.

For all questions about testing, please call or email Assessment.