Welcome to the El Camino College Admissions & Records Office! We’re here to help you apply online for admission, register online for classes, retrieve and order transcripts online, file for graduation, and answer other enrollment-related questions.

Whether you are a high school student looking to continue your education or an international student adjusting to college life in the U.S., we are here to make the transition to El Camino College as easy as possible.

By choosing to attend El Camino College, you have access to more than 850 highly regarded academic and career programs taught by outstanding faculty. The college is also ranked in the top 10 in the state in sending students to the UC and CSU systems and offers more than 80 highly acclaimed career programs.

Concurrent Enrollment (High School Students)

If you are a concurrent enrollment student (a student currently in high school or primary school who is also taking an El Camino College class), you must submit an online application and complete a K-12 Concurrent Enrollment form prior to registering for classes.

If your answers to the online application determined that you are not a California resident and subject to non-residency tuition and you wish to challenge that finding, you must submit a Residency Reclassification Petition to the ECC Admissions Office as soon as possible to avoid being charged non-resident tuition.

Students on Level 2 Probation

Effective with the Summer/Fall 2014 registration cycle, California State law mandates that students on two semesters of academic or progress probation lose priority registration. If you are on the second level of probation and find there were extenuating circumstances you may file an Loss of Enrollment Priority & BOGFW Appeal Form. You must complete the appeal form – typed not handwritten. You must meet at least one of the six conditions specified and submit the appeal form and ALL supporting documentation by the deadline indicated. Forms submitted after the deadline, not typed, or missing supporting documentation will not be considered. The decision of the college is final.

Fees are just $46  per unit – Financial Aid is available.

Division of Admissions & Records: Student Area Outcomes (SAOs) - PDF