More than 450 private colleges and universities have at least one thing in common: The Common Application. Visit online at www.commonapp.org for a complete list of participating colleges and universities.
Serving approximately 20,000 students every semester, Southwestern College offers more than 320 associate degree and certificate options.
Interested in Community College? Meet with our Southwestern College peer ambassador, Samantha, Monday or Wednesday 7:30am-2:30pm in the Eastlake Counseling Center.
Taking a SWC class on the Eastlake High School Campus or Online? 1. Complete this form and bring it to the SWC campus. 2. Complete the SWC online application.
ADDITIONAL california Community colleges
The California Community Colleges system consists of 114 colleges, with a large number of additional campus centers and classrooms throughout the state. The colleges are spread over a wide range of geography, from mountains to coasts, and rural regions to big cities. Each college offers a diverse array of educational programs, with specializations that reflect the unique character of the local region. Click here for more information. Apply Here
compact for success
Compact for Success is the Sweetwater District’s guaranteed admissions program to San Diego State University. Compact for Success students must meet specific performance expectations starting in grade nine and continuing through high school. Parents, students, educational, business and community partners work together to accomplish these program goals. The Compact for Success has been honored with a Golden Bell Award from the California School Boards Association and earned a Magna Award honorable mention from the American School Board Journal. For more information on the Compact for Success, call 619-691-5824.
EAP results provide an early indicator of your readiness to take college-level courses. What Makes a Course “College Level”? Students who demonstrate readiness for college-level, baccalaureate credit-bearing courses have the English and math skills necessary to succeed without the need for developmental courses. The credits you earn in these courses count towards college degree requirements.
How Do Students Participate In EAP? All 11th graders will participate in the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) in English Language Arts/Literacy and mathematics. Your EAP results are included on the CAASPP Student Score Report. Your score report will provide an indicator of your readiness to take college-level courses.
How Will Colleges Know If You Are “College Ready”? Let your EAP results count by releasing them to the California State University or California Community Colleges. Simply mark the release button at the end of the test. It’s that easy! If you do not mark the release button, you will be required to submit your results at a later date.
The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Eligibility Center for prospective student-athletes. A prospective student-athlete is someone who is looking to participate in intercollegiate athletics at an NCAA Division I or Division II institution in the future.