Freshman Counseling and Registration

(for High School seniors)

Appointment times are limited and offered on a first-come first-serve basis.

  • Please bring the following to your appointment on the main campus:
    • A photo ID
    • Some ideas on what you want to study
    • If you are transferring, bring some ideas on where you want to study 

    Your appointment:

    • Please allow at least 2 hours for your appointment on the main campus
    • Parents may attend, but keep in mind this program is designed for your information
    • Please write down your appointment date and time or print out your confirmation
    • Parking: Use the visitor parking spaces in Lot 1 or the non-permit required parking spaces in Lot 7

Step 1 - Select Your Appointment


For your convenience, we offer day and evening appointment options, which run approximately 2 hours.

                                Evening appointments are  April 16, 17, 23, 24, 30 and May 1.

                                Daytime appointments are  April 15, 18, 22, 25, 29 and May 2.


Step 2 - Complete Placement Tests*

- You must apply to IVCC and receive an acceptance letter before you can schedule your Placement Tests.

- Placement tests must be completed BEFORE the on-campus appointment selected in Step 1.

- Schedule your Placement Test Appointment online at www.ivcc.edu/assessment.

*Some students may elect to use ACT, SAT, or PARCC subscores for placement. Ask  your High School Counselor for more information.

Step 3 - Attend your Freshman Counseling and Registration Program

- Receive your Student ID card**               

- Meet with an IVCC counselor and select courses

- Receive important IVCC related information

- Learn how to use WebAdvisor, IVCC’s online registration system, and other resources.

 **Students must provide a photo ID to receive the IVCC Student ID card. Most students provide their Driver’s License or High School ID card.

Important Note: If you do not attend a Freshman Counseling and Registration program, individual appointments to meet with a Counselor and register for classes will not be available until Mid-May.