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NEW STUDENTS 

If you are a new student, you need to complete the following steps to successfully enroll at Arizona Western College for the first time (steps 2 & 9 are optional).  All incoming freshmen students are strongly encouraged to attend the New Student Orientation program, Discover AWC.  Click on the banner below for more information.  

New students planning to use Veteran or Military Benefits, click here.

 

  1. Admissions
  2. Financial Aid
  3. NetID Account Activation
  4. Testing
  5. Academic Advisement
  6. Registration
  7. Payment
  8. Student Photo ID
  9. Residential Life/On-Campus Housing
  10. Textbooks

 

1.  Admissions (928-344-7550) 3C One Stop Shop

  • Apply Online.
  • Once your Application for Admission has been processed, you will receive your AWC Student ID#.
  • If you are interested in a campus tour, please submit a request.

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2.  Financial Aid (928-344-7634) 3C One Stop Shop

  • To have a better possibility of receiving federal financial aid and most scholarships, the application process must be completed by early March.  Go to the FAFSA website to apply for financial aid.
  • Financial aid is not limited to Federal Aid programs.  The Financial Aid Office will help eligible students with other forms of financial assistance, such as scholarships, state grants, and student employment programs.  Student loans are also available. 

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3.  NetID Account Activation (928-317-5892) Help Desk, LR Building

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4.  Testing (928-344-7641) 3C One Stop Shop

  • Your next step is to take a series of computerized placement tests that cover reading, sentence skills, and mathematics to determine eligibility for courses. Results are available immediately upon completion of the tests.
  • Some occupational certificates do not require placement tests.
  • If you have taken placement tests or if you have completed English and/or Math courses at another college or university, you may be exempt from taking the placement test.
  • You should have a picture ID and allow approximately 2 hours to test.  Test is not timed and free the first time.
  • Download the Study Guide Brochure to help you prepare for the placement test.

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5.  Academic Advisement (928-344-7624) 3C One Stop Shop

  • All new students are strongly encouraged to attend a Discover AWC session.  Click on the banner below to learn more.

  • Once you attend a Discover AWC session, you will have an opportunity to meet with an Academic Advisor to help you decide on a career, choose a major, and select appropriate courses.  
  • Get a head start by reviewing the Advising Worksheet which will guide you through the different General Education requirements imbedded into all AWC degrees. 
  • You may also review requirements for all degrees and certificates.
  • If you cannot attend a Discover AWC session, please call 928-344-7624 to schedule an appointment with an Academic Advisor at the Main Campus.  For other campus locations, visit this link.
     

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6.  Registration (928-344-7550) 3C One Stop Shop

  • After having met with an advisor to determine what courses you should take to complete your desired certificate and/or degree, your next step is to register.
  • To register online, log in to WebAdvisor.  
  • For instructions on how to register online, visit the WebAdvisor Tutorial page.
  • To register in person, use the Registration Form.

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7.  Payment (928-344-7700) 3C One Stop Shop

  • Payment of tuition and fees can be made with cash, check, or credit card (Mastercard®, Visa®, or Discover® Card).  Registration is not complete until tuition and fees are paid.
  • If you plan to pay tuition and fees with a financial aid award, please make sure to work with the Financial Aid Office to ensure your financial aid has been processed.
  • Payment plans are available through E-Cashier using WebAdvisor.

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8.  Student Photo ID (928-344-7576) 3C One Stop Shop

  • You must be registered for classes and present a photo ID such as a driver's license or other school ID.
  • Your Student Photo ID is free of charge.  There is a fee for replacement Student Photo IDs.

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9.  Residential Life/On-Campus Housing (928-344-7578) 3C One Stop Shop

  • Residence Halls are co-ed and provide suite style accommodations with on site student and professional staff dedicated to creating positive living and learning environments which promote academic success, cultivate personal development, and provide a comprehensive collegiate experience for a diverse population.

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10.  Textbooks (928-344-7583) 3C Building, 1st Floor

  • You may purchase or rent your textbooks at the AWC Barnes & Noble Bookstore or online.
  • In order for the bookstore staff to assist you, please bring a copy of your class schedule.

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