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Ventura College feels a special responsibility for out-of-area student-athletes. The first year at any junior college is especially tough, and unfortunately, because of California laws, COA regulations, and time constraints on an already over-worked staff, we are not able to offer you much assistance. However, we will do all we can, legally, in helping you with living arrangements and guiding you to employment opportunities. The Educational Opportunity Program, Financial Aid, and Administration offices are very supportive and helpful.

You can be successful at Ventura College if you have the desire and work ethic, but it takes a lot of planning and organization. It's also imperative that you get help from home and have the full financial aid package. When all is said and done, the responsibility is yours.

Choosing to attend Ventura College can be an excellent decision as you pursue your dream. Many out-of-the-area athletes in the past few years, who were on their own, graduated from Ventura College and their goals have been fulfilled.

Support System-

FINANCIAL AID:
Phone or contact your high school or local college or use the Internet. It takes about 3-6 weeks to receive once you apply.

APPLY BY INTERNET: www.venturacollege.edu

EOPS OFFICE:
They can help you attain books and counsel you on the different services that can help you achieve success. You must be a California resident first.

Registration Fees-

Enrollment Fee (California residents) $26.00 per unit
Health Fee (Mandatory- includes Accident Insurance) $17.00
ASB Card $10.00
Parking Fee: Auto Parking Permit $40.00 per semester
Non-Resident Students - above fees plus

$181.00 per unit

International Students - above fees plus  $195.00 per unit

You become a California resident one year after you sign a rental agreement and get a California driver's license.

Jobs-

Jobs are plentiful in this area. Most are found by word of mouth and with the help of teammates. If you are eligible for financial aid, you are eligible for an on-campus job.

Food-

There are about seven markets and fifteen restaurants within a seven-mile radius of Ventura College and a typical cafeteria right on campus.

Living Arrangements-

Housing costs vary considerably (amounts are per month for 1 person):

Room in House
Studios
2 Bed/1 or 2 Bath
1 Person
1 Person
3 Persons
$450 to $550
$800 to $1000
$275 to $400
 
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