PLEASE NOTE: We are currently seeing students on a walk-in basis for Spring 2017 Semester planning. One hour appointments for long-term planning will be available February - April 2017.
Miramar College Counselors are available to meet with you in a variety of ways to assist in achieving your academic goals.
All prerequisites, co-requisites and limitations on enrollment as stated in the course descriptions of the college catalog will be strictly enforced at the time of a student's registration.
Students who believe they have met a prerequisite at another institution are strongly advised to have all official transcripts of prior college work and other documentation on file well in advance of registration. This will minimize registration delays.
|Kevin Gallagher||Counselor/Asst. Professor||619-388-7038||K1-203Q|
|Francesca Heasty||Student Services Assistant||619.388.7557||K1-203|
|Marc Hollman||Counselor/Assoc Prof||619-388-7561||K-203|
|Phyllis Muitta||Student Services Assistant||619-388-7558||K1-203|
|Alice Nelson||Student Srvs Supervisor I||619-388-7559||K-203|
Orientation is an important component in the matriculation process. This session will provide students the information needed to properly begin their transition into San Diego Miramar College. Topics will include First Steps to College, Assessment, College Programs and Services, Understanding the College Catalog, Important Dates and Deadlines, and How to Register for Classes (Reg-e).
Students who have a current application on file, have met with a counselor before, and have all transcripts on file and evaluated.
Students who are in the military and are overseas with the above criteria met.
Students who are enrolled in majority of online classes with the above criteria met.
You can call 619-388-7840 / 858-536-7840 or visit the Counseling Office Room in C-302.
Welcome to Miramar College!
Steps to getting started in college, also known as matriculation.
For assistance with any of these steps, please contact the Outreach Office (619) 388-7358