New Student? Start Here!


If you are looking for a college committed to helping you achieve a degree or dream job – in an atmosphere of friendliness and warmth; then you belong at San Diego Miramar College. Please review the links below to start your experience!

Steps To Getting Started

Congratulations on taking the first step to joining the San Diego Miramar College Family. Please review these 7 steps you need to get started.

First Year Experience Program

What It Is

The New Student Experience Program provides guidance to first time college students (Student who have completed less than 12 semester units) who would like to make the most of their first year here at Miramar College. Our main goal is to support incoming new students through the process of enrollment, and everything necessary for a smooth and successful transition into college.

Educational Planning Sessions

This Educational Planning Session will NOT fulfill the requirements for the First Year Experience Program.  Click HERE for information regarding First Year Experience (FYE) Educational Planning Session.

Educational Planning Sessions--FYE

Educational Planning is an important component of matriculation. This activity assists students in identifying academic and career goals, and creating a plan that will meet these goals within a realistic time frame. Counselors will be available to assist students in making informed choices concerning programs and courses available. One to two-semester education plans will be completed during this session. Matriculating students entering the college are required to complete an assessment/orientation/educational planning session to receive priority registration.

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San Diego Miramar College is a member college of the San Diego Community College District, which includes Miramar College, Mesa College, City College and Continuing Education

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