High School Enrichment

The Clovis Community College High School Enrichment program offers students in the 10th, 11th, and 12th grades an opportunity to enroll in college courses and receive college credit. Exceptions to this policy are outlined in the High School Enrichment application.

Generally, courses of a remedial nature, courses for which failing grades were earned, and courses required for high school graduation do not meet the intent and spirit of the program. Students must meet all the necessary prerequisites for any course in which they wish to enroll. Students admitted to the program are treated as new students each semester attended, and are eligible to register during the open enrollment period.

Benefits of the Program

  • The ability to get ahead and earn college credit while still in High School.
  • No tuition costs - Student is responsible for books and materials required for the course.


  • A student may qualify for the program with a cumulative high school GPA of at least a 2.5 (Juniors and Seniors) and a 3.0 (Sophomores).
  • Approval from the high school principal, a high school counselor, and a parent ARE REQUIRED.

The Application Process

  • High school students must begin the process with their high school counselor.
  • State Center Community College District (SCCCD) Admission Application is available October 1st for spring, & April 1 for summer/fall. (Please note - An online Admission Application is only needed for new students to the High School Enrichment program. Students who've participated in the previous semester do not need to complete this application.)

Apply Online

Please enter the following highlighted information on the application

Enter Enrichment/Dual Enrollment on the application
  • High School Enrichment application with all required signatures. CCC Educational Enrichment Application Packet. Your high school counselor must assist you in the selection of your requested course(s). This application is required for each term you wish to take a course.
  • A current and complete High School Transcript.
  • FERPA release form (included in the application packet) is required before a student can register for classes.
  • Submit completed application and all supporting documents (You must include your 7-digit SCCCD Student ID number) by email to enrichment@cloviscollege.edu. You no longer need to mail in your completed form.
  • Once your application has been approved by the college, you will be registered and receive confirmation from Admissions and Records. Not all courses listed in the Clovis Community College schedule are available to High School Enrichment students.

We are unable to process incomplete applications and it is the student's responsibility to ensure the application is complete.


  • Tuition and health fees are waived for students participating in the High School Enrichment program.
  • Students are responsible for purchasing supplies and books required for each class

Contact Information

CCC Counseling | (559) 325-5230

Frequently Asked Questions

After completing the online application, you will receive a CCC ID. This is not your SCCCD ID number. Your SCCCD ID number will be emailed to you 24-48 hours after completing your application (Hint: search your email for “SCCCD” to find it quicker) You can also find your 7-digit SCCCD ID number by going to WebAdvisor.

Once your application has been processed and you have been registered you will want to check your college email periodically for any class updates. You will also want to log in to Canvas, no later than the weekend before class starts, to become familiar with the layout.

If you have been waitlisted for a class you will need to check your college email periodically for a “permission to register” email. This email is time-sensitive and will expire if not accessed in the allotted timeframe. Enrichment students cannot register online. Once you have received this email you will need to forward it to cccaandr@scccd.edu and include the following:

  • The forwarded email
  • That you are an enrichment student
  • Your full name and SCCCD ID number

If you have not received permission to register by the first day of class you will need to email the instructor to see if they have space to add you to the class.

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The username for MyPortal is your 7-digit student ID number.


The default password for MyPortal is the first letter of your first name (UPPERCASE), the first letter of your last name (lowercase), and your 6-digit birthdate (MMDDYY)