4 Steps to enrolling a student age 12 or younger
1. Applying to SBCC and getting approval from your school (it is not as scary as it sounds):
The Dual Enrollment Approval Form is the form that needs to be signed by someone at the school where the student will attend next year. Mom or Dad can sign for a home-schooler.
To make it easier, I have entered “Summer Jazz Seminar MUS132A,” Summer Jazz Seminar MUS132B” and “Summer Jazz Seminar MUS133" and "Music 179" and "1 unit" on the Course Selection part of the dual enrollment approval form.
Submit your paperwork to the SBCC Admissions & Records desk in the Student Services building at SBCC.
(A word of warning, due to privacy laws parents cannot sign the forms for their students; a bit ridiculous, but I found out the hard way that my student would have to sign it. I walked outside to the car where my son was "waiting" and signed the form.)
Once the Dual Enrollment Application and Dual Enrollment Approval Form are turned in you will have to wait 24 hours before you can go on to step 2, getting parent approval.
2. Getting approval from your parent:
After 24 hours go online to:
Click on Find My Username in the upper left corner to get started logging into pipeline.
Then enter your student's information on this page:
Your student will be given a pipeline username and you will be asked to create a password. Use this username and password to login to Pipeline forever.
Login to http://pipeline.sbcc.edu with your student's login name and password.
Now from the "Student" pull-down menu, click on Student Records.
Then click on "View Student Information."
On the right side of your screen you will see the students' K#.
Now that you have a K# for your student, click on the following link to complete the Parent Consent Form * (forma en español).Be sure to fill out the students' name and birthdate EXACTLY as you did on the application.
Wait 48 hours and go on to step #3, Registration (You are almost done!) As a dad of four kids, I strongly encourage you to write down your students' login name, password, and K# and place it in a file cabinet with thier Social Security Cards or other official papers. They will need this information fror thier entire college careers.
3. Register for the Summer Jazz Seminar:
You can do this in the Student Services building at SBCC too.
Go to http://pipeline.sbcc.edu and login to Pipeline with your student's user name and password.
From the "Student" pull down menu, select "Registration."
Now Click on "Register, Add or Drop Classes."
Click past the survey questions that might pop up.
Make sure you are registering for Summer II. (If Summer I or Fall is selected you will receive a message that "these CRN's don't exist.)
Register for CRN# 80674 first. If that doesn't work try 80473, 80052, or 80172.
4. Pay the registration fees within 24 hrs of registration.
Pay by credit card online by clicking on the EXIT REGISTRATION & VIEW FEES button.(See image above.)
Unit fees are waive for jr. high and senior high students. Here are this summer's fees:
Trans $29.00, Health $19, Student rep fee $1, Total fees = $49.00
Parking is $18.25 online. (Optional)
Thatís it! Now you just need to be in DM105 on July 1st. You wonít need your instrument until Tuesday, July 2nd. You can see a map to DM105 by clicking here.
If your student wants
a bus pass, they will need to go back to the admissions office to have their
picture taken for an SBCC student ID. It is a good idea to have their SBCC
K# handy so they can process you quickly. You can get their K# from http://pipeline.sbcc.edu
after they have registered.
If your student wants a bus pass, they will need to go back to the admissions office to have their picture taken for an SBCC student ID. It is a good idea to have their SBCC K# handy so they can process you quickly. You can get their K# from http://pipeline.sbcc.edu after they have registered.
We are looking forward to playing music with you!
SBCC Summer Seminars in Jazz
The official SBCC dual enrollment information page can be found here: https://www.sbcc.edu/dualenrollment/applyandregister.php
There is a nice step-by-step guide written by the admissions office here as well: https://www.sbcc.edu/dualenrollment/files/Step-by-Step%20Guide%20for%20SBCC%20Online%20Application%202019.pdf
Admission Office Hours:
Monday & Thursday: 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Tuesday & Wednesday: 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Phone: (805) 965-0581 ext. 7222 or (805) 730-4450