Apply Now Steps

Welcome to Lake County Campus, Woodland Community College! Thank you for your interest in our college and academic programs. If this is your first time taking a class with Lake County Campus, follow the easy steps outlined below.  
  • Step 1 — Complete the Online Application

    Click here to Apply for Spring 2021.

    Click here for step-by-step instructions on how to apply.

    Once you have submitted your application, an email will be sent to you with further instructions within one business day. A WebAdvisor account and student ID number will be assigned to you. This email will include a link to retrieve your student ID from WebAdvisor.

  • Step 2 — Have You Attended a different College/University?

    Send official Transcripts immediately from all the colleges you previously attended. Delivery of transcripts can take weeks, so plan ahead.
    Mail to: Admissions & Records, Lake County Campus, 15880 Dam Rd. Ext,  Clearlake, CA 95422

    Transcript information can count toward earning your degree and establishing course level placement if you completed Math, Reading, or English courses at another college.

    When meeting with a Counselor – Unofficial transcripts or copies may be used for informational and advising purposes.

  • Step 3 — Financial Aid

    You may be eligible for Financial Aid

    Don’t assume you won’t qualify. On your FAFSA enter the Federal School Code for Woodland Community College below.

    Woodland Community College 041438

    – APPLY NOW!

  • Step 4 — Orientation

    Orientations are required for all new students.

    WAIT to initiate orientation until you get the email from us indicating your account has been created. Please call 995-7900 to schedule an in-person orientation. If an in-person orientation is not available, you can view the online orientation.

    Before taking the online orientation, you will need to look up your WebAdvisor User ID. Your WebAdvisor User ID is the first initial of your last name (capitalized) followed by your 7 digit student ID number (i.e. L0123456). If you do not know your 7 digit student ID number, you can retrieve your WebAdvisor User ID here .  Note: If you did not provide a social security number in your OpenCCC application, you will need to visit the Admissions & Records office to receive your student ID number.

    Once you have your WebAdvisor User ID, access the online orientation here, and enter your WebAdvisor User ID and password.

  • Step 5 — Register for your classes

    How to Register

    Register online through Self-Service. Students can access Self-Service, student email, Canvas, and other interfaces through our YCCD Single Sign-On Portal. Just go to login.yccd.edu to start, and click on the Self Service button:   Click here for Self-Service

    Self-Service Tutorials

    Important Tips:

    • Once logged in to Self-Service, click on “Registration Checklist” link at the top of the page and follow the steps.
    • How does waitlisting work?
    • Remember, you have 10 Days to Pay. You will be dropped automatically from a class if you do not pay your fees within 10 days of registering.
    • It is important to show up for the first day of class to avoid being dropped!
  • Step 6 — Pay for Classes

    Pay for classes/payment option Make sure that you have dropped any classes that you do not plan on attending before you choose a payment plan.

    If you do NOT drop by the REFUND DEADLINE – you will OWE the fees for your classes. You may not obtain transcripts, your diploma, or register for future semesters if you owe fees.

  • Step 7 — Books & Class Materials

    Purchase your books online – You can get a list of required textbooks, purchase your books online, find information about store locations, or purchase Yuba College spirit merchandise.

  • Step 8 — Prepare for your first day of classes!

    Attend class on the first day of instruction to avoid being dropped from your course(s).

    Keep a copy of your schedule to remember the dates, times, and locations of your classes.

    Take advantage of the numerous instructional support services on campus.

    Get to know your instructors – inside and outside the classroom. They can be your greatest allies

  • Step 9 — Purchase your Parking Permit