Thank you for your interest in
attending Ventura College as a student athlete.
Ventura College provides a complete support system
for the athlete that includes: athletic advising,
athletic trainer, two equipment managers, faculty
mentor program, tutoring program, study tables, and
complete indoor and outdoor facilities. Training and
conditioning are possible year-round. Ventura
College provides a quality athletic program both in
breadth and depth of offerings that will challenge
your skills, be sensitive and responsive to your
academic needs and prepare you to transfer to a
four-year college or university.
Ventura College is a member of
the Western State Conference (WSC) and the
California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA).
We abide by the CCCAA constitution, bylaws, and WSC
sports guides. The Dean of Health, Physical
Education & Athletics, the Athletic Director and the
eligibility clerk determine all athletic
eligibility. The Athletics Director and Dean
monitor the integrity of the athletic program
regarding rules, compliance, and eligibility.
Any prospective student-athlete
not living within Ventura County or the contiguous
geographical community college districts to Ventura
County desiring information regarding athletic
participation at Ventura College is required to
first make contact with a representative of Ventura
College either in writing, electronically or by
Information About Recruiting Rules of the CCCAA
If you would like to receive more
information about a specific athletic program,
please use the following questionnaire.
Prospective Student Athlete Questionnaire
The following links can guide you
through the process of becoming a Pirate.
Steps to Registration & Enrolling as a new student
at Ventura College
For new students who graduated
from high school in Ventura County, Ventura College
offers the Ventura College Promise. The
"Promise" is that all
2010 Ventura County high school graduates will have
their enrollment fees covered during their first
year of attendance at Ventura College. This same
promise is extended to students who have
successfully completed their GED requirements or who
have completed the coursework for high school in
2010, but have not yet passed their exit exam.
Expenses covered by the Ventura College Promise
include the per-unit cost of classes, the Student
Rep fee, the Health fee, and the Student Center
Information About the Ventura College Promise
As a member of the CCCAA, Ventura
College is not allowed to give athletic
scholarships. Financial Aid is available to
all students who qualify.
Information About Financial Aid at Ventura College
Video About Paying Class Fees at Ventura College
If you would like more
information, please contact Athletic Director Will
or use our Staff
Directory to find contact information for any
member of our coaching staff. Also you may go
to each sports' individual website (links located on
the left hand side of this page) to learn more about
the each team.
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