The Honors Transfer Alliance Program (TAP) works in partnership with the Transfer Center. We recommend all Honors students to take advantage of their services which include transfer workshops, university application assistance, HBCUs, campus tours, and much more. Join their canvas page and be up to date with their upcoming activities.
Dental, Vision, general health and mental wellness services are available for free for students. Please visit the college Health Services page for details.
Books H.E.L.P. is a program funded by the AVC Foundation, Student Equity Grant, and donors to help eligible Antelope Valley College students borrow course textbooks until the agreed return date, free of charge. For eligibility and application information, go to Books H.E.L.P.
The graduation office evaluates transcripts and other educational records for the purpose of awarding degrees and certificates. Be sure to complete the online application for graduation to receive the degree and/or IGETC or CSU General Education certification needed. Advanced Placement (AP) scores are also managed in the graduation office. If you have sent official AP scores to the college, contact the graduation office to verify and complete additional steps.
Need some extra help or want to reinforce what you learned in class? Interested in being a tutor? Our academic support services are available across all disciplines. Let us help you make the semester a success! Get connected with the Learning Center available at both campuses today.