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Information & Welcome Center

The Information & Welcome Center (Outreach) provides information and referral services for college programs, services, and procedures to students, faculty, staff, and the community at-large. If you have questions about AVC, the Information and Welcome Center is a good place to start.


The Information/Welcome Center (Outreach) exists to provide accurate information and appropriate referral services about college programs, services and procedures to students, faculty, staff and the community at large in a manner that is pleasant and inviting and to effectively reach out to both traditional and non-traditional students for the purpose of recruitment, matriculation and retention at Antelope Valley College.

Upcoming Outreach Events

October 15
November 5
November 17
December 1
December 10
December 12
Fall Semester Ends



What is a Student Success Workshop?                          

Also known as an “SSW”, our Student Success Workshops are designed to give a jump start to incoming students and provide helpful information, as well as to let the students know what other programs and services AVC has to offer.


The SSW’s have 6 sections.

  • “Ice Breakers” are games or puzzles that help to engage the student, get them talking and working with their peers, and helps them start learning to think outside of the box.  This also helps the students make some new friends and gives them some familiar faces when they start classes.

  • Counselors will give a brief overview of students' Education Plans and help them decide which classes to start with.

  • Financial Aid representatives give presentations regarding FAFSA, the online application process, grants, scholarships and alternative options open to students.

  • There will be presentations from the First Year Experience (FYE) program as well as the Study Abroad program.
  • Campus Life gives the students a more detailed look at the different clubs, organizations and student support programs on campus in the form of a campus tour!

  • After the tour, students are given a presentation on myAVC - how to navigate, add classes, check grades, etc. with a Q&A section at the end.


Campus Information

Frequently Asked Questions

All Full time Antelope Valley Faculty and Staff have email accounts through the college; adjunct faculty may have separate outside email accounts.

A student may obtain an instructor's contact information through the "Directory" on the AVC website or by calling the Information and Welcome Center (661) 722-6331.

Deans are not assigned on a class-by-class basis; they are assigned according to divisions that focus on different areas of study.

Visit the Job Placement's site for information.

The Transcript Office can print student transcripts.

Visit Admissions and Records' eligibility page for more information.

Visit Counseling's high school program page for more information.

Visit the Admissions and Records Tuition page for more information.

  • How can I contact a professor/instructor?
  • Who is the dean of my class?
  • How can I get a job on campus?
  • How can I get a copy of my transcript?
  • What are the admissions requirements?
  • Can I receive a High School Diploma through AVC?
  • How much does it cost to take classes?
  • How can I get help paying for college?

Visit the Financial  Aid page for information on the FAFSA, BOG-FW, Federal Work Study, Grants, Scholarships and Loans.

Visit the Admissions and Records: Order of Priority Registration for more information.

Visit the Counseling Prerequisite Challenge page for more information.

Download and complete Counseling's Extenuating Circumstances form.

Visit Counseling's Credit By Exam page for more information.

If you have tried to resolve the issue with the instructor with no success, students are welcome to take the issue to the dean in charge of that division.

Visit the Admissions and Records FAQs page for information on dropping classes.

Visit the Admissions and Records FAQs page for information on crashing classes.

Visit our online schedule for class information.

Visit the Cashier's Office for payment information.

The Office for Students with Disabilities offers assistance to students with these needs.

  • How can I get a priority registration date?
  • How can I challenge a prerequisite?
  • How can I challenge a grade a have received?
  • How can I challenge a class?
  • What can I do if I have a problem with my instructor?
  • How can I drop a class?
  • How do I "crash" a class?
  • How can I find out what classes are offered?
  • How can I pay for a class?
  • Is there any help offered to students with physical/learning disabilities?
Last updated: October 26, 2015