Hours of operation and lab availability: Monday to Thursday 8:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Friday 8:00am to 2pm. (Hours are subject to change based on observance of holidays, summer school schedule and proctor appointments.)
The placement survey consists of a 10 minute video and a short survey. It takes approximately 20 to 30 minutes.
You may contact us at email@example.com or 760 245 4271 ext. 2367 We are located in the One Stop Student Services Bldg. 23
Parking: Students need to purchase an all-day parking pass for $2.00 located in Parking Lot A (off of Spring Valley Rd.) The yellow ticket dispenser is located at the end of the solar panels.
Ability to Benefit
Ability To Benefit **EFFECTIVE JULY 1st, 2012 Federal Student Aid (Title 1V Funds) will no longer be offered to ATB students who enroll into a program of study on this date or after. Per Federal Regulations.
Ability to Benefit students are those students who do NOT have a high school diploma or a GED and are NOT enrolled in a K-12 grade AND are applying for Federal Financial Aid. Federal regulations require ATB students to sign up for the ATB ACCUPLACER Test to receive proper information regarding their financial aid eligibility status. It is advised to schedule your ATB Test during the morning sessions to ensure enough time to complete your test. Federal regulations also require ATB students to provide a current photo identification card in order to take the test. Birth certificate and social security card are NO LONGER VALID forms of ID and copies of ID's cannot be accepted. Students cannot take the test with out proper identification. Please read below "Proper forms of identification" to find out what can be presented as an ID.
Proper Forms of Identification:
To test, ALL students must bring a current and valid photo identification card.
Examples of Valid Identification:
- DMV Driver’s License/ID
- Federal/Military ID
- Photo ID/VVC or other institution
- Tribal Card
- Naturalization Card
- Certificate of Citizenship
New Students of 12 years or younger apply in person in Admission and Records. Once you have received your VVC ID number you may take the Placement Survey by providing proper identification (current school ID).
Victor Valley College can proctor exams from students taking classes at other colleges or universities. A proctor fee will apply and can be paid at the Bursar’s office.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for further proctor information.
Returning Students-If you have applied in the past but are NOT currently attending classes (Spring or Fall), then you will need to reapply to have your status updated.
Assessment Office Schedule
Students may walk-in to take a Placement Survey
|Monday to Thursday||Friday||Sat./Sun.|
9:00 am to 12:00 p.m.
9:00 am to 4:30 pm
1:00 pm to 4:30 p.m.
NOTE: Students may walk-in to take the Placement Survey
Victor Valley College can proctor exams from other colleges. A proctoring fee will apply. Please contact email@example.com or call 760-245-4271 xt. 2367 to schedule & pay for a proctored test.