Priority Enrollment Program (PEP) at College of San Mateo - Overview
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Priority Enrollment Program (PEP)
Overview
Contact Us

Alicia Frangos
Student Success Coordinator
College Center Building 10, Room 340B
csmpep@smccd.edu 
(650) 574-6175

Carol Ullrich
Assessment Services Coordinator
College Center Building 10, Room 370A
csmpep@smccd.edu 
(650) 574-6175
Step Forward: Priority Registration
Step Forward: Priority Registration
Learn how the priority registration process helped these Community College students focus on their priorities and get on the right track to completing their education.

College of San Mateo's Priority Enrollment Program (PEP) offers the most effective and timely way to complete the Path to Enrollment for students who plan to attend CSM.

The Path to Enrollment consist of the following:
  1. Apply for admission
  2. Complete assessment for English and math
  3. Complete College Orientation
  4. Meet with a counselor
  5. Registration and payment of fees
  6. Activate student email -- you@my.smccd.edu
Through PEP, incoming CSM students will have priority access to enrollment services which will increase their academic success. PEP offers events prior to Fall 2017 registration which allows students to complete English and math assessment and the College Orientation on the same day as well as touring the campus and meeting some CSM students.

At the conclusion of each PEP day, students will schedule an appointment to return and meet with a CSM counselor to create a Student Educational Plan (SEP). PEP will be offered beginning March 2017.

Super Saturday
Super Saturday allows you to complete the steps to become a student at CSM in one day!! The next Super Saturday will be held on spring 2017.