Transition from High School

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Transitions - Steps for Graduating Dual Enrolled students continuing with VPCC

If you are planning to continue your studies at Virginia Peninsula Community College after your high school graduation, there are some steps you need to complete.


Take the Virginia Peninsula Enrollment Survey to update your student information.
Find it under the New Students tab on our website, Step 3. You will use your myVPCC username and password and list your GPA and highest math taken.


Identify a Program of Study/ major
All VPCC degrees and certificate programs are found in the VPCC College Catalog. Choose the catalog year then “Degrees and Programs”. Email with questions.


Fill out the Program Plan Declaration Form with your new Program of Study/major.

PDF icon Program Plan Declaration Form
Send the completed, signed form to


Ask your high school Registrar or Counselor to send FINAL transcripts to VPCC admissions. Also, if you have SAT, ACT or AP scores, ask the College Board to send them to VPCC. Complete the Transfer Evaluation Form and send to if you are seeking any transfer credits.


Register for a New Student Orientation.


Fill out the FAFSA for Financial Aid for the upcoming school year.
We offer a Finish What You Started Scholarship specifically for qualifying continuing Dual Enrolled students, as well as other scholarships. Complete the scholarship application:


Make an appointment with your Academic Advisor using Navigate.
Login to myVPCC and select the Navigate tile then Appointments. Make an appointment with Office of Accessibility if you need any accommodations for your classes.


Register for Fall classes using Navigate. Fall Registration dates – see the Academic Calendar. Pay for your classes or have Financial Aid set up by deadline. How to register and other orientation resources (scroll to the bottom): New Student Resources


If you are interested in attending a summer session, contact

Congratulations, continuing Virginia Peninsula Students!