Ohlone College (a CCC) and Concurrent Enrollment

Ohlone College Representative at Washington High School

Mr. Haywad Nawabi is the Graduate Apprentice (GA) in the Student Pathways Apprenticeship (SPA) Program of Ohlone College and our rep/volunteer this school year. He can answer any questions related to Ohlone College, including the student resources and academic programs there and the CCCApply college application. He can also assist you in the completion of the application in the spring to apply to Ohlone College for fall 2023 admission.

Mr. Nawabi's school hours are 10:30 AM to 1:30 PM Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays in the SRC room between the school library and office, and Tuesday afternoons (virtually/online) as needed. His email address is: hnawabi5@ohlone.edu 

He is a graduate student at Cal State University East Bay in Communications, a transfer student from Ohlone College, and one of our Huskies alumni from the class of 2015.

Program Dates and Deadlines

Ohlone College Academic Calendar

For Graduating Seniors

Ohlone College Counseling Appointments

Make an appointment here for in-person meetings, drop-in waitlist, or online e-counseling with a college counselor.

February 14th was the first day Ohlone College (a public California community college) began accepting online applications for Freshman students entering the Summer and Fall 2023 terms. (If you choose the Fall term, then you can use the same application for the Summer term, but not the reverse.)

New Student Onboarding Process

Who is considered a New Student at Ohlone College? First-time attending any college after high school (including students with college credits from a high school program). First Year Student - Onboarding Steps

Quick link to Step 6, Placement Center: Math and English Self-Guided Placement 

New to our Onboarding Process? Click here to read more.

Undocumented Scholars Program - Participant Application

The Undocumented  Scholars Program at Ohlone College provides support services to undocumented students enrolled at the college. Its purpose is provide undocumented students with targeted support through academic, career, and personal counseling. All program participants have access to a dedicated counselor. The program also provides assistance with applying for the CA Dream Act, scholarship opportunities, as well as the opportunity to qualify for special grants (when available). We also provide FREE legal services referrals and assistance. To be considered for this program, please complete this application. The Undocu-Student Support Program will contact you to your Ohlone email after you submit your application. All information on this form will be kept confidential. Should you have any questions or concerns, please contact Vanesa Morales, program coordinator, at vmorales@ohlone.edu.

In order to be considered for admission into Ohlone's Undocumented  Scholars Program, students must be enrolled at Ohlone College while receiving services, must be an active participant of the program (attend workshop, events, etc.), and must be open the receiving communication from program staff.

Please complete the form here: Undocumented Scholars Program

For Rising 10th to 12th Students

Early College High School Program (Concurrent Enrollment)

Permission Form due May 8th, 2023 for High School Students to Enroll for Summer 2023

  1. Complete the electronic permission form to initiate the routing process to your parents and high school.
  2. Plan accordingly and allow 10 business days for processing.

(per Ohlone's website)

You can start your college journey now, even if you’re still in high school. Through Ohlone College’s Early College program, you can take college courses at Ohlone College campus and/or online.

Why should you pursue the Early College Program?

  • You can earn high school and college credit at the same time
  • You can take courses for enrichment purposes
  • You can get started on your degree requirements for Cal State and University of California schools
  • You can take classes with real college faculty
  • You can experience college life
  • You can receive specialized counseling

Check out the step-by-step instructional video on how to complete the permission form.

See our Steps to enroll or FAQs webpage to find out more.

View important dates and deadlines on the academic calendar.

From WHS Counseling Dept.: Important Factors to Consider about the Early College Program

  • FUSD/WHS is not responsible for approval/denial of online or other high school program courses at other schools and post secondary institutions (i.e., colleges).
  • WHS is not responsible for checking student's progress in online or other courses taken outside of FUSD.
  • WHS does not add these courses and grades to your high school transcript.
  • WHS counseling team cannot advise on what classes to take.
  • Students must maintain a 2.0 GPA to receive school approval to take a college course.
  • For many courses, students must take prerequisite community college courses, which may affect the student's ability to enroll in the class.
  • Students may not use college courses for the purposes of acceleration.
  • Since college transcripts are permanent, you will be responsible for submitting community college courses and grades on your applications when you apply to the universities in senior year.
  • Students are not permitted to take more then 7 college credits per term.
  • Please refer to our counseling website here about College Course Enrollment.



Umoja Program


Puente Program