Allan Hancock College is moving to all-remote operations and instruction, effective Monday, March 23. Counselors for the Veteran Success Center will be available for phone and video conference meetings. Please call 1-805-922-6966 ext. 3925 to make an appointment.
Welcome veteran and active-duty students
IMPORTANT: Remember to complete all steps, including orientation and providing your Military ID or DD-214 in order to be eligible for priority registration.
Allan Hancock College's Veteran Success Center assists prospective and enrolled student veterans or dependents of veterans in utilizing GI benefits, completing the admission application process, registering for classes, accessing campus resources, getting involved in leadership activities, and transitioning into civilian life. In addition, the center also offers mental health counseling, computer access, learning assistance information, and access to tutoring and health services.
Location and Hours
The Veteran Success Center is located at the Santa Maria Campus in Building G-101, next to the cafeteria.
1-805-922-6966 ext. 3925
Monday, Wednesday,Thursday 0800 to 1630
Tuesday 0800 to 1900
Friday 0900 to 1600
Steps for Veteran Enrollment at Allan Hancock College
Request official military transcripts to be sent to the Allan Hancock College Admissions and Records Office via the following sites:
Air Force: Complete the USAF Transcript Request Form and mail it to the address shown on the form.
Army, Coast Guard, Marines, and Navy: Submit your request electronically
(Note: if you get the message "Your connection is not private", click on the link that says "ADVANCED" and then click on "proceed to jst.doded.mil/smart/welcome.do")
Request official transcripts of all previous college enrollment to be sent to the Allan Hancock College Admissions and Records office.
Your English and math skills will be assessed based off of your high school transcript information as reported in CCCApply when you apply for admission.
If you graduated from high school within the last 10 years, bring a copy of your unofficial high school transcript to a counselor to see which English and math classes you will need to take. See more information
In many cases, testing might actually result in a higher placement than your high school transcripts. You can also choose to take the English and math placement test.
See a counselor to Complete your SEP
Make an appointment to see a counselor who will help you create a Student Education Plan (SEP).
You can meet with a counselor at the Veteran Success Center (building G, room 101) or at the Counseling Office in Building A.
CeCe Teniente, ext. 3914
Monday and Tuesday, Santa Maria Campus, 0900-1600
Edualdo Pena-Rico, ext. 3814
Tuesday, Lompoc Valley Center, 1000-1900
Thursday, Santa Maria Campus, 0830-1630
General Counseling, 1-805-922-6966 ext. 3293
Once Admissions and Records authorizes your priority registration, log onto your myHancock account and verify your registration date under Registration Status.