Comprehensive Student Educational Plan Online Request
Your Comprehensive Student Educational Plan (CSEP) helps you figure out which classes you need to complete in order to meet your academic goals. Your CSEP will also determine how long it will take you to graduate and/or transfer to a UC or CSU. Use this online service to request your CSEP today!
Submit Your Online Comprehensive Educational Plan Request
Online Comprehensive Education Plan Request Form is currently closed.
We are in our busy Winter/Spring registration cycle and want to focus on assisting students with registration. For this reason, we have closed our Online Comprehensive Educational Plan (CSEP) Request form temporarily.
If you are a participant in a special program, please visit your program's website to identify how to connect with your program counselor(s).
- Athletics Counseling
- African American Male Education Network Development (A2MEND)
- Academic Success & College Empowerment Network Design (ASCEND)
- Black Student Success Center (BSSC)
- Community Overcoming Recidivism through Education (CORE)
- Disabled Student Programs & Services (DSPS)
- Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS)
- STARS Foster Youth
- FYE Counseling - please connect with your Success Coach
- Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement (MESA)
- Next Up
- Program for Academic Support Services (PASS)
- Puente Project
- Queer and Undocumented Empowerment Support to Thrive (QUEST)
- Veteran Services
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To learn about the different Associate Degree and Certificate options, read our degree and certificate requirements.
If you want to transfer to a UC or CSU, follow the IGETC GE for general education requirements.
If you want to transfer only to a CSU, follow the CSU GE for general education requirements.
- CSU GE for students who started college Summer 2021 and after
- CSU GE for students who started college Spring 2021 or prior and maintained continuous enrollment at a California Community College (continuous enrollment is defined as attending college at least one semester, not winter or summer intersessions, during each academic year without missing 2 consecutive semesters).
If you need help deciding on a major/career, make an appointment with one of our Career Advisors or Counselors.
You may view your CSEP in LancerPlan in LancerPoint. For step by step visual, go to How to View Your Comprehensive Student Educational Plan (CSEP) in LancerPoint.
Frequently Asked Questions
To find out which classes you need to meet your academic goals and how long it will take to graduate or transfer to a UC or CSU.
Your program prefers to help you develop your educational plan. Please connect with your program to make an educational plan counseling appointment.
If you submit an online CSEP request, we will refer you to your program counselor.
You may submit 1 online CSEP request per semester.
Once your online CSEP is complete, we will email you at your PCC email. Then you can check your educational plan in LancerPlan (in LancerPoint).
If you have limited academic history, the counselor may want you to get acquainted with the unit load before planning a full comprehensive ed plan.
If you are currently on warning (formerly probation), the counselor may want you to improve your GPA first and then reassess after, before increasing your units load.
If you prefer a part-time student status, your CSEP will be much longer and it may not be accurate as requirements change over time or you may wish to take more classes later. For this reason, it is best to plan for 1 year and then reassess at that time.
If you do not meet the criteria to receive an online CSEP, your request will be too difficult to complete without your input in a conversation setting. In these situations, our online counselor may offer you a counseling appointment referral so you may speak with a counselor about your educational plan in detail.
We will always notify you about the status of your request and give you options to get assistance.
You do not need another CSEP unless it is required (example: needed for financial aid SAP appeal). If you could not enroll in your planned classes, you may select classes from another term on your CSEP. As long as you qualify for the class and meet the prerequisite (s), you may move the classes around in your CSEP.