Advisement & Counseling Services
This 2-hour course is designed to acquaint students with college life and community resources, learning and study skills, and problem solving and success strategies.
Become a master student in school and then apply these suggestions to the world of work.
- Recognize learning styles in yourself and others
- Time Management
- Goal Setting
- Memory Techniques
- Improving Reading Skills
- Note Taking
- Stress Management
- Improving Critical Thinking Skills
- Responding to Diversity and Relationships
- Money and Health Issue
Orientation 110 Instructors want to help
You make a smooth transition into college life. We can help you develop your academic success skills. We can assist with career decisions.
This career-planning course is taught one of two ways; as eight-week self-paced course or part of a regular classroom course. The regular classroom course is taught as part of our Academic Discovery Program which combines Orientation 110 with Orientation 111. Students must sign up for same sections in both classes. The self-paced course is offered twice each semester and on both campuses.
Class activities include:
- Individualized paper and pencil assessments
- Computer assessments and exploration
- Pre and Post meetings with a Career Counselor
- Research using books, videos, informational interviews and the internet
- Self assessment of individual strengths and interests
- Identifying an area or major that best relates to you
- Researching occupations, demand and salary considerations
- Researching companies, colleges and career paths
Orientation 111 Instructors want to help
You make a smooth transition into college life. We can help you develop your academic success skills and we can assist with career decision making.