Orientation presents important information about the college programs, policies, procedures, and services. Orientation also helps you to better understand the college Catalog, Schedule of Classes, and plan a course of study (Campus Center 1529).
Meeting with a counselor before registering in classes provides you with an opportunity to review your educational goals, research majors, plan courses, and develop a Student Educational Plan (SEP). Call or visit the Counseling Department for counseling appointment availability and/or drop-in hours.
Pay your registration fees at the Business Office.
After enrolling in the first semester, you will continue to receive follow-up services such as choosing a major, preparing to transfer, further developing an SEP, and earning an Associates Degree and/or Certificate through the Counseling office. It is advised that you meet with a Counselor at least once a semester.