New Student Orientation provides students with strategies for success! Read more below.
You will receive important student information, learn about our college's services and resources, meet with an Entry Advisor, review your program, and get help registering for your first quarter of classes.
It is the perfect opportunity to ask questions.
Orientations take place in classrooms across the campus. Orientations are two hours long and consist of a one-hour presentation outlining information students need most as they get started, followed by an opportunity to meet with an advisor, review your program plan, and ask any questions. You can choose to register for your classes at that time, or you can wait and register yourself later.
Parking is available in any non-reserved parking spot in a campus parking lot. You do not need a parking pass.
Doing so provides you with more class options and gives you plenty of time to prepare for the upcoming quarter.
By Telephone: call the Testing Office at (360) 442-2353
In Person: Visit the Testing Center located in the Admissions Center, in person, during regular business hours
Note: No fee is required.
If it is determined you need a placement assessment, please see Placement Assessment.
Request an official transcript, and complete a transcript evaluation to transfer your credits towards your degree or certificate.
Your feedback is appreciated. We will use it to improve future New Student Orientations. Your information is confidential.
Advising and Entry Services is conveniently located in the lobby of the Admissions Center. Make an appointment to discuss your future by visiting the Entry Center in person during regular business hours (M-F: 8 am - 5 pm), email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (360) 442-2311. Registration and Financial Aid counters open at 10 am on Fridays.