Panther Tracks: Your First Year Experience
Get on the right track; get money for next term! College is an investment of both time and resources, so learn how to do it right! CG101, College Survival and Success, helps students build skills that are necessary for success in college and in life. First-year students who complete CG101 with a grade equivalent to C or higher will be eligible one time to receive a one-credit tuition voucher good for the next term!
The voucher, equivalent in value to one-credit at the current in-district tuition rate, will be automatically applied to the term immediately following the completion of CG101 course. Eligible students who complete CG101 during spring term will have the option to use the voucher the following fall term. No other exceptions apply. Vouchers are non-transferrable and may not be redeemed for cash or as payment for past due charges.
College Transfer Elective Courses
- CG 100
- College Survival and Success
- CG 111A
- Study Skills for Coll Learning
- CG 111C
- Study Skills for Coll Learning
- CG 112
- Managing Test Anxiety
- CG 114
- Financial Survival
- CG 130
- Today's Careers
- CG 130H
- Intro Today's Careers: Health
- CG 140A
- Career and Life Planning
- CG 145
- Stress Management
- CG 209
- Job Finding Skills
- CG 280A
- CE: Career Development
Project Independence - Cascade Campus
Project Independence is a tuition free, personal development and career planning program for single parents and displaced homemakers. Project Independence is available at the Cascade Campus. Students in Project Independence receive personalized attention in the areas of self-confidence building, values clarification, decision making, career planning and goal setting. Project Independence assists women with transition into higher education and/or the workforce. For more information, call 971-722-5249.
New Directions - Rock Creek Campus/Washington County
New Directions is a tuition free, four credit personal development and career planning program for single parents and displaced homemakers. New Directions is based at the Rock Creek Campus and is offered on occasion at the Hillsboro Center and in Columbia County. Self-confidence, decision making, career planning and improving life skills are addressed in the program. New Directions assists women with transition into higher education and/or the workforce. For more information call Kristen Martin at 971-722-7448.
Transiciones Oeste - Rock Creek Campus
Transiciones Oeste es un programa del desarrollo y planificacion vocacional para madres solteras y amas de casa que han sido desplazadas de su empleo. El programa es gratis. Transiciones Oeste esta localizado en el campus Rock Creek de Portland Community College (PCC). El autoestima, la toma de decisiones, la planificacion vocacional y en como las habilidades de la vida son temas del programa. Transiciones Oeste ayuda a las mujeres con la transicion a una educacion superior y/o a la fuerza de laboral. Para mas informacion llame a la Alicia Gonzalez al 971-722-7437 email@example.com
Life Tracks - Southeast Campus
Woman, single parent, or in a life transition? New or returning to college? Take advantage of a program that can help you plan your education and career. Life Tracks is a free program that consists of classes and support aimed at advancing student success. Call, email or stop by for more information. Office: SE Campus, Mt Tabor Room 149; Phone: 971-722-6055; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Transitions Program - Sylvania
The Sylvania campus Transitions Program is a free, six-credit strength-based supportive learning community dedicated to easing the transitions to college, career, and life changing possibilities for single parents, displaced homemakers, and other students in transition. Our purpose at the Transitions Program is to help remove obstacles that could get in the way of your progress to college success. The program is geared to the needs of students with families, jobs, and other responsibilities who wish to prepare for the future. For more information call Ginny Christian at 971-722-8580.
ROOTS Program - Cascade
The ROOTS Program provides success based services to low income, disabled, or first generation college students. Eligible students receive free tuition for 3 program classes. Upon completion students earn 3 free credits. ROOTS services include individualized academic advising, financial aid advocacy, assistance with scholarship searches and additional tutoring options. Contact: 971-722-5752.