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Monday, July 25, 2016

8:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Rock Creek Orientation Center - OC closed for mtg 3-5pm, click here for Oregon Promise Days & Info

Oregon Promise
New high school graduates or GED recipients had to complete the Oregon Promise application 5pm PST by the March 1, 2016 deadline and in addition file the FAFSA or ORSAA. A PCC Admissions application is also required. Oregon Promise funds are being distributed as part of their Financial Aid package.

As applications are processed, Oregon Promise is communicating with students via email. (Not all applications have been processed at this time.) Students already admitted to PCC can check their status in MyPCC’s Paying for College tab. Three green checks on their Dashboard indicate that processing is complete and OP will appear on their award letter. If they have not yet met all requirements, or have questions, have them contact the Financial Aid Office.

PCC is providing enhanced services for these students, but not until students have gone through the standard college admission process:
1. Apply for admission at: pcc.edu/enroll
2. Complete the online orientation (in the OC or other)
3. Take the placement test
4. Student are encouraged, but not required to meet with an academic advisor prior to an Oregon Promise Day

The Oregon Promise services begin with attendance at one of the ‘Oregon Promise Days” at the four campuses. The first OP Day will be held at CA on July 25 and run through the summer. Students need to sign up for these at this page: pcc.edu/oregonpromise

At these full-day events (9:30 – 3:30) students will meet other OP students, receive an in-depth orientation to Oregon Promise requirements, get tips on college success, have lunch, and meet with an academic advisor to form a first term plan.
OP students are required to take and will be assigned to a CG 100 class for their first term, and a CG 130 class for their second term. Advisors will communicate this requirement to the students.

Posted by: Olivia Alcaire


9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Sylvania Orientation Center (Click for instructions)

What do I do first?


Come to the Orientation Center in CC Building, Room 206 to complete a self-guided orientation. You may also complete this at home: click here.)


On Mondays, the Orientation Center is open 9am - 4pm. We are located in the CC building, Room 206. Click here for a campus map.

What do I do after I complete the orientation?


You will need to either take placement tests or have proof of placement through one of the following: classes taken at another college; or SAT, ACT, AP, IB, or CLEP test scores. Please note that we only accept SAT and ACT tests taken within the last two years.


If you need placement tests, we highly recommend you review math and writing material before taking the tests. Click here to view a study guide.


The Testing Center is located in the the CC Building, Room 212. Click here to see the Testing Centers' Schedule.



What do I do after I complete the placement tests?


Please return to the Orientation Center to meet with a New Student academic advisor. The advisor can review your test scores, review degree/certificate requirements, and suggest classes you should take for your first term.

When can I register for classes?


Fall term registration for new students begins Friday, August 5th at 7am. The fall term classes begin on Monday, September 26th. We recommend you register as soon as you can to get the classes you want. Classes fill up quickly, especially online classes!


You may come to the Orientation Center for assistance or you may register at home. Click here for instructions how to register.



Questions?


Email: oc.sy@pcc.edu
Phone: 971.722.8293

Posted by: Jessie Levine


10 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

SE Campus Orientation Center

Student Commons Room Number 111

At the Orientation Center we can help with the following:

* Completing the New Student Orientation
* Interpreting your test scores
* Creating an Academic Plan
* Registering for first and second term courses
* Submitting your FAFSA
* Checking your Financial Aid status

Please bring your Student ID (G#) and your placement test scores.
Posted by: Bryan Ruzicka

Posted by: Bryan Ruzicka


Tuesday, July 26, 2016

8:30 a.m. - 12 p.m.

Rock Creek Orientation Center - click here for Oregon Promise Days & Info

Oregon Promise
New high school graduates or GED recipients had to complete the Oregon Promise application 5pm PST by the March 1, 2016 deadline and in addition file the FAFSA or ORSAA. A PCC Admissions application is also required. Oregon Promise funds are being distributed as part of their Financial Aid package.

As applications are processed, Oregon Promise is communicating with students via email. (Not all applications have been processed at this time.) Students already admitted to PCC can check their status in MyPCC’s Paying for College tab. Three green checks on their Dashboard indicate that processing is complete and OP will appear on their award letter. If they have not yet met all requirements, or have questions, have them contact the Financial Aid Office.

PCC is providing enhanced services for these students, but not until students have gone through the standard college admission process:
1. Apply for admission at: pcc.edu/enroll
2. Complete the online orientation (in the OC or other)
3. Take the placement test
4. Student are encouraged, but not required to meet with an academic advisor prior to an Oregon Promise Day

The Oregon Promise services begin with attendance at one of the ‘Oregon Promise Days” at the four campuses. The first OP Day will be held at CA on July 25 and run through the summer. Students need to sign up for these at this page: pcc.edu/oregonpromise

At these full-day events (9:30 – 3:30) students will meet other OP students, receive an in-depth orientation to Oregon Promise requirements, get tips on college success, have lunch, and meet with an academic advisor to form a first term plan.
OP students are required to take and will be assigned to a CG 100 class for their first term, and a CG 130 class for their second term. Advisors will communicate this requirement to the students.

Posted by: Olivia Alcaire


9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Sylvania Orientation Center (Click for instructions)

What do I do first?


Come to the Orientation Center in CC Building, Room 206 to complete a self-guided orientation. You may also complete this at home: click here.)


On Tuesdays, the Orientation Center is open 9am - 4pm and is located in the CC building, Room 206. Click here for a campus map.

What do I do after I complete the orientation?


You will need to either take placement tests or have proof of placement through one of the following: classes taken at another college; or SAT, ACT, AP, IB, or CLEP test scores. Please note that we only accept SAT and ACT tests taken within the last two years.


If you need placement tests, we highly recommend you review math and writing material before taking the tests. Click here to view a study guide.


The Testing Center is located in the the CC Building, Room 212. Click here to see the Testing Centers' Schedule.



What do I do after I complete the placement tests?


Please return to the Orientation Center to meet with a New Student academic advisor. The advisor can review your test scores, review degree/certificate requirements, and suggest classes you should take for your first term.

When can I register for classes?


Fall term registration for new students begins August 5th at 7am. We recommend you register as soon as you can to get the classes you want. Classes fill up quickly, especially online classes! Fall term classes begin on Monday, September 26th.


You may come to the Orientation Center for assistance or you may register at home. Click here for instructions how to register.



Questions?


Email: oc.sy@pcc.edu
Phone: 971.722.8293

Posted by: Jessie Levine


10 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

SE Campus Orientation Center

Student Commons Room Number 111

At the Orientation Center we can help with the following:

* Completing the New Student Orientation
* Interpreting your test scores
* Creating an Academic Plan
* Registering for first and second term courses
* Submitting your FAFSA
* Checking your Financial Aid status

Please bring your Student ID (G#) and your placement test scores.
Posted by: Bryan Ruzicka

Posted by: Bryan Ruzicka


Wednesday, July 27, 2016

8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Rock Creek Orientation Center - Closed all day, click for Oregon Promise Days & Info

Posted by: Olivia Alcaire


9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Sylvania Orientation Center (Click for instructions)

What do I do first?


Come to the Orientation Center in CC Building, Room 206 to complete a self-guided orientation. You may also complete this at home: click here.)


On Wednesdays, the Orientation Center is open 9am - 4pm and is located in the CC building, Room 206. Click here for a campus map.

What do I do after I complete the orientation?


You will need to either take placement tests or have proof of placement through one of the following: classes taken at another college; or SAT, ACT, AP, IB, or CLEP test scores. Please note that we only accept SAT and ACT tests taken within the last two years.


If you need placement tests, we highly recommend you review math and writing material before taking the tests. Click here to view a study guide.


The Testing Center is located in the the CC Building, Room 212. Click here to see the Testing Centers' Schedule.



What do I do after I complete the placement tests?


Please return to the Orientation Center to meet with a New Student academic advisor. The advisor can review your test scores, review degree/certificate requirements, and suggest classes you should take for your first term.

When can I register for classes?


Fall term registration for new students begins August 5th at 7am. We recommend you register as soon as you can to get the classes you want. Classes fill up quickly, especially online classes! Fall term classes begin on Monday, September 26th.


You may come to the Orientation Center for assistance or you may register at home. Click here for instructions how to register.



Questions?


Email: oc.sy@pcc.edu
Phone: 971.722.8293

Posted by: Jessie Levine


10 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.

SE Campus Orientation Center

Student Commons Room Number 111

At the Orientation Center we can help with the following:

* Completing the New Student Orientation
* Interpreting your test scores
* Creating an Academic Plan
* Registering for first and second term courses
* Submitting your FAFSA
* Checking your Financial Aid status

Please bring your Student ID (G#) and your placement test scores.
Posted by: Bryan Ruzicka

Posted by: Bryan Ruzicka


Thursday, July 28, 2016

All Day

Rock Creek orientation -Closed for Oregon Promise Day

Oregon Promise
New high school graduates or GED recipients had to complete the Oregon Promise application 5pm PST by the March 1, 2016 deadline and in addition file the FAFSA or ORSAA. A PCC Admissions application is also required. Oregon Promise funds are being distributed as part of their Financial Aid package.

As applications are processed, Oregon Promise is communicating with students via email. (Not all applications have been processed at this time.) Students already admitted to PCC can check their status in MyPCC’s Paying for College tab. Three green checks on their Dashboard indicate that processing is complete and OP will appear on their award letter. If they have not yet met all requirements, or have questions, have them contact the Financial Aid Office.

PCC is providing enhanced services for these students, but not until students have gone through the standard college admission process:
1. Apply for admission at: pcc.edu/enroll
2. Complete the online orientation (in the OC or other)
3. Take the placement test
4. Student are encouraged, but not required to meet with an academic advisor prior to an Oregon Promise Day

The Oregon Promise services begin with attendance at one of the ‘Oregon Promise Days” at the four campuses. The first OP Day will be held at CA on July 25 and run through the summer. Students need to sign up for these at this page: pcc.edu/oregonpromise

At these full-day events (9:30 – 3:30) students will meet other OP students, receive an in-depth orientation to Oregon Promise requirements, get tips on college success, have lunch, and meet with an academic advisor to form a first term plan.
OP students are required to take and will be assigned to a CG 100 class for their first term, and a CG 130 class for their second term. Advisors will communicate this requirement to the students.

Posted by: Olivia Alcaire


9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Sylvania Orientation Center (Click for instructions)

What do I do first?


Come to the Orientation Center in CC Building, Room 206 to complete a self-guided orientation. You may also complete this at home: click here.)


On Thursdays, the Orientation Center is open 9am - 4pm and is located in the CC building, Room 206. Click here for a campus map.

What do I do after I complete the orientation?


You will need to either take placement tests or have proof of placement through one of the following: classes taken at another college; or SAT, ACT, AP, IB, or CLEP test scores. Please note that we only accept SAT and ACT tests taken within the last two years.


If you need placement tests, we highly recommend you review math and writing material before taking the tests. Click here to view a study guide.


The Testing Center is located in the the CC Building, Room 212. Click here to see the Testing Centers' Schedule.



What do I do after I complete the placement tests?


Please return to the Orientation Center to meet with a New Student academic advisor. The advisor can review your test scores, review degree/certificate requirements, and suggest classes you should take for your first term.

When can I register for classes?


Fall term registration for new students begins August 5th at 7am. We recommend you register as soon as you can to get the classes you want. Classes fill up quickly, especially online classes! Fall term classes begin on Monday, September 26th.


You may come to the Orientation Center for assistance or you may register at home. Click here for instructions how to register.



Questions?


Email: oc.sy@pcc.edu
Phone: 971.722.8293

Posted by: Jessie Levine


10 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

SE Campus Orientation Center

Student Commons Room Number 111

At the Orientation Center we can help with the following:

* Completing the New Student Orientation
* Interpreting your test scores
* Creating an Academic Plan
* Registering for first and second term courses
* Submitting your FAFSA
* Checking your Financial Aid status

Please bring your Student ID (G#) and your placement test scores.
Posted by: Bryan Ruzicka

Posted by: Bryan Ruzicka


Friday, July 29, 2016

9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Rock Creek Orientation Center - Computers for student use, FAFSA Friday, Click here for Oregon Promise Days & Info

Oregon Promise
New high school graduates or GED recipients had to complete the Oregon Promise application 5pm PST by the March 1, 2016 deadline and in addition file the FAFSA or ORSAA. A PCC Admissions application is also required. Oregon Promise funds are being distributed as part of their Financial Aid package.

As applications are processed, Oregon Promise is communicating with students via email. (Not all applications have been processed at this time.) Students already admitted to PCC can check their status in MyPCC’s Paying for College tab. Three green checks on their Dashboard indicate that processing is complete and OP will appear on their award letter. If they have not yet met all requirements, or have questions, have them contact the Financial Aid Office.

PCC is providing enhanced services for these students, but not until students have gone through the standard college admission process:
1. Apply for admission at: pcc.edu/enroll
2. Complete the online orientation (in the OC or other)
3. Take the placement test
4. Student are encouraged, but not required to meet with an academic advisor prior to an Oregon Promise Day

The Oregon Promise services begin with attendance at one of the ‘Oregon Promise Days” at the four campuses. The first OP Day will be held at CA on July 25 and run through the summer. Students need to sign up for these at this page: pcc.edu/oregonpromise

At these full-day events (9:30 – 3:30) students will meet other OP students, receive an in-depth orientation to Oregon Promise requirements, get tips on college success, have lunch, and meet with an academic advisor to form a first term plan.
OP students are required to take and will be assigned to a CG 100 class for their first term, and a CG 130 class for their second term. Advisors will communicate this requirement to the students.

Posted by: Olivia Alcaire


9 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Sylvania Orientation Center (Click for instructions)

What do I do first?


Come to the Orientation Center in CC Building, Room 206 to complete a self-guided orientation. You may also complete this at home: click here.)


On Fridays, the Orientation Center is open 9am - 3pm. We are located in the CC building, Room 206. Click here for a campus map.

What do I do after I complete the orientation?


You will need to either take placement tests or have proof of placement through one of the following: classes taken at another college; or SAT, ACT, AP, IB, or CLEP test scores. Please note that we only accept SAT and ACT tests taken within the last two years.


If you need placement tests, we highly recommend you review math and writing material before taking the tests. Click here to view a study guide.


The Testing Center is located in the the CC Building, Room 212. Click here to see the Testing Centers' Schedule.



What do I do after I complete the placement tests?


Please return to the Orientation Center to meet with a New Student academic advisor. The advisor can review your test scores, review degree/certificate requirements, and suggest classes you should take for your first term.

When can I register for classes?


Fall term registration for new students begins Friday, August 5th at 7am. The fall term classes begin on Monday, September 26th. We recommend you register as soon as you can to get the classes you want. Classes fill up quickly, especially online classes!


You may come to the Orientation Center for assistance or you may register at home. Click here for instructions how to register.



Questions?


Email: oc.sy@pcc.edu
Phone: 971.722.8293

Posted by: Jessie Levine


9 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

SE Campus Orientation Center

Student Commons Room Number 111

At the Orientation Center we can help with the following:

* Completing the New Student Orientation
* Interpreting your test scores
* Creating an Academic Plan
* Registering for first and second term courses
* Submitting your FAFSA
* Checking your Financial Aid status

Please bring your Student ID (G#) and your placement test scores.
Posted by: Bryan Ruzicka

Posted by: Bryan Ruzicka