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Monday, February 27, 2017

8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Rock Creek Orientation Center - click here for orientation services, orientation preparation, and campus tours

Orientation Center Services
-Practice for reading/writing/math placement testing
-Complete the orientation videos
-1st term advising for new students - see orientation sessions below or drop-in (wait times vary)
-campus tours - schedule below
-help accessing your MyPCC account
-registration assistance
-admissions application assistance
-Paying for College - help with FAFSA, ORSAA, and PCC Foundation

Campus Tours - fill out an online tour request by going to http://www.pcc.edu/enroll/campus-tours.html

New Student Orientation & Advising Monday through Friday
-Drop-in Services
-Materials to bring:
o HS or College Transcripts (unofficial okay), AP, SAT/IB scores
o For 1st term advising, complete placement testing – reading, writing, and math

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 must have placement in Reading, Writing, and Math to start most classes at PCC. Check your PCC email to see if you received placement based on the information you provided in your PCC Admissions application. If you did not get placement, you will need to take placement tests. 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 get placement in Reading, Writing, and Math?


Please meet with an advisor to get help selecting first-term classes. If you received placement just from your Admissions application, you get advised in the Orientation Center. If you took placement tests, the Testing Center will tell you where to go for advising. The advisor can review your placement, suggest first-term classes, and connect you to resources to help you be successful. If you're confused about who your advisor is, please contact us in the Orientation Center and we'll help you.

When can I register for classes?


Spring term registration for new students begins Friday, March 3th. The spring term classes begin on Monday, April 3th. 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 on how to register.



Questions?


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

Posted by: Jessie Levine


10 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Cascade Orientation Center

Come Visit the Cascade Orientation Center!

Where:
Student Services Building (SSB) Room 206
Phone: 971-722-5058 or 971-722-5622

When:
Monday – Thursdays: 10 am to 6 pm
Fridays: 10 am to 4 pm

What happens in the Orientation Center?
At the Orientation Center we can help with the following:

 Completing the New Student Orientation
 Interpreting Your Test Scores
 Course Selection and One-Term Advising
 Registering for Courses using your MyPCC
 Submitting your Financial Aid Application (FAFSA)
 Checking your Financial Aid Status
 MyPCC and Grad Plan Review
 Connecting you to Campus Resources

If you are a new student:
You will complete a new student orientation.

What do I do after I complete the orientation?
You must have placement in Reading, Writing, and Math to start most classes at PCC. Check your PCC email to see if you received placement based on the information you provided in your PCC Admissions application. If you did not get placement, you will need to take placement tests. The Cascade Testing Center is located in SSB Room 204.

What do I do after I get placement in Reading, Writing, and Math?
Please meet with an advisor to get help selecting classes for your first term. If you received placement from your Admissions application, you will meet with an advisor in the Orientation Center. If you took placement tests, the Testing Center will tell you where to go for advising. Advisors can review your placement test scores, suggest first-term classes, and connect you to resources to help you be successful.

If you're confused about who your advisor is or where to go for advising, please contact us in the Orientation Center and we'll help you.

When can I register for classes?
Spring term registration for new students begins Friday, March 3rd at 7am. Spring term classes begin on Monday, April 3rd. We recommend you register as soon as you can to get the classes you want. Classes fill up quickly, especially online classes!

Please come to the Orientation Center for assistance or you may register at home.
Questions?

Please contact Lynn Robinson at lynn.robinson1@pcc.edu or 971-722-5058

Posted by: Lynn Robinson


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

SE Campus Orientation Center

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

Posted by: Bryan Ruzicka


Tuesday, February 28, 2017

8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Rock Creek Orientation Center -

Orientation Center Services
-Practice for reading/writing/math placement testing
-Complete the orientation videos
-1st term advising for new students - see orientation sessions below or drop-in (wait times vary)
-campus tours - schedule below
-help accessing your MyPCC account
-registration assistance
-admissions application assistance
-Paying for College - help with FAFSA, ORSAA, and PCC Foundation

Campus Tours - fill out an online tour request by going to http://www.pcc.edu/enroll/campus-tours.html

New Student Orientation & Advising Monday through Friday
-Drop-in Services
-Materials to bring:
o HS or College Transcripts (unofficial okay), AP, SAT/IB scores
o For 1st term advising, complete placement testing – reading, writing, and math

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. 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 must have placement in Reading, Writing, and Math to start most classes at PCC. Check your PCC email to see if you received placement based on the information you provided in your PCC Admissions application. If you did not get placement, you will need to take placement tests. 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 get placement in Reading, Writing, and Math?


Please meet with an advisor to get help selecting first-term classes. If you received placement just from your Admissions application, you get advised in the Orientation Center. If you took placement tests, the Testing Center will tell you where to go for advising. The advisor can review your placement, suggest first-term classes, and connect you to resources to help you be successful. If you're confused about who your advisor is, please contact us in the Orientation Center and we'll help you.

When can I register for classes?


Spring term registration for new students begins Friday, March 3th. The spring term classes begin on Monday, April 3th. 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 on how to register.



Questions?


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

Posted by: Jessie Levine


10 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Cascade Orientation Center

Come Visit the Cascade Orientation Center!

Where:
Student Services Building (SSB) Room 206
Phone: 971-722-5058 or 971-722-5622

When:
Monday – Thursdays: 10 am to 6 pm
Fridays: 10 am to 4 pm

What happens in the Orientation Center?
At the Orientation Center we can help with the following:

 Completing the New Student Orientation
 Interpreting Your Test Scores
 Course Selection and One-Term Advising
 Registering for Courses using your MyPCC
 Submitting your Financial Aid Application (FAFSA)
 Checking your Financial Aid Status
 MyPCC and Grad Plan Review
 Connecting you to Campus Resources

If you are a new student:
You will complete a new student orientation.

What do I do after I complete the orientation?
You must have placement in Reading, Writing, and Math to start most classes at PCC. Check your PCC email to see if you received placement based on the information you provided in your PCC Admissions application. If you did not get placement, you will need to take placement tests. The Cascade Testing Center is located in SSB Room 204.

What do I do after I get placement in Reading, Writing, and Math?
Please meet with an advisor to get help selecting classes for your first term. If you received placement from your Admissions application, you will meet with an advisor in the Orientation Center. If you took placement tests, the Testing Center will tell you where to go for advising. Advisors can review your placement test scores, suggest first-term classes, and connect you to resources to help you be successful.

If you're confused about who your advisor is or where to go for advising, please contact us in the Orientation Center and we'll help you.

When can I register for classes?
Spring term registration for new students begins Friday, March 3rd at 7am. Spring term classes begin on Monday, April 3rd. We recommend you register as soon as you can to get the classes you want. Classes fill up quickly, especially online classes!

Please come to the Orientation Center for assistance or you may register at home.
Questions?

Please contact Lynn Robinson at lynn.robinson1@pcc.edu or 971-722-5058

Posted by: Lynn Robinson


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

SE Campus Orientation Center

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

Posted by: Bryan Ruzicka


Wednesday, March 1, 2017

8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Rock Creek Orientation Center - click here for orientation services, orientation preparation, and campus tours

Orientation Center Services
-Practice for reading/writing/math placement testing
-Complete the orientation videos
-1st term advising for new students - see orientation sessions below or drop-in (wait times vary)
-campus tours - schedule below
-help accessing your MyPCC account
-registration assistance
-admissions application assistance
-Paying for College - help with FAFSA, ORSAA, and PCC Foundation

Campus Tours - fill out an online tour request by going to http://www.pcc.edu/enroll/campus-tours.html

New Student Orientation & Advising Monday through Friday
-Drop-in Services
-Materials to bring:
o HS or College Transcripts (unofficial okay), AP, SAT/IB scores
o For 1st term advising, complete placement testing – reading, writing, and math

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. 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 must have placement in Reading, Writing, and Math to start most classes at PCC. Check your PCC email to see if you received placement based on the information you provided in your PCC Admissions application. If you did not get placement, you will need to take placement tests. 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 get placement in Reading, Writing, and Math?


Please meet with an advisor to get help selecting first-term classes. If you received placement just from your Admissions application, you get advised in the Orientation Center. If you took placement tests, the Testing Center will tell you where to go for advising. The advisor can review your placement, suggest first-term classes, and connect you to resources to help you be successful. If you're confused about who your advisor is, please contact us in the Orientation Center and we'll help you.

When can I register for classes?


Spring term registration for new students begins Friday, March 3th. The spring term classes begin on Monday, April 3th. 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 on how to register.



Questions?


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

Posted by: Jessie Levine


10 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Cascade Orientation Center

Come Visit the Cascade Orientation Center!

Where:
Student Services Building (SSB) Room 206
Phone: 971-722-5058 or 971-722-5622

When:
Monday – Thursdays: 10 am to 6 pm
Fridays: 10 am to 4 pm

What happens in the Orientation Center?
At the Orientation Center we can help with the following:

 Completing the New Student Orientation
 Interpreting Your Test Scores
 Course Selection and One-Term Advising
 Registering for Courses using your MyPCC
 Submitting your Financial Aid Application (FAFSA)
 Checking your Financial Aid Status
 MyPCC and Grad Plan Review
 Connecting you to Campus Resources

If you are a new student:
You will complete a new student orientation.

What do I do after I complete the orientation?
You must have placement in Reading, Writing, and Math to start most classes at PCC. Check your PCC email to see if you received placement based on the information you provided in your PCC Admissions application. If you did not get placement, you will need to take placement tests. The Cascade Testing Center is located in SSB Room 204.

What do I do after I get placement in Reading, Writing, and Math?
Please meet with an advisor to get help selecting classes for your first term. If you received placement from your Admissions application, you will meet with an advisor in the Orientation Center. If you took placement tests, the Testing Center will tell you where to go for advising. Advisors can review your placement test scores, suggest first-term classes, and connect you to resources to help you be successful.

If you're confused about who your advisor is or where to go for advising, please contact us in the Orientation Center and we'll help you.

When can I register for classes?
Spring term registration for new students begins Friday, March 3rd at 7am. Spring term classes begin on Monday, April 3rd. We recommend you register as soon as you can to get the classes you want. Classes fill up quickly, especially online classes!

Please come to the Orientation Center for assistance or you may register at home.
Questions?

Please contact Lynn Robinson at lynn.robinson1@pcc.edu or 971-722-5058

Posted by: Lynn Robinson


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

SE Campus Orientation Center

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

Posted by: Bryan Ruzicka


Thursday, March 2, 2017

8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Rock Creek Orientation Center - click here for orientation services, orientation preparation, and campus tours

Orientation Center Services
-Practice for reading/writing/math placement testing
-Complete the orientation videos
-1st term advising for new students - see orientation sessions below or drop-in (wait times vary)
-campus tours - schedule below
-help accessing your MyPCC account
-registration assistance
-admissions application assistance
-Paying for College - help with FAFSA, ORSAA, and PCC Foundation

Campus Tours - fill out an online tour request by going to http://www.pcc.edu/enroll/campus-tours.html

New Student Orientation & Advising Monday through Friday
-Drop-in Services
-Materials to bring:
o HS or College Transcripts (unofficial okay), AP, SAT/IB scores
o For 1st term advising, complete placement testing – reading, writing, and math

Posted by: Olivia Alcaire


9 a.m. - 2:30 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 - 2:30pm. 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 must have placement in Reading, Writing, and Math to start most classes at PCC. Check your PCC email to see if you received placement based on the information you provided in your PCC Admissions application. If you did not get placement, you will need to take placement tests. 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 get placement in Reading, Writing, and Math?


Please meet with an advisor to get help selecting first-term classes. If you received placement just from your Admissions application, you get advised in the Orientation Center. If you took placement tests, the Testing Center will tell you where to go for advising. The advisor can review your placement, suggest first-term classes, and connect you to resources to help you be successful. If you're confused about who your advisor is, please contact us in the Orientation Center and we'll help you.

When can I register for classes?


Spring term registration for new students begins Friday, March 3th. The spring term classes begin on Monday, April 3th. 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 on how to register.



Questions?


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

Posted by: Jessie Levine


10 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Cascade Orientation Center

Come Visit the Cascade Orientation Center!

Where:
Student Services Building (SSB) Room 206
Phone: 971-722-5058 or 971-722-5622

When:
Monday – Thursdays: 10 am to 6 pm
Fridays: 10 am to 4 pm

What happens in the Orientation Center?
At the Orientation Center we can help with the following:

 Completing the New Student Orientation
 Interpreting Your Test Scores
 Course Selection and One-Term Advising
 Registering for Courses using your MyPCC
 Submitting your Financial Aid Application (FAFSA)
 Checking your Financial Aid Status
 MyPCC and Grad Plan Review
 Connecting you to Campus Resources

If you are a new student:
You will complete a new student orientation.

What do I do after I complete the orientation?
You must have placement in Reading, Writing, and Math to start most classes at PCC. Check your PCC email to see if you received placement based on the information you provided in your PCC Admissions application. If you did not get placement, you will need to take placement tests. The Cascade Testing Center is located in SSB Room 204.

What do I do after I get placement in Reading, Writing, and Math?
Please meet with an advisor to get help selecting classes for your first term. If you received placement from your Admissions application, you will meet with an advisor in the Orientation Center. If you took placement tests, the Testing Center will tell you where to go for advising. Advisors can review your placement test scores, suggest first-term classes, and connect you to resources to help you be successful.

If you're confused about who your advisor is or where to go for advising, please contact us in the Orientation Center and we'll help you.

When can I register for classes?
Spring term registration for new students begins Friday, March 3rd at 7am. Spring term classes begin on Monday, April 3rd. We recommend you register as soon as you can to get the classes you want. Classes fill up quickly, especially online classes!

Please come to the Orientation Center for assistance or you may register at home.
Questions?

Please contact Lynn Robinson at lynn.robinson1@pcc.edu or 971-722-5058

Posted by: Lynn Robinson


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

SE Campus Orientation Center

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

Posted by: Bryan Ruzicka


Friday, March 3, 2017

8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Rock Creek Orientation Center - click here for orientation services, orientation preparation, and campus tours

Orientation Center Services
-Practice for reading/writing/math placement testing
-Complete the orientation videos
-1st term advising for new students - see orientation sessions below or drop-in (wait times vary)
-campus tours - schedule below
-help accessing your MyPCC account
-registration assistance
-admissions application assistance
-Paying for College - help with FAFSA, ORSAA, and PCC Foundation

Campus Tours - fill out an online tour request by going to http://www.pcc.edu/enroll/campus-tours.html

New Student Orientation & Advising Monday through Friday
-Drop-in Services
-Materials to bring:
o HS or College Transcripts (unofficial okay), AP, SAT/IB scores
o For 1st term advising, complete placement testing – reading, writing, and math

Posted by: Olivia Alcaire


8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Rock Creek Orientation Center - click here for orientation services, orientation preparation, and campus tours

Orientation Center Services
-Practice for reading/writing/math placement testing
-Complete the orientation videos
-1st term advising for new students - see orientation sessions below or drop-in (wait times vary)
-campus tours - schedule below
-help accessing your MyPCC account
-registration assistance
-admissions application assistance
-Financial Aid Fridays 10am-3pm

Campus Tours
Tuesdays 10-11am
Thursdays 3-4pm

New Student Orientation & Advising - Feb 3 - 8-11:45am
-Drop-in Services
-Materials to bring:
o HS or College Transcripts (unofficial okay), AP, SAT/IB scores
o For 1st term advising, complete placement testing – reading, writing, and math

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 must have placement in Reading, Writing, and Math to start most classes at PCC. Check your PCC email to see if you received placement based on the information you provided in your PCC Admissions application. If you did not get placement, you will need to take placement tests. 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 get placement in Reading, Writing, and Math?


Please meet with an advisor to get help selecting first-term classes. If you received placement just from your Admissions application, you get advised in the Orientation Center. If you took placement tests, the Testing Center will tell you where to go for advising. The advisor can review your placement, suggest first-term classes, and connect you to resources to help you be successful. If you're confused about who your advisor is, please contact us in the Orientation Center and we'll help you.

When can I register for classes?


Spring term registration for new students begins Friday, March 3th. The spring term classes begin on Monday, April 3th. 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 on 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

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

Posted by: Bryan Ruzicka


10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Cascade Orientation Center

Come Visit the Cascade Orientation Center!

Where:
Student Services Building (SSB) Room 206
Phone: 971-722-5058 or 971-722-5622

When:
Monday – Thursdays: 10 am to 6 pm
Fridays: 10 am to 4 pm

What happens in the Orientation Center?
At the Orientation Center we can help with the following:

 Completing the New Student Orientation
 Interpreting Your Test Scores
 Course Selection and One-Term Advising
 Registering for Courses using your MyPCC
 Submitting your Financial Aid Application (FAFSA)
 Checking your Financial Aid Status
 MyPCC and Grad Plan Review
 Connecting you to Campus Resources

If you are a new student:
You will complete a new student orientation.

What do I do after I complete the orientation?
You must have placement in Reading, Writing, and Math to start most classes at PCC. Check your PCC email to see if you received placement based on the information you provided in your PCC Admissions application. If you did not get placement, you will need to take placement tests. The Cascade Testing Center is located in SSB Room 204.

What do I do after I get placement in Reading, Writing, and Math?
Please meet with an advisor to get help selecting classes for your first term. If you received placement from your Admissions application, you will meet with an advisor in the Orientation Center. If you took placement tests, the Testing Center will tell you where to go for advising. Advisors can review your placement test scores, suggest first-term classes, and connect you to resources to help you be successful.

If you're confused about who your advisor is or where to go for advising, please contact us in the Orientation Center and we'll help you.

When can I register for classes?
Spring term registration for new students begins Friday, March 3rd at 7am. Spring term classes begin on Monday, April 3rd. We recommend you register as soon as you can to get the classes you want. Classes fill up quickly, especially online classes!

Please come to the Orientation Center for assistance or you may register at home.
Questions?

Please contact Lynn Robinson at lynn.robinson1@pcc.edu or 971-722-5058

Posted by: Lynn Robinson