Resources for New Students
Prior to joining us for a Virtual New Student Orientation session, you must complete the New Student Online Orientation (NSOO) Portal. This platform serves as your personal introduction and transition to the College. To access the NSOO Portal, you will need to:
- Log-in to the portal
- Click on New Student Online Orientation Portal (located under the “New Student Resources” channel)
- Please note that you need to review the content in each individual module before moving on to the next module; complete all 8 modules prior to the start of your first semester
Beginning your college experience here at CCP is exciting, but during these unprecedented times can also be challenging. As you are aware due to COVID-19 public health concerns, all coursework for Spring 2021 will be primarily online. While we wish we had the opportunity to welcome you in person at an on-campus orientation session, please trust that you have a real, live community of faculty and staff who are committed to your success.
We want you to know you have an entire college community rooting for you! To help you succeed in these uncertain times, we invite you to participate in a one (1) hour Virtual New Student Orientation that will help you as you become a student at the College. During these sessions, you will have the opportunity to meet fellow new students and Student Development staff who will help answer any questions and concerns you may have about starting your first semester at the College. You can register for one (1) of the five (5) available online sessions.RSVP for a Virtual Orientation by clicking your preferred session date/time below.
For additional support, we have created a Virtual Student Resource Center to make sure you have access to all of the support services you need, from academic support to financial services and health, counseling and assistance with basic needs. To help you get ready for the Spring 2021 semester, RSVP for a Zoom session to learn about Canvas (CCP’s online learning management system) and how to best navigate online courses. For information on how to access your classes remotely, visit our guide for online learning or check out these additional resources.
If you have Orientation questions, contact the Division of Student Development at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you need to request special accommodations due to a documented disability, contact the Center on Disability at email@example.com. The time will come when we join together again as a campus community. Until then, know that you still have a community of people behind you working every day to help you find your success here with us.
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- Advisors assist brand NEW incoming students to the College
- Continuing students in good academic standing, who are NOT on academic probation
- Develop an education plan that leads to the timely completion of your educational goals
- Clarify degree and certificate program requirements
- Clarify various policies and procedures here at the College
- Same day and pre-scheduled appointments available
If you ever feel overwhelmed, stop in for support.
- Counselors assist new transfer students, students returning (readmit) after an absence of several years and students on academic probation
- Drop-in and appointment hours available
- Career, transfer and personal counseling
- Help with drop/add classes and withdrawal
A large selection of resources and services to ensure your success as a student.
- See if you qualify for state/federal benefits
- Tax prep and filing
- Legal and immigration consultations
- Financial counseling and referral services
- FYE course students must complete self-screening profile.
We'll help you with research questions and provide you with the skills to utilize a wide range of resources to support your studies
- Computers and wireless access
- Scanners and photocopiers
- Personal and group study spaces
- Online access to books, articles and databases
Dedicated to helping students stay free of drugs and alcohol while simultaneously pursuing a college education.
- Weekly peer-to-peer group support and recovery meetings
- Weekly individual coaching sessions with graduates of the College's Behavioral Health/Human Services program
- Structured activities at the College and off campus
Serving our active duty and veteran military community and their families
- Help with Veterans Affairs laws, regulations and College policies
- Colonial Colleagues, an online community for student veterans
- Peer group discussions and the student veterans club
Take advantage of tutoring support to get, and stay, ahead of your work.
- Work with faculty specialists or peer tutors (i.e., students who’ve passed the same courses you're taking)
- Participate in group or individualized sessions — you decide
- Get tips for scheduling and prepping for your appointment
- Computer workstations with up-to-date software and printing capabilities
- On-site helpers and aides to assist with student needs
- A productive environment in which to complete coursework