- New Student Orientation
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Accelerated Start New Student Orientation will be held on Wednesday, September 16, 2015, from 5:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. at our Center City Extension Site, 433 State Street (across from Proctors), on the second floor.
New Student Programs facilitates the transition of new students by encouraging the exploration of opportunities, supporting connections to campus resources, promoting a sense of pride in the College and partnering with parents and families.
Orientation: New Student Orientation is designed to help students as they transition to the social, cultural and academic aspects of the college. We partner with family members during this exciting time in their student's life to assist them in understanding the experience their students are embarking upon. Entering a new community of scholars can be stressful and we're excited to connect students with resources that will aid in their success at SCCC.
To help you reach your goals and achieve success in the SCCC community, your Academic Advisor, student college ambassador, and many other College representatives are excited to welcome and guide you during your Orientation program.
During Orientation, you will:
- Receive academic information that will assist you at the start of classes.
- Attend informational meetings to learn about academic and co-curricular life, personal and property safety, and how to be successful academically at SCCC.
- Become familiar with classrooms and facilities.
- Receive your SCCC student ID.
- Meet new classmates, faculty and staff.
- Have the opportunity to connect with a student College Ambassador and learn what it means to be a member of the SCCC Royal’s Family!
Welcome to SCCC!
Admissions, Academic Advisement and Counseling, ADA Transition Services, Athletics, Campus Life & Safety, Career & Employment Services, Educational Opportunity Program & Multicultural Affairs, Financial Aid, Liberty Partnerships Programs, Student Activities, Student Government Association, SUNY Career and Counseling Center, Schenectady Smart Scholars Early College High School, and YOU!
* Services available through other departments on-campus.
Clubs and Organizations, * Learning Center, * Math Lab, Non-Traditional Students, Returning Adult Students, Off-Campus Housing, Student Activities, Student Code of Conduct, Student Notification, * Tutor Services, * TRIO Program
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