CTC new student orientation set for Friday
Special to Leader-Press
Central Texas College (CTC) will host a new student orientation on Friday, June 1 from
7:30 to11:30 a.m. in the Anderson Campus Center (Bldg. 156). All new students are encouraged to attend and learn about campus policies and procedures, available student services, campus clubs and organizations and general information to help them find their way around campus. The orientation is also open to returning students interested in learning more about student services at CTC.
The orientation opens with registration and a breakout session from 7:30 to 8:15 a.m. During this time, students will have the opportunity to meet and talk with representatives from various academic departments and student services including the library, Student Success and Persistence, the Academic Studio, Veterans’ Services, Disability Support Services, the Career Center, Financial Aid, Student Government and more.
After the breakout session, students will hear welcoming remarks from campus officials followed by brief overviews of academic and registration information including use of CTC’s WebAdvisor system and the online course Blackboard system. Students will also meet guidance counselors who will assist with academic advising, degree plan preparations, obtaining student ID cards and other services. They will then view a safety policy/procedures presentation from campus police officers, learn about free tutoring and other student success initiatives, receive information on campus clubs and organizations and a briefing on Title IX. The orientation ends with a campus tour and question/answer session.
The new student orientation is free for students and parents who can reserve a seat by registering online at http://bit.ly/Summer18NSO or by calling the CTC Student Life and Activities office at 254-526-1258.