New Student Advising Welcome to Clackamas Community College! Get answers and register for your classes at a New Student Advising Session (NSA). In these 2-hour sessions we will help you get acquainted with the College and select your first term courses. Our NSA’s are broken down into degree-specific sessions. Please click on the session below you are interested in, then sign up a session that is right for you. (these words link to http://www2.clackamas.edu/nsa/calendar.aspx but I would rather we bring it along to the new NSA page and insert on the bottom making one page instead of two. Can we do this? ) If we insert the calendar, below the calendar it can read: *If the session that it most convenient for you is full, you may wish to arrive 20-30 minutes early and be put on the waitlist. We do our best to accommodate walk-ins, and space depends on the number of students who do not show for their chosen time. Transfer DegreesCCC offers two degrees that are designed for students wanting to transfer on to four-year public universities in Oregon with the goal of eventually achieving a Bachelor’s degree. The Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer (AAOT) is a flexible option that can be tailored to a variety of majors. The Associate of Science Oregon Transfer – Business (ASOT-Business) is designed for students planning to apply to the school of business at the universities. Career/Technical Degrees & CertificatesCCC offers both certificates and two-year degrees designed to increase job readiness and employment potential. Examples of our one-year certificates: Accounting Clerk, Computer Support Specialist, Corrections, Human Services Generalist and Welding Technology. Examples of our two-year degrees: Automotive Service Technology, Criminal Justice, Early Childhood Education & Family Studies, Manufacturing Technology and Nursing. A complete list of these Certificates and Degrees can be found in our Catalog. UndecidedWith so many options, CCC advisors encourage students who are unsure of what classes to take and what degree to declare to come to this NSA for an opportunity to learn more and with our help determine which program or classes are right for you. Over 2 hours, we will cover: Your educational goals and what is motivating you to return to school at this time Any potential roadblocks that may exist Things that are important to you when making a decision to return to school (example: qualifying for our programs, class format, curriculum, tuition schedules, payment options, program application) CCC Resources, Degree Requirements, Registration, and much more! What to bring: Your Student ID number. Don't have one? Apply online now.. It will take about 48 hours to generate a student ID number. Your placement test scores. Please visit the Testing Center for more information about placement testing and SAT/ACT conversions (scores must be at least 470 or higher for Critical Reading and 450 or higher for Math). Pens and/or pencils -- something to take notes with -- as you will be creating your schedule and will need to write down course information. A laptop if you have one. Notes: If you have graded college credit in writing and math, please consult with an advisor prior to attending a session. Have CCC credit through your High School? Get a copy of your unofficial transcript from myClackamas or Enrollment Services (located in Rook Hall) prior to attending a session.