TC3 offers a variety of Student Success Workshops and Special Population Orientations during New Student Orientation. These optional workshops are a great way to get connected on campus and to meet fellow students, all while learning more about campus. These sessions are offered Wednesday, January 23 in the afternoon at 1:45 p.m. Please choose the session you feel would benefit you the most.
Wednesday, January 23 1:45-2:45 p.m.
ALANA Student Orientation
This social is open to all ALANA students (African, Latino, Asian, and Native American) as well as the rest of the campus community. Come to learn more about the Office of Multicultural Services and meet the Peer Network Mentors. This session will meet in Room 280B.
Honors College Orientation
Learn about TC3's Honors College, find out more about how to earn an Honors distinction on your TC3 diploma, and meet the Honors College director. This session will meet in Room 280E.
Come to this hands-on tour to explore the Baker Commons, learn about all the Library resources available to students, find out more about how to navigate the Library, and meet the Library staff. This session will meet at the Second Floor Service Desk in the Baker Commons.
Online Course Orientation
Learn how to successfully navigate your online or web-enhanced courses in this hands-on session in our computer lab where we will show you how to use myWEB COURSES. This session will meet in the Baker Commons Classroom (Second Floor).
Service Tradition Scholar Orientation
If you are a Service Tradition Scholarship recipient, come to this session to learn more about the program and meet the program coordinators, advisor, and your fellow scholars. Excludes one-time Book Award recipients. This session will take place in the Sprole Conference Room (Room 204).
LGBTQA Student Orientation
This social is open to all LGBTQA students (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer/Questioning, and Allies) as well as the rest of the campus community. Come to learn more about the TC3 Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA) and meet current TC3 students and the GSA advisors. This session will meet in Room 280C.
Student Employment Opportunities
Do you want to find a job on campus? Come to this session to learn more about work-study and non work-study job opportunities at TC3 and explore TC3's new online job search tools through myTC3. This session will take place in Room 280A.
All students who have SYNERGY on their fall schedule should attend this session. If you are not already signed up but are taking ENGL099, MATH090/095, or RDNG099 and would like to learn more about how SYNERGY can help you be successful in these courses, please attend. Take this opportunity to tour the SYNERGY space, meet the SYNERGY faculty and other SYNERGY students, and learn about this great resource! This session will take place in Baker Commons Atrium (First Floor).
Veteran Student Orientation
Have you served in the Armed Forces and are now coming to school? Come to this session to get connected with other veteran students and with the veteran's benefits coordinator. This session will take place in Room 227.
Tuesday, January 22 2:00-5:00 p.m.
International Student Orientation
All new International Students are required to come to this session. New students will learn more about TC3 and American culture from current International students. During this orientation you will have the opportunity to meet fellow international students and connect with the staff from Global Initiatives. This session will take place in Room 280E.
Wednesday, January 23 12:30-1:30 p.m.
Students with Disabilities Orientation
Did you have a 504 plan or an IEP in high school? Learn more about navigating TC3 as a student with a disability (no more "special education")! Things are very different from high school and this is your opportunity to make connections that can assist you in creating your own success at TC3. Lunch will be provided during this session. This session will meet in the Baker Commons Classroom (Second Floor).
Get Involved! Fair
Wednesday, January 30, 2013, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m., Student Center
There’s so much more to college life than just the classroom. Being involved in a student club or organization can provide you with skills that you will use throughout your life. Group decision making, compromise, listening, budgeting and finance, how to organize and conduct meetings, promoting and publicizing events are just a few of the opportunities available to you when you choose to get involved. Think your schedule is too busy or you don’t have time? That's not an excuse! Take the time and make the choice to get involved; we guarantee it will be rewarding learning experience!
Representatives from special interest clubs and organizations, student government, athletics, recreation sports, and the programming board will all be available to discuss their organizations. If you don’t find what you like, find out how you can start a new club. This program is all about opportunities and is sponsored by Student Activities, Student Advisory Board and Orientation – be there!
Accounting & Business Association - Active Minds - Alpha Omega Christian Fellowship - College Entertainment Board - Drama Club - Early Childhood Education Club - Gay Straight Alliance - Hotel Restaurant Association - International and Multicultural Connections Club - Media Club - Nurses’ Association - Outdoor Adventure Club - Otaku Cafe - Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society - Sports Management Club - S.A.G.E. (Students Acting for a Greener Earth) - Student Advisory Board (SAB) - Writer’s Guild
Do you know how to use myTC3to access and print your schedule and grades, update your records, register online, access your web courses as well as lots of other great stuff? Visit the Technology Learning & Services Center (room 258), second floor of the Dr. Lucille S. Baker Commons.