First-Semester Academic Probation UPGRADE Workshop
UPGRADE workshop is required of students at the end of their first semester
on Academic Probation. Counselors work with students to analyze past academic
performance and to strengthen individual commitment, motivation, and skill
sets. Students will leave with a realistic, personalized, action plan for the
next semester. First semester probation students must complete the UPGRADE
workshop to have their registration hold released.
Second-Semester Academic CPR Workshop
The 2-hour Academic CPR
workshop is required of students at the end of their second semester on
Academic Probation. The workshop counselor will concentrate on the different
strategies to use to pick classes, balance responsibilities, and take practical
steps to maintain enrollment at COC. The establishment of short and long
term goals is an important feature of the final action plan. Second semester probation students must
complete the Academic CPR workshop to have their registration hold released.
New Students Advisement Workshop
This workshop welcomes
new students to the college and teaches them what factors to consider
when planning their schedules to meet their academic goals. This is
a 2-hour workshop facilitated by a counselor. The student learning
outcome for this workshop is a first semester education plan.
This workshop is a mandatory matriculation step for summer and fall 2015 priority registration. Please see our New Student Checklist page for more details.
My Majors Workshop
MY MAJORS is a series of
workshops surrounding careers associated with a variety of majors
offered at College of the Canyons. Do you love history, social science,
philosophy, or communications studies but have no idea what careers are
associated with these majors or the salary you could earn? A Career
Counselor will present fifteen different majors to help you make an
informed decision about your major and ultimately a career choice. All
workshops are held on the Valencia campus, last one hour, and are held
in Canyons Hall 211. No RSVP necessary, walk-ins welcome, bring a
Adult Reentry Information SessionThis workshop welcomes adult students, 28 years of age or older, back to college after taking a break from their education. If you need assistance transitioning back to school, knowledge about counseling services and college resources, how to make career and educational choices, and an interactive format with counselors and adults like you, attend this information session.