This workshop is offered for students notified that they are "Subject to dismissal" because of academic difficulties. The Academic CPR Workshop is a 2 hour workshop. The counselors teach students a problem solving model and provide a positive environment in which to apply the problem solving steps to the students' academic concerns. Within 24 hours of attending the workshop, the hold on the students' registration is removed so that they can enroll in classes and continue their studies.
This 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.
This workshop is offered to help undeclared students explore their interests and gain a better understanding of the career decision-making process. Students participate in a hands-on activity to define their individual interests and understand how they relate to the world of work. The link between personal interests, majors, and possible career choices will be addressed. Students are introduced to online career resources to further research majors, careers, and the current labor market. The workshop will address how to choose classes for next semester and students will be given the opportunity to create a one semester educational plan. Students must bring an unofficial copy of their college transcript to the workshop. Unofficial transcripts are available through the Admissions & Records website and through My Canyons.
This workshop is offered to students notified that they are "Dismissed" from the college because of academic difficulties. The Intensive Workshop is a 4 hour workshop that provides students individual and group activities that address 2 domains: academic and personal. Within 24 hours of attending the workshop, the hold on the students' registration is removed so that they can enroll in classes and continue their studies. However, the students sign a contract for probationary reinstatement and must meet the provisions of the contract to continue enrollment.
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 3 hour workshop facilitated by a counselor and includes a campus tour. The student learning outcome for this workshop is a first semester education plan.