do I get copies made?
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Where do I get keys?
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My computer is acting funny.
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How do I get my phone messages?
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many Questions; who do you call?
Actually, if you are a newly-hired faculty member, or even a seasoned adjunct who has just been hired full-time, you simply attend the COC New Faculty Orientation, given during Flex Week each semester.
Faculty Orientation is designed to give new teachers a “feel” for how things are done
at COC. Presenters from Admissions/Records, The Academic Senate, HR, and other
campus programs and departments help the newcomers become acclimated to our
college and its systems.
addition to the “nuts and bolts,” New Faculty Orientation
presentations address issues within the teaching profession, on topics
generated from the new faculty. These discussions are often continued during the
semester by having lunch-hour “Table-Top” discussions allowing
everyone to share ideas and practices about our chosen profession.
faculty members are also given the opportunity to take advantage of COC’s
Faculty Mentoring Program. Each faculty member wishing to
participate in the Mentoring Program will be matched with
a more experienced colleague, who will guide him or her through the their
first year at COC.
Mentoring Program was
instituted formally in the
2001-2002 school year. Fourteen faculty members participated, and the program is
off to a promising start.
information about the New
Faculty Orientation/Mentoring Program at COC, call or email:
Fred D’Astoli, Coordinator