Moving from high school to college is a very big deal – It affects your whole life it lifts up all who get their degree!
How do you bridge the gap between graduating from high school and starting college?
Oregon Coast Community College’s Navigate Program will be offing a free summer course to assist incoming freshmen to further improve their skills and strengthen their college readiness by providing the tools needed to develop, manage and thrive in their first year of college. Academic resources, Campus Life, and Financial Literacy are just a few of the topics explored.
We will provide tips for success covering areas such as study groups and how they can improve study habits, test anxiety and ways to reduce stress, effective reading strategies and how to survive the pressure of finals week. Provide personal empowerment information focused on building a student’s mindset to maintain a positive outlook and disrupt negative self-reflection. Present tips on basic setup and structure of writing research papers.
Have more questions? Attend the virtual OCCC Open House April 26th and 27th beginning at 6:30 pm and going until 8:00 pm. There will be four sessions offered throughout the evening and seven rooms with different themes available allowing you to choose your own areas of interest and to pursue questions you may have regarding attending college.