The New Student Orientation program is designed to facilitate a smooth transition into the GCC community by educating students and their families on the academic and social opportunities and responsibilities expected at the institution.
- First step to a successful transition to the GCC community
- Meet other new students
- Acclimate you to new surroundings and resources
- Identify ways to become involved on campus
The New Student Orientation program provides you with an introduction to GCC and will give you an opportunity to develop your own conclusions and ideas.
While on campus, you will be able to become familiar with the campus through tours and walking your schedule as well as meet faculty, staff and other new students. All of this will help you feel more comfortable with your surroundings when classes begin.
Whether you'll be attending classes on campus or on-line, New Student Orientation will help ease your transition and put you on the path to a success at GCC!
College Village Orientation
Moving into College Village this Fall? As a resident student, you are required to attend the College Village Orientation Program.
Lunch will be provided at noon and the Orientation program will take place directly following. New students will move in on either Thursday, August 21, 2014 or Friday, August 22, 2014 between 8am-12pm.
Move-in will start in the Student Union promptly at 8am. Your move-in date is determined by your housing assignment, which you should receive in late July.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions regarding College Village Orientation.
Technical Orientation is highly recommended for all GCC students who are new to our Blackboard Learning System. This one hour webinar is available for you to attend in the convenience of your own home! If you can not attend the webinar, a recording is available.
Contact email@example.com with any questions regarding Technical Orientation.
Family and Friends
This is an exciting time in the life of your student and we recognize that family and friends play a crucial role in their success.
While your student is experiencing all that GCC has to offer, a separate but concurrent program will be presented to familiarize you with the campus community and its many resources as well as talk specifically about your role as a support for your student.