New Student Orientation

Be prepared for your first semester

 

Orientation sessions provide new students with more information about the college's programs and policies. These sessions are for students who have an application for admission on file and have met the admission requirements.

Orientation activities include:

  • Campus Tour
  • Overview of Student Services
  • Paying for College/Financial Aid Opportunities
  • How to Get Involved
  • Academic Success Information

High School Senior and Recent High School Graduate Orientations also include an Academic Advising Workshop, one-on-one time with an academic advisor, and assistance in selecting and registering for academic classes.

Before registering:

  • Haven't applied to CLC? — Apply Now
  • Create myLogin, your CLC student login.
  • Submit academic proficiency materials to the Admissions Office
    ACT/SAT scores, CLC Placement Test Scores, High School Transcript or GED.
    If you need to verify that the College has received your application materials,
    please contact the office of Admissions and Records.

Register to attend:

  • Registration for Summer/Fall Orientation is typically available April-August.
  • Registration for Spring Orientation is typically available November-January.

Please note the options below, and select an Orientation that best meets your needs.

High School Seniors

High School Student

Current High School Seniors who plan to earn an associate degree or certificate or transfer from CLC to a four-year institution must receive academic advising through the New Student Orientation program before registering for classes. Attending one of the sessions is a convenient way to learn about the college, and prepare for your first semester at CLC.

Register for a High School Senior New Student Orientation

 

Recent High School Graduates
(graduated from high school within last 2 years, and are not transferring in from another college or university)

High School Graduate

Recent high school graduates who plan to earn an associate degree or certificate or transfer from CLC to a four-year institution must receive academic advising through the New Student Orientation program before registering for classes. Attending one of the sessions is a convenient way to learn about the college, and prepare for your first semester at CLC.

Register for a Recent High School Graduate New Student Orientation

 

Transfer Students
(students transferring to CLC from another college or university)

Transfer Student

Students Transferring to CLC from another college or university are not required to receive academic advising through the New Student Orientation program before registering for classes. Instead, you should meet with a Counselor in the Counseling, Advising and Transfer Center in order to prepare for your first semester at CLC. Be sure to bring copies of transcripts from all other colleges and universities you have attended with you to your meeting.

 

Adult Students

Adult Student

Adult Students are not required to receive academic advising through the New Student Orientation program before registering for classes. Adult Information Meetings provide information about getting started at CLC, financial aid/scholarships, and an overview of academic programs and available resources to assist students in determining if CLC will fit their educational goals.

Register for an Adult Information Meeting

 

Military/Veteran Students

Military/Veterans

Military/Veteran Students are not required to receive academic advising through the New Student Orientation program before registering for classes. However, attending one of the sessions is a convenient way to learn about the college, and prepare for your first semester at CLC. These sessions include information about financial aid, military benefits, and transferring military credits.

Register for a Military/Veteran Student Orientation

 

International Students

International Student

International Students studying at CLC will receive a specially designed orientation through the Center for International Education. A separate letter will be sent to you with details and information about your New International Student Orientation.

 

Parents

Parent

Would you like to take a part in helping your student reach their academic goals? If so, come find out how you can play a role in their success at the College of Lake County! This session will highlight Paying for College and Financial Aid, Student Support Services, Academic and Student Life, an Open Forum for Questions, and Opportunities Available at CLC for You.

Register to attend Parent's Day

 
 
 
 

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