New Student Orientation for Spring Semester 2021 is Full
But don't worry! If you are a new student starting in Spring 2021, the orientation team is ready to help you register for your classes and learn about the resources Columbus State has to help you be successful. Please follow the link below and follow the instructions to complete the New Student Workshop and start your Columbus State journey the right way.
If you have questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you a recent high school graduate (2019 or 2020) who is planning to attend Columbus State in Spring 2021?
Welcome to Columbus State Community College! We are excited you have decided to join us for part of your journey. As a new Cougar, your next step is to attend a New Student Program. The New Student Orientation program is designed to help ease the transition from high school to college as well as prepare parents and families for their student's new journey. Orientation provides students and families with information on the services and opportunities Columbus State has to offer. In addition, students will participate in a group advising session and register for their first semester of classes. Please complete the first 4 steps of the Pre-Orientation Checklist and check your CSCC student email for your invitation.
Spread the News
Share your first steps at Columbus State with your family members and celebrate your accomplishment! Tag yourself on your favorite social media site with #CState2021
Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @cscc_nsp
What is Orientation?
New Student Orientation at Columbus State Community College equips students with the tools necessary to achieve their goals. Through orientation, students experience first term advising, proactive financial aid education, and exposure to campus resources. Additionally, orientation is a great place to make new friends! Students will leave orientation feeling a connection to the Columbus State community and prepared to begin their academic journey.
Students who attend orientation will:
- Make valuable connections with peers, student leaders, and campus staff.
- Discover Columbus State's academic and personal support services.
- Learn how to register for classes and leave with their first semester schedule.
- Learn how to manage the responsibilities of college (e.g., academic expectations, financial obligations, personal development).
- Explore opportunities to get involved in student clubs and organizations.
- Become energized and excited about being a Columbus State Cougar!
The First4Weeks initiative at Columbus State uses research-based tips and strategies to help students get a great start to each semester. Find out more at cscc.edu/first4weeks.