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Workshops

During Navigate OCC, enjoy helpful workshops and student panels on navigating the college life academically, financially, personally, and professionally.


There are three sessions of workshops and panels: 10 AM, 1:15 PM, and 2:15 PM.


Helpful Guides


Session 1 Workshops

10:00 AM - 10:45 AM

​Workshops
​Location
​Academic Counseling for F-1 Students
This workshop is required for all F-1 International Students who are part of the Global Engagement Department.
​Robert B. Moore Theatre
​Campus Tour: Get to Know OCC
Take a campus tour to found out where your classes and important campus resources are located, all whil discovering the beauty of OCC.
​Tours will meet near the info booth
Hear from current students on how you can join or start a club/organization, get involved in student government and honor societies, and much more.
​MBCC 318
Hear from OCC Counselors on you can best support your student.
​MBCC 220
Many classes require knowledge of Canvas in order to access class information. This training will provide students with the technical skills needed to successfully access, navigate, and complete coursework in a class on Canvas.
​MBCC 218
This workshop will review the process students go through in order to access the $600,00+ in scholarships that are awarded annually, as well as help our Pirates' Network attendees understand how to support students by donating to the foundation.
​MBCC 320
Become financially literate through budgeting, FAFSA applications, student loans, basic money management, banking skills and other topics.
​Science Lecture Hall
Find out how to apply and maintain your eligibility as a Promise recipient and more.
​MBCC 164
OCC welcomes and supports ALL students regardless of immigration status. Come learn the resources available to you including access to resident tuition fees and financial aid.
​MBCC 163
This workshop focuses on time management, setting up a game plan for studying efficiently, and tips for being successful in your classes.
​Chemistry 214
​Transfer Opportunity Program (TOP)
Part 1: TOP requires a one-year commitment (fall and spring counseling classes) where students will improve study skills and explore various transfer options. To be eligible for TOP, students must have graduated high school in spring 2019 and have an interest in transferring to a four-year institution. The requirements, resources and support services offered are aimed to meet the needs of first-generation college students and/or students who feel they would benefit form them.
​MBCC 201


Session 2 Workshops

1:15 PM - 2:00 PM

Workshops
​Location
​Campus Tour: Get to Know OCC
Take a campus tour to found out where your classes and important campus resources are located, all while discovering the beauty of OCC.
​Tours will meet near the info booth
Get Involved: Student Life at OCC
Hear from current students on how you can join or start a club/organization, get involved in student government and honor societies, and much more.
​MBCC 318
Helping Your Student Succeed
Hear from OCC Counselors on you can best support your student.
​MBCC 220
​How to Maintain F-1 Status
This workshop is required for all F-1 International Students who are part of the Global Engagement Department.
​Giles T. Brown Forum
​How to Use Canvas
Many classes require knowledge of Canvas in order to access class information. This training will provide students with the technical skills needed to successfully access, navigate, and complete coursework in a class on Canvas.
​MBCC 218
OCC Foundation: From Donations to Scholarships
This workshop will review the process students go through in order to access the $600,00+ in scholarships that are awarded annually, as well as help our Pirates' Network attendees understand how to support students by donating to the foundation.
​MBCC 320
Paying for School: A Lesson on Financial Wellness
Become financially literate through budgeting, FAFSA applications, student loans, basic money management, banking skills and other topics.
​Science Lecture Hall
​Pirates' Promise: New Applicants & Maintaining Your Eligibility
Find out how to apply and maintain your eligibility as a Promise recipient and more.
​MBCC 164
​Resources for Undocumented Students
OCC welcomes and supports ALL students regardless of immigration status. Come learn the resources available to you including access to resident tuition fees and financial aid.
​MBCC 163
Study Skills & Time Management
This workshop focuses on time management, setting up a game plan for studying efficiently, and tips for being successful in your classes. 
​Chemistry 214

Transfer Opportunity Program (TOP)
Part 2: Orientation Session: Intended for students who attended TOP session #1. This session will provide students counseling and registration assistance into the required fall TOP section of Counseling A105. This session will provide students counseling and registration assistance into the required fall TOP section of Counseling A105. 

MBCC 201


Session 3 Workshops

2:15 PM - 3:00 PM

Workshops
​Location
​Campus Tour: Get to Know OCC
Take a campus tour to found out where your classes and important campus resources are located, all while discovering the beauty of OCC.
​Tours will meet near the info booth
Get Involved: Student Life at OCC
Hear from current students on how you can join or start a club/organization, get involved in student government and honor societies, and much more.
​MBCC 318
Helping Your Student Succeed
Hear from OCC Counselors on you can best support your student.
​MBCC 220
​How to Maintain F-1 Status
This workshop is required for all F-1 International Students who are part of the Global Engagement Department.
​Giles T. Brown Forum
​How to Use Canvas
Many classes require knowledge of Canvas in order to access class information. This training will provide students with the technical skills needed to successfully access, navigate, and complete coursework in a class on Canvas.
​MBCC 218
OCC Foundation: From Donations to Scholarships
This workshop will review the process students go through in order to access the $600,00+ in scholarships that are awarded annually, as well as help our Pirates' Network attendees understand how to support students by donating to the foundation.
​MBCC 320
Paying for School: A Lesson on Financial Wellness
Become financially literate through budgeting, FAFSA applications, student loans, basic money management, banking skills and other topics.
​Science Lecture Hall
​Pirates' Promise: New Applicants & Maintaining Your Eligibility
Find out how to apply and maintain your eligibility as a Promise recipient and more.
​MBCC 164
​Resources for Undocumented Students
OCC welcomes and supports ALL students regardless of immigration status. Come learn the resources available to you including access to resident tuition fees and financial aid.
​MBCC 163
Study Skills & Time Management
This workshop focuses on time management, setting up a game plan for studying efficiently, and tips for being successful in your classes.
​Chemistry 214