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Daley College New Student Orientation--2018

Monday

Jul 16, 2018 – 9:30 AM

(on various days)

7500 South Pulaski Road
Chicago, IL 60652 Map

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2018-- Monday, 5/14, 9:30am-11:30am, #2407 Tuesday, 5/15, 1:00pm-3:00pm, #2407   Forthcoming dates: Rooms subject to change, 1408 is default. Monday 6/18/18 @ 9:30am-Noon Monday 6/25/18 @ 1pm-3:30pm Monday 7/2/18 @ 9:30am-Noon Wednesday 7/11/18 @ 1pm-3:30pm Monday 7/16/18 @ 9:30am-Noon Wednesday 7/25/18 @ 1pm-3:30pm Monday 7/30/18 @ 9:30am-Noon Wednesday 8/8/18 @ 1pm-3:30pm Monday 8/13/18 @ 9:30am-Noon Wednesday 8/22/18 @ 1pm-3:30pm   As a new student, we want to do all we can to help get you started on your path to success.   New Student Orientation providesan introduction to Daley College and its academic programs, policies, graduation requirements, student support services and student clubs, groups, and organizations. During the session, students will also discuss their educational and career goals, meet other new students and register for courses. Prior to attending New Student Orientation: Complete the online admission application Retrieve your Student ID number after submitting your application, and bring it with you to Orientation Complete activities in your New Student Portal, including online placement** Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) using Daley College’s school code: 001649 ** After June 11, 2018, you MUST take the placement test on campus. It will not be available online after 6/11/2018. Please bring with you: A valid piece of identifcation to verify your residency Earbuds for navigation of the New Student Portal SPECIAL NOTES Determine if you need to attend an Orientation Presentations can be waived for students transferring in more than 15 college credits from an accredited college/university; official college transcripts must be submitted to the Registrar’s Office Determine if you need to take the CCC Placement Exam Students with a “C” or better in college level English and Math may be exempt from the placement exam; official transcripts must be submitted to the Registrar’s Office Students with ACT scores less than 2 years and with a score of 21 English; 21 Math;  or higher will be exempt from the placement exam; proof of official ACT scores must be submitted to the Office of Admissions. For students taking the Placement Test after June 11, 2018: Testing Hours are M-Th, 9am to 5pm, Wednesdays 9am to 8pm. Fridays by appointment only. 

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