Modoc Hall 207
Office hours for Spring 2014
and by appointment
Please email (firstname.lastname@example.org) to set up an appointment
Class and Office Hours schedule
General Advising Information:
I do not do advising via
email or over the phone.
The following information
should be helpful in getting you ready for your earliest registration time.
“My Log-In” button (top right corner of page)
“Student and Staff Online Services” (login to your COCC Bobcat Student Account)
“Student Services & Financial Aid”
“Can I Register for Credit Classes?”
the term for which you are preparing and select “Submit”
I will not respond to you if you email me and ask me if we need to meet.
the term you are planning to register for and it
will show you any requirements that have to be met before you can register, and
it will also tell you your registration time (based on the number of credits you
have completed). If this page says your advising requirement is met “UNTIL Fall”, that means you can’t register for Fall until you meet with your advisor.
Please don’t wait until the week of registration for this, as I have a limited
amount of time each week (and 100 advisees!). If you want to participate in
priority registration you should plan to do your advising sooner rather than
Write down your proposed schedule and bring it with you when we meet.
To meet with me:
- Make an appointment with me during my office hours (listed above)
- If those times don't work, email me to make arrangements for a different time (begin by checking my schedule to see when I am in class)
order to take HS 161 Ethics, HS 162 Helping Skills 1 and HS 208 Multicultural
Issues you must complete: Writing 121, 122, or 227; Math 31 or higher; AND HS
100 Introduction to Human Services (BEFORE you are able to enroll.)
Orientation to Human Services
is an introduction to the human services profession. The goal of this course
is to help students evaluate their fit within the Addictions Studies/ Human
Services field. Emphasis is on self-understanding and
individual compatibility with human services occupations.
Credit: 1 Lecture: 1
Safe Zones are confidential and safe
environments for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ)
individuals. The Safe Zone symbol displayed around the campus identifies
individuals who are compassionate, understanding, and committed to helping
create an open and accepting environment for all on the COCC and OSU-Cascades
campuses. Safe Zone volunteers can be identified on campus by the Safe
Zone logo posted on or near an office door. For more information and a list of
volunteers, see the Safe Zone web page at http://www.cocc.edu/multicultural/safe-zone-training/