College Preparation
COLLEGE ESSENTIALS: INTRODUCTION TO CLARK
COLL 101
2 Credits
22 hours of lecture
Introduction to Clark College for new students, focusing on making a successful transition to college life. Topics include goal setting, personal management skills, developing an academic plan, developing cultural competence and communication skills, financial literacy, and an introduction to student resources at the college.
CULTURAL AND ACADEMIC FUNDAMENTALS
COLL 111
2 Credits
22 hours of lecture
Cross-cultural training and orientation program for all new international students at Clark College whose first language is not English and who have little or no exposure to the American college environment. Emphasis on American cultural behaviors in educational settings, including guest speakers and an opportunity to visit college classes. This course is required of students who have been admitted as international students and who have not attended a college or university in the United States. Prerequisite: Admission to Clark College as an international student or consent of International Programs Office. Formerly HDEV 111. Cannot receive credit for both COLL 111 and HDEV 111.