Clackamas Community College

First Year Experience (FYE)

FYE-101  First Year Experience Level I  
2 credits, Fall/Winter/Spring  

This is the first course in a 3-course sequence designed to help students adjust to a new campus, connect with other students, understand college expectations and systems, and access services available through the college. The First Year Experience Level I course is designed to help students in developing relationships with students and faculty, and to build student behaviors for successfully completing classes and continuing college through to completion.

FYE-101ES  Experiencia de Primer Año (first Year Experience en español)  
2 credits, Fall  

Este es el primer curso en la serie de 3 clases diseñadas para ayudar a los estudiantes novatos o que inician apenas su trayectoria estudiantil, con el ajuste a un plantel nuevo, a conectar con otros alumnos, a entender las expectativas del sistema estudiantil, y a familiarizarse con la fuente de servicios al alcance del estudiante. First Year Experience (Experiencia de Primer Año) está diseñada para preparar a los estudiantes a entablar nexos entre estudiante y profesorado, y con el desarrollo de prácticas exitosas para concluir clases y continuar con el estudio hasta la culminación de metas académicas.

FYE-102  First Year Experience Level II  
1 credits, Fall/Winter/Spring  

This course is a second in the First Year Experience sequence offered to new CCC students. This course is designed for students who want to continue to delve in depth into future educational and career planning, financial aid and scholarships, applied study skills, and college and community resources.

Prerequisites: FYE-101  
FYE-103  First Year Experience Level III  
1 credits, Fall/Winter/Spring  

This is the third course in the First Year Experience sequence. This course is designed to help students prepare for their future, including transferring to another school or university, how to search for employment, becoming proficient in the use of test taking skills, and how to break large projects and assignments into more manageable pieces for successful completion.

Prerequisites: FYE-102