• Welcome to our First-Year Experience Program

    Learn how to be successful in college with this fun,  free two-class course

    If you're new to college, have ever struggled academically or want to gain confidence in your study skills, First-Year Experience is just the thing you need to succeed.

    Students who take part in college success programs like this are known to get better grades, become experts on campus resources and build their own community for support and social events.

    If you're enrolling in these classes, First-Year Experience is designed to help take you to the next level and prepare you for your future: 

    • Math 20 or 60
    • Reading 80 or 90
    • Writing 80 or 90

    The skills gained in this course can help you:

    • Earn better grades
    • Graduate or transfer on time
    • Gain confidence
    • Learn campus resources
    • Set goals and plan your future

    Start your college career right with First-Year Experience. Register for both HD120 (College Success) and El 103 (Study Skills) for Fall 2014. For more information, contact Tawnya Stauffer Dexter at 503-594-3428 or tawnyas@clackamas.edu.

  • Contact our First Year Experience Program

    Oregon City - 19600 Molalla Avenue, Oregon City, Oregon 97045

    Call us: 503-594-3428

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