Priority Advisement Workshop

Mandatory Priority Advisement Workshop

In an effort to improve student success, college students taking all three placement tests are required to attend a mandatory Priority Advisement Workshop (PAW) following testing. 
This session will be your advisement session to help you prepare for your first semester of classes.  You will not need to meet with another advisor once this session is completed. 
 

During the PAW session, an advisor will show students how to interpret their test scores, how to create a first semester schedule, and how to use the student center to enroll in classes.

Students have 2 different PAW types to choose from:

In-person PAW:  Advisor presents the workshop in person to students.  Sign in at KOM B Welcome Center before workshop begins.  Group will be escorted to Outreach Center.

Online PAW:  Students walk in during the PAW lab hours and complete the self-paced online tutorial.  An advisor/facilitator will be available to answer questions.  Held in Southwest Skill Center computer commons area.

 

FALL 2016 PAW Workshop Schedule

October 10 – December 15, 2016

Days

PAW Type

Times

Location

Monday

Online tutorial:

walk in during lab hours

12:00pm-4:00pm

(takes @ 1 hour)

Southwest Skill Center

computer commons

Tuesday

In-person workshop

10:00am -12:00pm

(must attend entire session)

Sign in at Kom B Welcome Center beginning 30 minutes prior to start time

Wednesday

In-person workshop

3:00pm-5:00pm

(must attend entire session)

Sign in at Kom B Welcome Center beginning 30 minutes prior to start time

Thursday

Online tutorial:

walk in during lab hours

12:00pm-4:00pm

(takes @ 1 hour)

Southwest Skill Center

computer commons

*Sign up at the Welcome Center for the in-person session when you arrive. Space is limited, and sessions fill quickly.  Please note: you may need to choose an alternate time if the session is full.

 

*Please bring your completed test scores, MEID and password (If you need to reset your password please visit Information Commons), student ID number, social security number, a valid photo ID, and a pen or pencil to take notes.  (For the in-person PAW sessions, if you are more than 10 minutes late, or if the workshop is full, you will need to attend another session.  Seating is limited, so please show up early. Children are not permitted in the PAW sessions and should not be left in the Welcome Center lobby unsupervised.)