Basic Skills

GED & Adult General Education
Orientation Schedule for New Students
FALL TERM 2014

You must attend the 2-session orientation listed below before enrolling in any GED/Adult General Education class.

NEWPORT AFTERNOON CLASS ORIENTATON

1:00 - 3:50 pm    Room 25

                                     Tuesday & Thursday, September 23 & 25

                                                                 or

                                       Tuesday & Thursday, October 28 & 30

       NEWPORT EVENING CLASS ORIENTATION

                         5:30 -  8:20 pm     Room 25

      Monday & Wednesday, September 22 & 24 

                                       or

       Monday & Wednesday, October 27 & 29

 


 

  LINCOLN CITY MORNING CLASS ORIENTATION

                  9:00 am - 12:00 noon   Room 123

       Tuesday & Thursday, September 23 & 25

                                       or

          Tuesday & Thursday, October 28 & 30

LINCOLN CITY EVENING CLASS ORIENTATION\

                    5:00 - 8:00 pm    Room 123

     Tuesday & Thursday, September 23 & 25

                                       or

        Tuesday & Thursday, October 28 & 30

 

 

TWO SESSIONS of orientation
 are required for registration

Go to GED Testing for more  testing Information


Click Here for the GED Class Schedule

ABE/ASE/GED

ESOL

Tutoring

Current Classes

The Basic Skills Department prepares students for college study, employment, the GED Test, and provides English instruction to non-native speakers. Reading, writing, math and study skills are taught through a variety of means by dedicated and caring faculty.

Pre-college students have the opportunity to improve or brush-up their skills up to the standard required by their chosen course of study or occupation.

Adults without a high school diploma can prepare for the GED Test.

College students have the possibility of improving their skills in specific areas needing remediation through our tutoring center.

Students with mother-tongues other than English can improve their English skills (ESOL).

Upon entering any class in the department, students are given a placement test and are able to set goals and focus attention on needed skills. There is a strong commitment to finding the best way for each individual to learn most effectively. Those who have been out of school for some time find a welcoming and encouraging environment in which to start studying again.

To contact us:

Roberta Green, Instructional Assistant, 541-867-8535, roberta.green@occc.cc.or.us

Patricia DiGiulio, GED/Adult General Education Instructor, Newport, 541-867-8557, pdigiulio@occc.cc.or.us

Julie Reynolds-Otrugman, GED/Adult General Education Instructor, Lincoln City, 541-996-6222, ext 211, jotrugman@occc.cc.or.us

Jody Becker, Tutor Coordinator, 541-867-8502, tutoring.center@occc.cc.or.us

Will Quillian  ESOL Instructor, 541-867-8517, wquillian@ occc.cc.or.us

   
   
   
   

 

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