Academic Standing Workshops
If you are on academic or progress probation or academic or progress subject-to-dismissal status, you need to complete an academic standing workshop to clear your registration hold:
Upgrade Probation and Academic CPR Workshops are available throughout the academic year. Academic standing notices are sent to the student in June for the spring semester and December for the fall semester of each year.
There are no waitlists for workshops and it is the responsibility of the student to sign-up for a workshop (online, in person or by phone). Students may sign-up for a workshop three weeks in advance of the workshop date.
Canyon Country Campus
To learn more about academic standing, please visit the academic standing website here.
My Academic Plan (MAP) Workshop
College of the Canyons has made MAP, My Academic Plan, availabe to students during the spring 2016 semester. MAP is an online education planning tool to help students plan their semesters. This hour-long workshop will teach you how to use MAP to determine your remaining classes and build a timeline to reach your educational goal. You will also learn how to use MAP to build your next-semester schedule and register for classes.
Come learn how to use this easy and convenient planning tool--click the MAP link on the right to find available workshops.
My Majors Workshop
MY MAJORS is a series of workshops surrounding careers associated with a variety of majors offered at College of the Canyons. Do you love history, social science, philosophy, or communications studies but have no idea what careers are associated with these majors or the salary you could earn? A Career Counselor will present fifteen different majors to help you make an informed decision about your major and ultimately a career choice. All workshops are held on the Valencia campus, last one hour, and are held in Canyons Hall 211. No RSVP necessary, walk-ins welcome, bring a friend.
How to Choose a Major Workshops
Are you undecided, have too many interests, or need help narrowing down a major that will set your career path? If you answered yes then we can help. Workshops lead by a Career Counselor, you will be given the tools and guidance to narrow your focus to select a major. All workshops are held on the Valencia campus, lasting 1.5 hours.
Adult Reentry Information Session
This workshop welcomes adult students, 28 years of age or older, back to college after taking a break from their education. If you need assistance transitioning back to school, knowledge about counseling services and college resources, how to make career and educational choices, and an interactive format with counselors and adults like you, attend this information session.