Student Opportunities for Success (S.O.S) Workshop Series
Substance Abuse Prevention
The Counseling Department offers students a variety of courses to help them address educational, personal, social, and career decisions. Personal Management skill are essential for success in developing and maintaining a career, as well as relationships. The courses are one to three credits.
Opportunities to develop skills for success and get the most out of the college experience.
AAA150 Strategies for College Success
CPD150 Strategies for College Success
Opportunities to develop skill in making career decisions and taking the steps to reach you goals.
CPD102AB Career Exploration
CPD103BA Women in Transition
CPD103B Men in Transition
CPD282 Volunteer Service Learning Experience
CWE198 Career/Work Experience
Opportunities to develop skills to enrich a career work and personal relationships.
CPD102AH Stress Management
CPD102AD Eliminating Self Defeating Behaviors
CPD160 Introduction to Multiculturalism
CPD103 Cultural Pride and Awareness:
Focuses on Chicanos/Latinos, African Americans, Native Americans, Senior Adults and Veterans.