Basic Skills

GED & Adult General Education
Orientation Schedule for New Students
SPRING TERM 2015

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

                               Monday & Wednesday,  March 30 & April 1

                                                                 or

                              Monday & Wednesday, April 27 & April 29

       NEWPORT EVENING CLASS ORIENTATION

                         5:30 -  8:20 pm     Room 25

      Monday & Wednesday, March 30  & April1

                                       or

       Monday & Wednesday, April 27 & April 29

 


 

  LINCOLN CITY MORNING CLASS ORIENTATION

                  9:00 am - 12:00 noon   Room 124
 

         Tuesday & Thursday, March 31 & April 2 

                                       or

          Tuesday & Thursday, April 28 & April 30

LINCOLN CITY EVENING CLASS ORIENTATION\

                    5:00 - 8:00 pm    Room 124

       Tuesday & Thursday, March 31 & April 2 

                                       or

        Tuesday & Thursday, April 28  & April 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 adult learners for college study, employment, and/or the GED Test. Reading, writing, math, critical thinking and general academic development are taught through a variety of means by dedicated and caring faculty.The program also welcomes pre-college students who want to improve or brush-up on skills to help them enter their chosen course of study or occupation. Note: Orientation is required before enrolling in GED & Adulut General Education Classes: Weeks 1 & 5 of each term-Week 1 of SummerTerm.

Non-native English students can improve their English skills and learn American culture in our ESOL classes.  Orientation is not requied for ESOL classes. ESOL students can enter ESOL classes at any time.

Upon entering any class in the department, students are given assessments 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.

JOIN OCCCs GED, ESOL, and Adult General Education Classes and ACHIEVE YOUR GOALS!
 

TO CONTACT US:                                                                                                                                           

Roberta Green, Basic Skils Intructional Assistant & General Information Contact                                                                                                                                         

(541) 867-8535 roberta.green@occc.cc.or.us   

                                                               

Megan Miller-Morgan,GED/Adult General Ed Instructor-Days                                                                               

(541) 867-8519 megan.miller-morgan@occc.cc.or.us

 

Patricia DiGiulio, GED/Adult General Ed Instructor-Nights                                                                                   

(541) 867-8557 or pdigiulio@occc.cc.or.us

 

Julie Reynolds-Otrugman, GED/Adult General Ed Instructor-Linc City                                                                  

(541) 996-6222, ext 211 jotrugman@occc.cc.or.us

 

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