All prospective students are strongly encouraged to attend a program information meeting. This will give you the opportunity to learn many details about the program and ask questions specific to your situation.
When. The following are the dates for the upcoming 2015 information meetings. The main meeting lasts about one and a half hours. You do not need to pre-register. Please make all attempts to be on time because the meeting goes quickly and covers a lot of information.
|Apr. 24, 2015 – Counselor Available||2:00 pm|
|May 21, 2015 – Counselor Available||3:00 pm|
|June 2015||No Meeting|
|July 2015||No Meeting|
|Aug. 27, 2015||3:00 pm|
|Sept. 22, 2015||4:00 pm|
|Oct. 29, 2015||3:00 pm|
|Nov. 23, 2015||4:00 pm|
|Dec. 11, 2015||2:00 pm|
Where. Meetings are held on the Sacramento City College main campus, in Mohr Hall. The specific meeting room number will be posted on the door as you enter the building. Please note that Mohr Hall is on the opposite side of campus from student parking, so please add extra time to find your way. Here is the campus map.
Transcript review. During the months of February through May, 2015, a counselor will be available for a brief transcript review. To submit your unofficial transcripts, you must be present at the beginning of the meeting.
For a full educational planning session, you will need to meet with a general counselor. To maximize your time during this meeting, it is best to have attended a program information session. In addition, it is recommended to have completed your assessments for reading, writing, and math competencies if you have not already met these through course work or degrees you have completed.
For educational planning sessions with a counselor, you will need to make an appointment. While any counselor should be able to help you, Angelia Jovanovic is the counseling liaison for allied health programs. Please do not contact her directly. For information about scheduling appointments, hours, etc., refer to the Sacramento City College counseling webpage.
OTA 100 – Introduction to Occupational Therapy. This course is an introduction to the practice and profession of occupational therapy. It is not a substitute for a program information meeting. Logistics for entering the program and related requirements are not addressed as part of this class.