Creating Opportunities for Diversity in Education (CODE)
Designed to support underrepresented minority and low-income students, CODE provides resources for every aspect of succeeding as a college student.
If you’re feeling a little hesitant about college, CODE is here to help. CODE taps into services across our campuses and the community to make sure new college students — and their families — get a great start at ECTC. Plus, CODE is a great way to connect with other students. You’ll be a part of cohort that supports each other throughout your time at ECTC.
CODE’s signature event, held each February for students who will attend ECTC the following fall, explores the basics like the college admissions process and affording college. Throughout the year, CODE provides a variety of workshops and always offers one-on-one support.
- Cracking the CODE Student Engagement
June 18, 2021, 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m., Learning Resource Center (LRC)
Join us to learn how to get engaged on ECTC’s Campus and why student engagement is so crucial to your future. A faculty and Phi Theta Kappa advisor will talk about opportunities within Phi Theta Kappa and opportunities to study abroad for a low cost. Pam Best will chat with you about options available with the First-Year Experience Club. Register today!
- Cracking the CODE to Student Success at ECTC
July 23, 2021, 12:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m., Learning Resource Center (LRC)
This is your chance to learn about services, faculty, staff, tools, tutoring, and resources that you can use to increase your chances of success at ECTC and beyond. CIT faculty member Kae Cooper will provide an overview of Blackboard. Shannon McCullough will introduce you to our free online assistance. Faculty member Katrina Eicher will show you how to communicate best with your instructors. Register today!
To learn more about CODE or upcoming events, contact Jersia Lamons at firstname.lastname@example.org or 270-706-8841.