Save the date!
Incoming freshman, transfer, returning, and international NCOD students are invited to the 3-day NCOD Orientation!
It will be taking place on August 21-23rd, 2017, at NCOD.
If you are an incoming new CSUN NCOD student, please complete this form: https://app.smartsheet.com/b/form?EQBCT=7c06b12fe328477295826661ce91813e
More information will be emailed to your CSUN email. If you have more questions about NCOD Orientation, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The National Center on Deafness (NCOD) student orientation facilitates the integration of new and transfer students who are deaf or hard of hearing into the academic, cultural, emotional and social climate of CSUN. The NCOD student orientation is a week-long program facilitated at the end of August before the fall semester begins. It familiarizes students with the programs and services that will aid in communication during their time at CSUN. During the orientation, new students will participate in getting-to-know-each-other activities and informative workshops with topics ranging from academic issues to safety on campus. On the first day of orientation, parents are invited to participate in workshops, meet other parents and get to know the staff at NCOD.
Workshop topics include:
- Deaf CSUNians
- Deaf Culture
- Diversity and your identity
- Communication access services
- Campus resource hunt
- College 101 crash course
- Public safety
- Student learning program tutoring/mentoring