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Think About It
Take the online course that helps students understand how to navigate the risks related to alcohol and other drug use, sexual violence, and unhealthy relationships.
All entering students are required to complete the online Think About It course before fall classes begin. This program is an intensive examination on your personal habits, in addition to providing tips on how to party smart, establish healthy relationships, and deal with others who are disruptive or in danger.
Remember to check your lclark e-mail address the last week of July for directions on how to access Think About It!
Contact Melissa Osmond at email@example.com or 503-768-7112 if you have questions about the course.
Later this summer, you will receive instructions to complete a StrengthsQuest Assessment that will help you identify some of natural talents. During New Student Orientation, various staff and faculty will lead a workshop to help you better understand these strengths and learn how to use them to your advantage in college and beyond. If you’re interested in learning more about your strengths, skills, and interests and how to use them to your advantage? The Career Center can help you further understand your StrengthQuest results and use other valuable self-assessments to help you find more about yourself to narrow down occupational interests into manageable research categories.