Finishing courses faster at COC

by Yvette Sanchez, Staff Writer 515 views0

Whether you’re looking to finish your English or Math courses sooner, or just enjoy a fast paced school environment then the PAL Program here at College of the Canyons is a great option to think about.

The PAL Program is an accelerated learning course that puts two sections of either Math or English into one semester. Both are divided into two eight week courses. The student is graded separately for each course, and at the end of the regular semester will have completed two courses.

The PAL Program does require a lot of time and dedication, not to mention lots of focus. When looking into the program one should consider, the work load, availability for class, and allowed time for study.

To become a PAL student you can either go to an orientation in Hasley Hall in room 351, or you can go online and take an online orientation.

Once completed allow about 24 hours for your results to be published, and then you can successfully register as a Pal Student.

The benefits of PAL are many, including the professor and students who remain the same throughout the term.  This kind of familiarity is good for students who want to make friends while studying.

 

 

 

 

Yvette Sanchez, Staff Writer

Yvette Sanchez was born in Van Nuys CA, and grew up in the San Fernando Valley living there all her life. She currently attends College of the Canyons in Santa Clarita CA, as a Broadcast/Journalism major. She noticed her interest for Broadcast/Journalism her Junior year of High School when her english teacher pulled her aside and brought up the idea. Yvette has always had a passion for writing, informing people with information and being in front of a camera. Once she realized that this is what she wanted to do she set her mind to it and went ahead with it. Her main goal is to be a sports reporter for a popular station, she wants to stand out of the crowd by not just reporting sports, but reporting sports that have hard hitting news. She is willing and hard working and does not always have to be in front of a camera , she wants to be well rounded and be able to do everything in the Broadcast/Journalism world.

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