Once you have applied to Craven, you will need to complete the orientation requirement before you can register for classes. Orientation gives you a head start in making meaningful connections and introduces you to a host of resources to assist you with meeting your academic and personal goals. We will not only help prepare you for your first day of classes, we will also help you begin your journey toward graduation.
The Purpose of Student Orientation
- Learn about academics at Craven
- Prepare for advising and registration
- Understand academic expectations and what it takes to be a successful student
- Become aware of campus resources and opportunities
- Familiarize yourself with the campus
- Learn to navigate and set up your student G-mail, Moodle and WebAdvisor accounts
Register for New Student Orientation
- Go to New Student Orientation
- Select an orientation session date and register to attend.
Online Orientation Available for New Students, Distance Education Students, Transfer Students, or Returning Students
- Go to moodle.cravencc.edu
- Click the login link in the upper right corner
- Username is based on when you submitted your application to Craven Community College
- Applications submitted on May 1, 2018 and after – first name, middle initial, plus the last five digits of your student ID number. Example: if your name is John Francis Smith and your Student ID number is 123457, your username would be johnf34567
- Applications submitted before May 1, 2018 – firstname.lastname Example: if your name is John Francis Smith your username would be john.smith (see admission letter: your username in the first part of your email address)
- Password: mmddyyyy (your birthday)
- Once logged in, navigate to “My courses” (green bar across the top of the page) and select “New Student Orientation” from the drop down list of courses
- Watch each video in the “New Student Orientation” course
- Complete Quizzes
Orientation is recommended, not required, for students who have earned a bachelor’s degree or higher or are a visiting (special credit) student.