ANNOUNCEMENTS (MESA COLLEGE INFO)
• STUDENT / MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES: MentalHealth.pdf
• FREE MATH AND SCIENCE WORKSHOPS! http://www.sdmesa.edu/STEMworkshops
• NEW TUTORING HOURS AT MT2C (4TH FLOOR OF LIBRARY / LRC)
New Hours 9 am – 8 pm Mon – Th
9 am – 2 pm Fri, Sat
No appointments necessary. The service is FREE!
We invite students to come in and study. Sign your name when you need help. There may be a short wait, but we are in the process of hiring more tutors which should expedite the tutoring process.
• NEW! STUDENT HEALTH SERVICES (FALL 2016):
MESA COLLEGE STUDENT HEALTH SERVICES
Mental Health Services: All services are free
a. Recovery from Addiction: 10am to 11am. Sue Shrader Hanes LMFT. Recovery from addiction is possible. This group includes students with a wide array of addictions.
b. Be Calm: 1pm to 2pm. Rebecca Lee LMFT, students learn relaxation techniques for testing and everyday life.
c. Peer Educators: 11:30pm to 12:30pm. Peer Educators are out in front of the cafeteria to provide referrals and health information.
a. Campus In Reach: 11am to 11:50am. Michelle Harris-Feller LMFT. She is in front of the cafeteria to provide support, referrals and access to mental health information to students, staff and faculty.
a. Come As You Are, 4pm to 5pm I 400 209. Sue Shrader Hanes LMFT. For Gay, Lesbian, Bi-Sexual, Transgender and questioning students. Will begin the 3rd week of the semester.
b. Mesa Black Forum: 12pm-1pm Michelle Harris-Feller LMFT. Students discuss issues pertinent to the Black Community. Contact Micelle at Student Health x 2774.
4. QPR: Question Persuade, Refer. This is a one hour seminar on how to talk to a suicidal person. The seminar is offered to all campus groups. We offer seminars throughout the semester in our office and in classrooms/offices. Invite us to your office or classroom.
5. Comfort Tent: The Comfort Tent is open during midterms and the last 2 weeks of the semester. We are in front of the LRC.
6. Crisis management: Students, staff and faculty may call our office, walk-in or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
7. Student Health Services provides short-term mental health treatment for individuals, couples and families. All Mental Health providers are licensed and experienced.
8. Students of Concern: Are you worried about a student but you’re not sure what to do? Give me a call so we can problem solve together (X2545). You can also fill out the Student of Concern form http://www.sdmesa.edu/index.cfm/students/services/health-services/referral-form-for-student-of-concern/.
9. Classroom presentations: We can provide you with classroom presentations on Suicide prevention, stress management, violence prevention, healthy communication and many others.
10. Sports Performance Enhancement and Recovery: Michelle Harris Feller LMFT, by appointment. Improve your sports performance, confident recovery from sports injury and other sports/team related concerns.
Suzanne Khambata RN, FNP Student Health Services Director 619-388-2545
Groups meet in I 400 room 209 619-388-2774
• MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES: MentalHealthServices.rtf
• MATH WORKSHOPS (HELD OCCASIONALLY): See http://www.kkuniyuk.com/Math141.html
Mesa College Links, Course Offerings
• (Class schedules) http://schedule.sdccd.edu
• (Student Web Services) http://studentweb.sdccd.edu
• (Chart of Prerequisites; starting Fall 2009: Math 32 is now 34A; 33 is no more; 35 is now 38; 95 is now 46. As an alternative to 46/96, Math 92 can be a prereq to 118 or 119.) MathPrereqs.pdf
Class Information (General)
• My Schedule: Poster.pdf
Resources (Tutoring, Financial, Campus, Student)
• TUTORING: http://www.kkuniyuk.com/Tutoring.html
• DSPS (Disabled Students Programs and Services): http://www.sdmesa.edu/dsps/
• Psychological Counseling: Counseling.pdf (Spring 2006 hours)
• Adobe CS 3 software: Great deal at the bookstore (with student ID)