Time: 12:00 PM - 12:30 PM
Location: CC 203
Details: Need to get away? Join us for a mental vacation as we engage in a Mindfulness Meditation led by our own Student Support Case Manager: Erin Schnurbush.
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If in immediate danger, call 911 or DPS/Campus Police. Campus phone: Ext. 8545 Cell phone: 636-922-8545 For immediate 24/7 assistance related to a sexual assault, call the Bridgeway 24-hour crisis lines: If you are in St. Charles County, call 1-877-946-6854 or 636-946-6854. If you are in Lincoln County, call 1-877-462-1758. If you are outside St. Charles County, call the RAINN at 1-800-656-HOPE (4673) or visit rainn.org.
A mental health counselor is available to assist all current SCC credit students. Call 636-922-8536 or stop by ADM 1123 to schedule an appointment.
SCC provides tools to help you make healthy choices!
The use of tobacco, smoking and simulated smoking products is prohibited on college property and in college vehicles. This includes:
Prohibited usage of products include, but are not limited to:
Tobacco use has not been permitted on campus since Jan. 1, 2007. For information on cessation programs, call 636-922-8230.
Board policy: 400/482.1 Prohibition Of Tobacco
SCC is a drug-free institution, prohibiting the unlawful manufacture, possession, use or distribution of drugs on the campus, college sites, client sites or at any college-sponsored event.
The possession, use or distribution of alcoholic beverages on campus, college sites, client sites, instructional activities and at college-sponsored events is prohibited unless specifically approved by the president.
Alcohol screenings helps individuals assess their own alcohol consumption patterns to determine if their drinking is likely to be harming their health or increasing their risk for future harm.
College Drinking – Changing the Culture: Facts about alcohol poisoning, alcohol myths, blood alcohol content calculator and alcohol abuse.
U.S. Department of Transportation National Highway Traffic Safety Administration: A guide to understanding blood alcohol concentration and alcohol impairment.
ULife: ULifeline is an online resource center where college students can find information regarding alcohol and drug use.
Missouri Department of Mental Health: The Division of Behavioral Health has programs around the state to help people with alcohol and drug problems. There are programs for children, teenagers and adults. 573-751-4942 or 800-575-7480
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is an agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that leads public health efforts to advance the behavioral health of the nation. SAMHSA's mission is to reduce the impact of substance abuse and mental illness on America's communities.
National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism: Research based information on alcohol and its affects on the brain and body.
National Institute on Drug Abuse: Information for people struggling with drug abuse, as well as resources for their families and friends.
Rehab Info: Resources for addiction and rehabilitation.
MADD: Mothers Against Drunk Driving® (MADD) works to stop drunk driving and prevent underage drinking and supports victims and survivors.
National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse – St. Louis Area (NCADA): Provides information or assistance to anyone needing help with problems or issues pertaining to alcohol or drug abuse or addiction.
SCC provides a Student Support Case Manager to meet with students to assess concern and well-being and develop action plans to empower students to address current and on-going needs. The Student Support Case Manager is dedicated to student success and works with students to navigate barriers. (SCC Mental Health Services)
The Campus Assessment, Response, and Encouragement (CARE) Team provides proactive assistance to students who are exhibiting concerning behaviors. For more information, contact 636-922-8536, or students, faculty and staff can locate information on the mySCC portal page (login required).
Faculty, staff or students can easily fill out the Student Concern Form.
SCC recommends seeking health and accident insurance if you're not adequately covered.
International students who were admitted on an F-1 visa are required to show proof of insurance prior to registration.
Health insurance is required for anyone competing in intercollegiate athletics or club sports. Students traveling on college-sponsored trips must provide the club advisor with a copy of the insurance card, in case of emergency.
Board policy: 444 Insurance Information for Students
Before registering for classes at SCC, it's recommended you're immunized for measles and rubella.
Certain immunizations are required for admission to selected health programs. Call 636-922-8280 for details about specific programs.
If you have a chronic communicable disease(s), you may attend college when, through reasonable accommodation, the risk of transmission of the disease and/or the risk of further injury to the student is sufficiently remote, in such setting so as to be outweighed by the detrimental effects resulting from the student's exclusion from the college.
Board policy: Article V.01 Emergency Response (Procedures)
Possession or use of firearms – concealed or in sight – or any explosives, dangerous chemicals or other weapons are prohibited on college property and at college-sponsored or supervised functions.
Board policy: 446 Weapons (concealed or visible)
Report crime, criminal activity or emergencies to the Department of Public Safety (DPS) at 636-922-8545 or call 911.
Sign up to receive a text message alerts about emergencies, warnings, weather-related closings and campus shutdowns.
Get involved outside of the classroom with sports, fitness, clubs and events. Learn more on the Student Life Web page.
Walk your way to health on the trails of our beautiful 228-acre campus. You can start on each trail at any point. All three trails have easy access to the trailhead marker near theTechnology Building.
To become a more sustainable campus, SCC established “Team Green” – a committee – and a campus-wide single stream recycling program. You can participate in SCC’s green efforts by placing the following items in green recycling bins located throughout campus: