Enrollment Services is hosting a Suspension Prevention series to provide campus awareness on the Satisfactory Academic Progress. These events are open to all but intended for students who are on financial aid warning, have more than one D or F, or receiving financial aid. For a complete list of events and to sign up, visit ADM 1113 or ADM 1204.
Mental Health and Suicide Prevention week starts Tuesday, March 31. For a full listing of events, visit stchas.edu/calendar.
The SCC Art Faculty Exhibition runs until April 2 in the FAB Gallery and Annex, FAB 106.
Get QPR training at SCC 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. and 1-2 p.m. Thursday, April 2, in SSB Room 1402. QPR training will teach you how to recognize warning sides of suicide and offer hope. RSVP to Teresa Drury at firstname.lastname@example.org or 636-922-8536.
Current and returning students registration begins for summer and fall credit classes on Monday, April 6.
Bring your lunch and learn how to identify your level of test anxiety and strategies to address it at noon Tuesday, April 7, in the Private Dining Room of the Student Center. RSVP to Teresa Drury at email@example.com or 636-922-8536.
Celebrate National Library Week at SCC with our 22nd annual Library Book Sale! The sale will be in the library 7:30 a.m.-10 p.m. Monday-Wednesday, April 13-15. Books will be sold for $.50 for paperbacks and $1 for hardbacks.
SCC will host Job Fair 2015 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Friday, May 1, in the College Center. Admission is free to all job seekers! Learn more at stchas.edu/jobfair.
St. Peters women wins Working Parent scholarship, St. Charles County Suburban Journal (March 20)
Dickson to play softball at St. Charles Community College, Warren County Record (March 9)
Check out the latest posts from our SCC bloggers:
"What is Your Thing?" by Jenny Hahn Schnipper, SCC career counselor (March 17): Jenny gives tips for students who are still undecided with their college major.
"Volunteer Opportunity at SCC" by Amber Peterson (March 11): Volunteering is a great way to boost your resume and build connections with people in the community. SCC is still looking for volunteers for That '80s Run.
"A Case Against the Elimination of the A+ Program" by Maria Pizzo, SCC student (March 10): Maria shares how the A+ Program helps students, including herself, and why funding for it should stay.
"Stress and Self-Care" by Christie Jackson, SCC mental health counselor (March 10): Christie shares an article to help students with stress.
"March Motivation" by Andrea Compton, associate professor (March 5): Andrea shares motivational quotes with students to get them through the final weeks before spring break.
The SCCoop is a bi-weekly calendar of events and campus update for employees of St. Charles Community College. To add something to the next issue, contact Amber Peterson, marketing specialist, at x8275 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deadline to submit items for the next issue is Wednesday, April 8.