A Problem-Solving App to Manage Your Mental Health

During your quarters as an online student, you will be faced with some of the most intense time constraints and stressors than any point in your life previously. Managed poorly, stress can take a toll on you physically, mentally and emotionally. HealthyMinds is an App that can help you deal with emotions and cope with the stresses you may encounter. Watch the video to learn more about what HealthyMinds can do for you. You can also click on the image below to take you to the site!

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Health and Wellness – A Top Priority at CCS Online

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Online classrooms can present unique obstacles for an instructor. This method of teaching may not present the instructor with the opportunity to observe and evaluate their student’s mental health. The warning signs of an online student could prove more difficult to discern than that of a face-to-face interaction.

Here at CCS Online we understand that extending Health and Wellness services to our students, especially Mental Health services, is vital to the lifeblood of our mission. We strive to provide our online community with information from preventive care, to managing or coping with their mental health issues. Factors that may put a great deal of stress on your online student which could lead to more serious mental health problems include unmotivated students who are not confident in their computer skills, and/or have less-stable home environments.

Here are some supportive resources to tap into:

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  • This is a Learning Readiness Indicator that we provide our online students with to help them self-assess and evaluate their readiness for online programs.

Health Clinic Services:

Counseling and Mental Health Services:

 

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SCC will conclude our spring activities with Commencement on Saturday, June 21, 2014, at 5 pm at the Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena.

The 5 pm program will mark the first time in several years that all of the College’s academic divisions will be included in the same ceremony. This larger single ceremony, follows the Adult Education celebration at 2 pm,

Students completing a program as of Fall 2013, Winter 2014, Spring 2014 and/or Summer 2014 are eligible to participate in the June 2014 Commencement.

5 easy steps to graduation …

1. PETITION TO GRADUATE

Students must have completed a Graduation Petition Form to be eligible to participate in the commencement ceremony. Petitions are available at http://sites.scc.spokane.edu/surveys/GraduatePetition/

2. PICK UP CAP and GOWN

Caps and gowns will be distributed to STUDENTS in the Lair Student Center on the SCC campus, 8 am – 3 pm, beginning June 3.

Students who are unavailable at these times should make arrangements for someone else to pick up their cap and gown. Any student that has not picked up a cap & gown or has not made arrangements will not be able to participate in the ceremony.

Honor and military cords will also be distributed at this time. Students MUST have a 3.5 or above cumulative GPA as of Winter quarter to be eligible for an honor cord. Students who ‘anticipate’ becoming eligible after Spring quarter may come back in the summer to get their cord.

3. ATTEND CEREMONY

Graduates should arrive 1 hour prior to the ceremony for line up, wearing their cap and gown.
There is NO COST to petition, to obtain your cap and gown, or to participate in commencement. Admission to the ceremony is also free.

4. GET PICTURE TAKEN

Pictures will be taken by Leo’s photography as graduates receive their diploma covers. Order forms for these pictures will be available during the distribution of caps and gowns and after the ceremony at the Leo’s booth.

5. RECEIVE DIPLOMA/CERTIFICATE

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