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Student Resources

 

Learning Resource Center

Course assignments require frequent use of the Library (Learning Resource Center).  A library card is necessary for all library transactions. The student is responsible for renewing his/her library card each semester.
 
Student Organizations
Students wishing to participate in state or national organizations should contact that organization.

 

National Student Nurses’ Association     www.nsna.org

California Student Vocational Nurses Association (CSVNA)

American Nurses’ Association                www.ana.org

American Dental Hygienists Association www.adha.org

California Dental Hygienists Association www.cdha.org

 

Health Services 

Shasta College Health/Wellness services offers nursing services such as Tb testing and illness assessment, physician services (on specific clinic days) addressing short-term/temporary illness, and personal counseling services focusing on academic success and student retention, with emphasis on stress management. Students must be registered in a credit-bearing class during the semester they are seeking services.  Contact the Health/Wellness Services Office (room 2020) at 242-7580 for more information and appointments.
 
Shasta College Health/Wellness services offers nursing services such as Tb testing and illness assessment, physician services (on specific clinic days) addressing short-term/temporary illness, and personal counseling services focusing on academic success and student retention, with emphasis on stress management. Students must be registered in a credit-bearing class during the semester they are seeking services.  Contact the Health/Wellness Services Office (room 2020) at 242-7580 for more information and appointments.

Educational Assistance

Students who are having difficulty in the program are advised to seek out the faculty, program director, counselors, and other services available on campus.  The Clinical Skills Laboratory has equipment for student utilization. The Shasta College Learning Resources Center has references, media, and computer assisted instruction. Many videotapes and computerized instruction programs have been obtained for student use.


Shasta College Work Site Learning Program

Through the work site learning program, Associate of Science Degree students are able to earn credits as elective units toward the A.S. Degree. If you are interested in this program, contact the instructor of HEOC 94, Health Occupations Work Site Learning as listed in the Schedule of Classes.


More Information

For further student services and activities, see the Shasta College Catalog and Shasta College  Student Services.

 

 

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