Student Health and Wellbeing

Student Health and Wellbeing

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General Information about MRSA

(methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus)

  • In the community (where you live, work, shop, and go to school), MRSA most often causes skin infections
  • Students with skin infections may need to be referred to a licensed health care provider for diagnosis and treatment
  • Use standard precautions (e.g., hand hygiene before and after contact, wearing gloves) when caring for broken skin (open wounds) or potential infections
  • Use barriers such as gowns, masks, and eye protection if splashing or other contact with potentially infected body fluids is anticipated
  • For more information visit the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC): General Information on MRSA

Welcome to Student Health and Wellbeing!

By focusing on Access, Prevention, and Early Intervention, our students will thrive as individuals and as members of the CPP community, where they learn, work, and play.

Student Health and Wellbeing LogoLeticia Gutierrez-Lopez, Psy.D.
Associate Vice President for Student Health and Wellbeing
Student Affairs - SSB 121 East 2nd Floor
(909) 869-2760

Dr. Leti Lopez
Counselor meeting with a student

Trouble Coping?

Counseling (CAPS)
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Need Accommodations?

Disability Resource Center
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Need Medical Care?

Student Health Services
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Seeking Support?

Integrated Care Network
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We Are Here For You

Survivor Advocacy Services
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Learn to Live Well

Bronco Wellness Center