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Division of Student Affairs

Support During COVID-19

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Do the right thing during covid-19

Help Us Slow the Spread

Students across campus created videos with helpful reminders on how you can best ensure you're compliant with COVID-19 guidelines at CPP. Do the right thing - It helps us all!

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Reach Out & Stay Informed

All Student Affairs departments, except essential services, are working remotely. Refer to this remote contact and social media list to learn how to both reach out and learn about ongoing online engagement opportunities. The easiest way to stay up-to-date on these opportunities is through myBAR. You can see a full list of online events, and register if necessary.

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Social Media Handles by Department

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Health and Wellbeing

  • The Health Center is still holding in-person appointments. Students must call (909) 869-4000 first. Additionally, see a full list of wellbeing resources to help students during the pandemic. Digital wellness workshops will return in the Fall. Click here for an event calendar and to sign up.
  • Counseling and Psychological services are still available for students virtually. CAPS has hosted workshops on topics including self-care, anxiety/depression management and virtual communication. Follow the workshops page to register for future events and to view past workshops.
  • Poly Pantry 2 Go is a no-contact curbside grocery pick up service for currently registered CPP students, operating three days a week. Students can visit once a week to receive a pre-filled grocery bag with an assortment of items. Registration is requried. Visit the website for registration, full guidelines and procedures.
  • Visit the Pandemic Health and Wellbeing tab on the Mind and Heart Lab. This includes a six-part webinar on emotional health, guided audio for stress relief, and weekly live meditation groups.
  • The Student Wellness Center holds one-on-one Zoom sessions to discuss topics like nutrition, time management, alcohol and drug use, sexual health, and more. Students can sign up here.
  • ASI Campus Recreation has inspired a healthy lifestyle through digital workout sessions hosted by ASI staff, and at-home body weight exercises shared on the CPP Health Instagram and YouTube channel.
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Support Network

  • The Basic Needs Program has developed a COVID-19 resource list and frequently shares updates on emergency grants, local food pantries, and easy recipes to make at home on Instagram.
  • The Disability Resource Center is hosting online appointments with registered students and will continually host resource workshops.
  • Student Support and Equity Programs hosts online seminars, mentoring meetings, social hours, and weekly chats for impacted students in the Renaissance Scholars, EOP, and Summer/Transfer Bridge programs.
  • Student athletes in need of advising can set up online appointments by emailing Scott Tsuji.
  • Programs under the Dean of Students office continue to host mentorship, leadership, and cluster meetings in the digital space, including Undocumented Student Services, Bronco LEAD, and Greek and Student Life.
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Career Readiness

  • The Career Center is hosting appointments through the Fall, which can be scheduled in Handshake. Follow them on Instagram for job search strategies and Q&A's.
  • Job search strategies have also moved online. Visit the Career Center's YouTube page to access videos from Career counselors on topics like LinkedIn, Portfolium and next steps when being laid off.
  • Be sure to register on Handshake for Spring 2020 virtual career fairs and other events. Check the schedule
  • The Veterans Resource Center is hosting online career counseling and resume advising workshops for veterans. Stay up to date on their Instagram.
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Keeping Community

  • The easiest way to stay up-to-date on online engagement opportunities is through myBAR. You can see a full list of online events, and register if necessary.
  • The Cultural Centers have developed a number of workshops, virtual community spaces and culturally relevant programming for students to stay connected and supported with one another. Events are being shared through each Center's Instagram: African American Student Center, Asian & Pacific Islander Center, Pride Center, Womxn's Resource Center, Cesar E Chavez Center, and Native American Center.
  • ASI is hosting online events throughout Fall semester, including virtual game nights, National Park virtual tours, concerts featuring student performers, special workshops on Wilderness Survival or Coral Reef Conservation and so much more! Check myBAR and social media for schedules and links to sign up. Visit the ASI FAQ and event page for all ASI updates.
  • Athletics coaches connect with student athletes on a weekly basis to discuss academic needs and maintain team community. In addition, they've launched a new podcast featuring interviews with student-athletes and coaches.
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For Residents

For student residents still living on campus, University Housing Services will continue to offer fully online programing for residents, including weekly hang outs, community meetings and learning workshops. Check out the events here, and visit the official blog at tinyurl.com/theuhsblog.