High Falls B - Downtown Campus
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Studies have revealed that food and housing insecurities create a major impediment to academic success for a significant number of MCC students. The College has therefore developed an organizational approach to addressing these non-academic barriers. This presentation will review all of the resources available for students in need at the Brighton and Downtown campuses. The overview will include details of the newly-awarded Wegmans grant designed to address food and housing insecurities. This presentation will also provide information and guidance for faculty and staff on directing students to the appropriate offices who offer resources and other non-academic support.
SPONSOR: Faculty Senate Professional Development Committee