Crush Alert July 6

Pharmacy Priority Application Agreement

The Clovis Community College (CCC) & California Health Sciences University (CHSU) College of Pharmacy (COP) Priority Application Agreement provides highly qualified CCC students who apply to the CHSU College of Pharmacy with priority review of your application and guarantee of an interview (but not admission) with the CHSU COP Admissions panel.

Learn more about the benefits of the College of Pharmacy Priority Application Agreement and the prerequisites for this program.


Student Health Insurance for you and your family

California Covered

Having health insurance is critical — now more than ever. You do not have to wait for open enrollment. A special-enrollment period is underway now that allows you to enroll in a health plan until July 31, 2020.

Visit California Covered to learn more.

For additional resources on health and mental health contact Health and Psychological Services.


Returning and Checking out Items for New Summer Sessions

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Need a laptop or calculator for the summer session?

Fill out the Summer Check-Out Registration Form and a confirmation e-mail will be sent with further instructions for pickup on Monday, July 6th from 12 PM – 6 PM or Tuesday, July 7th from 11 AM – 3 PM.

Need to RETURN a laptop, calculator, or library book?

Return your items during the Library Curbside Event on Monday, July 6th from 12 PM – 6 PM and Tuesday, July 7th from 11 AM – 3 PM. You’ll enter through the International entrance, go around the roundabout, and stop on the curb in front of AC2. Remain in your car and call 325-5215. Someone will be out to pick up your items.  


Bookstore

Access the Bookstore: Phone 559-325-5253 | EMAIL: 2173mgr@follett.com

The Bookstore window is open Monday - Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., however, for COVID-19 safety, we encourage you to use the online bookstore when possible.


Summer School Students Working Online

Students working online this summer check out our resources for working online.

Comcast Commitments to Help Keep Americans Connected

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UPDATE FROM COMCAST: JULY 2020:

Comcast is making commitments to help keep people connected during this difficult time. Here are some important updates they have made to help honor those commitments.  Below you will find links to resources that will assist you in staying connected and continuing your education online.

Learn more about opportunities to stay connected while working from home.


Attend a Virtual Extreme Registration Event and Get all the help you need.

At a Virtual Extreme Registration event you can:

  • Find out if you qualify for   FREE tuition
  • Register for classes
  • Get express counseling and plan your class schedule
  • Complete the Orientation
  • Apply for   financial aid
  • Pay your fees

There are several events to choose from.

Visit Virtual Extreme Registration for more information.


Review Open Classes for Fall 2020

All current students should have received an email to your district email, informing you of your registration date for fall 2020.

The majority of fall 2020 classes will be online,  with the exception of a few limited courses that require face-to-face interaction. Check the open class schedules or WebAdvisor for information about specific classes.

Below are a few registration tips:

  • Register on your date, do not wait another day!
    Classes will fill and you want to make sure you get your number one choice.
  • Make sure you have seen a counselor recently to review your student education plan (SEP). Do not take classes you don’t need!
  • Have a backup plan: In case your number one choices do fill, have backup classes ready.
  • Check out the Class Search option on WebAdvisor at www.webadvisor.scccd.edu to view classes that are being offered in the fall.

TRIO is Open for Recruitment

TRiO

TRIO is designed to identify and provide services for students from disadvantaged backgrounds.

Learn more about the TRIO Program and its commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.


Health 101 and COVID-19 Resources

Health 101: Live updates

Coronavirus

What you need to know about COVID-19

What you need to know about COVID-19

Working Online

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Help for students transitioning to working online

Resources for Students

Frequently Asked Questions

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Frequently asked questions for students related to COVID-19

COVID-19 FAQs

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