Other Services on
Campus
Career Services
• Career Services serves as a resource for credit and non-
credit students as well as alumni of Richland C...
Career Services
• Resources Include: Computer Guidance Programs, Free Job
Search Strategy resources, Occupational resource...
Transfer Center
• The Richland College Transfer Center provides students
the opportunity to obtain information as well as ...
Disability Services Office
• The Disability Services Office (DSO) offers a variety of
support services for students with d...
Health Center
• The Health Center is a multi-purpose facility that promotes
health, wellness and preventive care for the c...
The Learning Center
• The mission of The Learning Center is to bridge the path
to student success by emphasizing the conne...
The Working Wonders Program
• The Working Wonders Program prepares and supports
single parents, single pregnant women and ...
The Gender Equity Program
• The Gender Equity program is designed to assist students
who are seeking degrees in nontraditi...
The Male Initiative Program
• Male Initiative Program is a Student Development and
Leadership program designed to positive...
Counseling Services
Counseling Services - Richland counselors are available to help current
students with personal, career...
Veterans Affairs
• Veterans Office, Room E083, Phone 972-238-3778. If
you are a veteran or eligible beneficiary, contact t...
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Other services on campus

  1. 1. Other Services on Campus
  2. 2. Career Services • Career Services serves as a resource for credit and non- credit students as well as alumni of Richland College. Students may use the center at their leisure however; appointments are encouraged for using the Computer Guidance Programs and for in-depth consultation.
  3. 3. Career Services • Resources Include: Computer Guidance Programs, Free Job Search Strategy resources, Occupational resource library, Dallas/Fort Worth Job Line Listings, Computer assisted Job Bank System, Occupational/Industry Video Tapes & CD ROM, Resume Writing and Cover Letter assistance, Career Service Resume Database, Mock Digitally Recorded Interviews, Computers for Employment Search, Computers for Industry Research, Local and International Newspapers, Free Resume faxing and e-mailing, and Employer on campus student recruitment.
  4. 4. Transfer Center • The Richland College Transfer Center provides students the opportunity to obtain information as well as to meet with college/university representatives concerning course transferability, university programs/degrees and the transfer process. Students may use the Transfer Center to access information about colleges/universities Students may use the Transfer Center to meet with college/university representatives by appointment. Students make the appointments in the Advising Center (T-180) but meet with the representatives in El Paso Hall E-085.
  5. 5. Disability Services Office • The Disability Services Office (DSO) offers a variety of support services for students with disabilities and/or special requirements. Services are coordinated to fit the individual needs of the student and may include sign language interpreters, computer-aided real-time translation (CART) services, note taking services, tutoring referral, textbook taping, testing accommodations, and use of assistive technology. Academic counseling, priority registration, and referral information are also available. Students requesting services are responsible for providing current documentation from a qualified professional verifying the disability and its impact on academic performance. New students are encouraged to contact the Disability Services Office at least one month prior to registration.
  6. 6. Health Center • The Health Center is a multi-purpose facility that promotes health, wellness and preventive care for the college community. Registered nurses coordinate and provide the health services. SERVICES ARE PROVIDED TO CURRENT STUDENTS AND STAFF AT NO COST Students do not need to be sick to come to the Health Center. Health questions and concerns are welcome. Students with chronic health problems should visit the Health Center to discuss any special concerns with the nurse before attending classes or whenever problems arise. No information about your health will be released without your written permission unless it is required by law.
  7. 7. The Learning Center • The mission of The Learning Center is to bridge the path to student success by emphasizing the connections between classroom success, community involvement and goal achievement. We provide a friendly, open, and diverse learning community that empowers students and fosters overall success. The learning center has free tutoring in all subjects, the math corner, the writing corner, the science corner, connections study skills workshops, and service learning opportunities
  8. 8. The Working Wonders Program • The Working Wonders Program prepares and supports single parents, single pregnant women and displaced homemakers in meeting the challenges of re-entering the workforce. Students must be enrolled in a Technical/Occupational degree or certificate program offered at Richland College.
  9. 9. The Gender Equity Program • The Gender Equity program is designed to assist students who are seeking degrees in nontraditional occupations. These degrees include: Engineering-related technologies for women; Travel, Exposition and Meeting Management; Educational Personnel; Accounting and Office Technology for men. Some of our services include: academic advising; textbook loans; transportation assistance (bus passes) and limited child care subsidy.
  10. 10. The Male Initiative Program • Male Initiative Program is a Student Development and Leadership program designed to positively impact Richland’s male student population and their academic endeavors. Program features include: Peer Networking, “Real Talk” Discussions, Academic Support, Student Leadership, Goal Commitment, Mentorship, Book Lending Support for those eligible, and Professional and Career Exploration.
  11. 11. Counseling Services Counseling Services - Richland counselors are available to help current students with personal, career and academic concerns that affect academic success and quality of life. Counselors provide short-term, solution focused personal counseling and make referrals, when needed, for such concerns as: • Adjustment Issues • Relationship and Family Concerns • Death or Loss • Drug and Alcohol Abuse • Depression and Anxiety • Conflicted Life Choices • Anger Management • Stress/Time Management • Test Anxiety - Educational Concerns • Community Referrals When Needed • The Counseling Center is located in El Paso Hall room E-082
  12. 12. Veterans Affairs • Veterans Office, Room E083, Phone 972-238-3778. If you are a veteran or eligible beneficiary, contact the Veterans Affairs Department to see if you are eligible for VA Education benefits. Our office works specifically with the GI Bill, VRAP, and Hazelwood Education Benefits. Tuition Assistance and Go ARMY sponsorships are processed through the Business Office. We also can assist with getting connected to other local resources and references for service members and their families.

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