Events & Workshops
The SSS Book Club is an opportunity for students to take a break from their class load and enjoy some fun leisurely reading. The books are recommended by SSS staff and students. Discussions might be held in the Student Support Services office or online via Oncourse. For more information on the book club, contact Jack Haggenjos, 765-973-8319.
- Currently Reading:The Bridge of San Luis Rey by Thornton Wilder
Disability Awareness Event - in March This is an opportunity to learn about disabilities and local services/programs for people with disabilities. There are also games and prizes available. For more information, contact Elaine Bruns, 765-973-8302.
The Student Support Services Holiday Pitch-in is held at the end of the fall semester. Students get a chance to take a break and unwind from their class loads and enjoy crafts, games and door prizes while they socialize with other students.
S.S.S. students are given the opportunity to bring in their parents, partners and peers for a chance to get a better understanding of college life. This workshop is offered periodically to the students.
The Student Support Services hosts a Welcome Back Celebration Luncheon for S.S.S. students during the fall semester. This gives the new students a chance to intermingle with older students and also a chance to meet the Chancellor and different department heads.
2011 Welcome Back: Wednesday, September 7 in the Whitewater Lobby from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.
Student Support Services offers workshops that are designed to assist students in adjusting to college life, to succeed in their academic endeavor and to successfully transition into the workforce. For more information, contact Jack Haggenjos, 765-973-8319.