The mission of the Student Services Department is to provide advocacy, intervention, prevention, and referral services to the students of Keweenaw Bay Ojibwa Community College. The goal of the department is to provide support services in order to promote student success, both academic and non-academic. The Student Services department can enhance a student’s college experience through the provision of extracurricular programming, academic support programs, and other support programs. Student Services offices are located at the Wabanung Campus.
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STUDENT SUCCESS/CAREER CENTER
The Student Success Center is located at the Wabanung Campus adjacent to the library in room 208N. It provides a number of services including test prep, study sessions, proctoring exams, mentoring, resume’ development, transfer search, and job opportunities. The Center is equipped with a study room, resources, and several computers. For more information contact Student Services at 524-8206 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tutoring services are available 24/7 through tutor.com free of charge for all KBOCC students. Services include on-demand, one-on-one and homework help tutoring. For more information, contact 524-8111 or email@example.com.
Emergency Aid Program provides assistance to students at risk of dropping out of college due to unexpected financial emergencies. This assistance was created to help students stay in college and meet their educational goals, ultimately securing a better financial future. Students can apply at: https://kbocc.dreamkeepers.org/.
Students in need of disability-related accommodations or services should inform their instructor and the Dean of Student Services, at the Wabanung Campus. Contact the dean at 906-524-8111 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Reasonable and effective accommodations and services will be provided to students when requests are made in a timely manner with appropriate documentation in accordance with federal, state, tribal, and college guidelines.
UWILL STUDENT MENTAL HEALTH & WELLNESS
Your well-being is a priority at KBOCC. Uwill is a tool offering personalized mental health services whenever and wherever you need them—day or night, on holidays or the weekend. Set your preferences and choose a therapist tailored to your specific needs, and immediately set up an appointment that works best for you. Uwill offers free access to teletherapy that is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week throughout the year to all enrolled KBOCC students, regardless of their location.
The KBOCC library is located in Room 206N at the Wabanung Campus. Its developing collection includes academic resources for each of the College’s programs. The library’s digital access and study area, which has study seating for up to 26 students, three desktop computers, and wireless internet access, is open for student use during building hours. The library can be contacted at 524-8206 or email@example.com.
Rick Geroux Memorial (RGM) Fitness Center membership is open at no additional charge for KBOCC students at the Wabanung Campus in L’Anse. Hours are posted each semester. A current schedule and membership paperwork is required.
KBOCC offers certified childcare service for children ages 6 weeks to 5 years of age, and a 4-year-old preschool program for children of students, staff, and faculty. Arrangements may be made by contacting:
Ojibwa Early Learning Center
KBOCC Little Eagles