Each semester the Student Success Office facilitates a workshop to support advisors. Below you can view information on our next presentation and access past presentations.
Thursday, October 26th
1310 A Marie Mount Hall
Self and Community Care in Midst of Racial Trauma
Dr. Carlton Green
College campuses across the country have been experiencing unrest and division related to race, gender, sexual orientation, and religion. In College Park, multiple incidents have occurred, including the murder of Lt. Richard Collins III. Following these events, individuals of all backgrounds might experience a range of reactions including feelings of outrage, sadness, hurt, confusion, silence, and helplessness. Specifically, targeted groups might experience traumatic symptoms, whereas people in dominant social groups might experience anxiety related to addressing the events. Oftentimes, we just don't know what to do. This session will focus on assisting people of difference racial backgrounds identify how they respond to these traumatic occurrences, while identifying ways of caring for their respective communities and themselves.
Spring 2017: General Education and Transfer Credit Services
Spring 2017: Working With and Supporting Undocumented Students
Fall 2016: Hold File Waitlist
Spring 2016: Academic Clemency
Fall 2015: Reenrollment Process for Non-Advising Units
Spring 2015: Reenrollment Process After the Decision
Fall 2014: Introduction to the Reenrollment Process