Friday, December 9, 2016

ACE Program Student Presentations

The ACE student presentations are next week. There's a pizza party after both of the events too that any interested students can attend. Here are the topics and info:
  • Drug Use
  • Domestic Violence
  • PTSD, Anxiety, & Depression in Young Adults
Wednesday December 14th, 2016
2pm - 4pm
Auditorium room 454

AND

  • Police Brutality
  • Child Abuse
  • Use of the criminal justice system to address mental illness & addiction
Friday December 16th, 2016
10:00 am- 12:00pm
Auditorium room 450

Stress Relief for Finals


Monday, December 5, 2016

YOU'RE INVITED...

 ‘Ugly Sweater’ Celebration

Come celebrate. After a long semester, let’s come together and celebrate all of your hard work. Children are welcome. We will have lots of fun activities, food, movies, and prizes for the Most Outrageous, Most Creative, Ugliest Sweater, and Ugliest Family Outfit. Don’t Miss Out! 

Where:     SRSN Office

When:      December 7th, 2016
Time:      3-5pm

Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Spring 2017 EOPS/CARE Applications

EOPS/CARE Applications for Spring 2017 are now available.

November and December CalWORKs Hourly Activity Records

November reports are due on December 5th
December reports are due on January 5th
 
November 2016 - Excel
November 2016 - PDF

December 2016 - Excel
December 2016 - PDF 
Supervised Study Log

Print out the PDF and fill in by hand or open the Excel file and type in your hours. The formulas in the Excel file will add up your hours for you. You may also pick up copies in our office. 


All CalWORKs students are required to submit a Study Log for any supervised study hours reported on their HAR. You may keep this sheet with you or keep it in the binder on our front counter.

Remember that for every one hour of class you may claim one hour of unsupervised study time. Study time beyond that must be supervised. You can work in the Student Resource & Support Network lobby, Library, Computer Technology Center, STEM Center, or Tutoring Center for these hours.

Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Free Thanksgiving Dinner!!

The Cabrillo College Student Senate invites you to the Community Feast Thanksgiving event.


Friday, November 18, 2016

SRSN Students Spring '17 Registration

Priority registration for Spring 2017 is Monday, November 21 at 8:00 a.m. Login to WebAdvisor before this time to select your Spring classes.

Please note that your login ID has changed to your 7-digit College ID number and your password to your birth date in mmddyy format. If you forget your College ID you can also get your College ID from WebAdvisor and using the What's my College ID link. At login you will be asked to create a new password.

We are happy to help you with registration. Give us a call or stop by the office.

New Car Seat Law 1/2017



Thursday, November 17, 2016

Got MATH Questions????

SRSN has a math tutor stationed in our office...  As finals are quickly approaching, you are invited to visit Jason in the lobby for one on one math tutoring.

Our Lobby Closing Early Friday

All offices in the lower level of the SAC West building will be closed at 2:00 on Friday November 18.

Cabrillo's Mentor Program

Check out this short video about Cabrillo's Mentor Program.

Monday, November 14, 2016

Petition Deadline For Fall Graduation

Attention students graduating at the end of this semester!

The deadline to petition for Certificates and Degrees for Fall 2015 graduates is December 2. Please contact SRSN at 479-6344 to get the process started. Anyone who plans on completing this semester (Fall 2016) must to petition.

Friday, November 11, 2016

11/19 Last Day to Withdraw from Full Term Course

Saturday, November 19 is the last day to drop a full-term section with a grade of "W".

It is your responsibility to formally withdraw from courses. Instructors will not do it for you. You may receive an F on your transcript even if you stopped attending.

Thursday, November 10, 2016

Dear Students of Cabrillo College,
 
With the recent election outcome, Cabrillo College faculty, staff and administration want to assure you that we will continue to support ALL of our students.
 
Cabrillo College prides itself on being a public institution of higher education that provides open access to ALL, regardless of race, gender, age, income, or physical ability. Cabrillo College has a long-standing history of commitment to its students, and that is not going to change.
 
Although we don't have predictions for the future, we believe that moving forward with your educational plans and goals is one of the most strident, immediate responses you can make and Cabrillo is here for you, to help you do that.
 
As our nation continues to move forward and as the College provides whatever supports we can, the larger question of what happens next is something to be addressed. During this time, we are grateful for the Cabrillo College community, where dedicated faculty, staff and administrators are coming together to support our students.
 
Let us also be sure that we provide whatever comfort we can to one another, and to remain strong in who we are as a learning institution. If you need support, please talk with your teachers and counselors and know that you will be safe in doing so.
 
As a College, we are working on events and opportunities to talk together, as well as links for factual information and support resources. We realize may students may be experiencing emotional reactions or trauma at this time. In coming weeks, please look for further emails regarding safe spaces and available resources.
 
Thank you Seahawks,
 
Dr. Laurel Jones, President and Superintendent
and the Cabrillo Administration


Estimados estudiantes de Cabrillo,
 
Con motivo de los resultados recientes de las elecciones, los profesores, el personal y la administración del Colegio Cabrillo queremos asegurarles que vamos a continuar apoyando a TODOS nuestros estudiantes.
 
El Colegio Cabrillo se enorgullece de ser una institución pública de educación superior que brinda acceso a TODOS, sin importar raza, religión, edad, ingreso, o capacidad física. El Colegio Cabrillo cuenta con un largo historial de compromiso con sus estudiantes y eso no va a cambiar.
 
Aunque no tenemos predicciones para el futuro, creemos que continuar con sus metas y planes de educación es una de las respuestas más fuertes e inmediatas que pueden hacer y Cabrillo está aquí para apoyarlos con eso.
 
Mientras el país continúa hacia adelante y Cabrillo brinda el apoyo que pueda, la gran pregunta sobre qué sigue es algo que hay que abordar. En estos momentos, estamos agradecidos con la comunidad de Cabrillo, donde profesores, personal y administradores dedicados están colaborando juntos para apoyar a nuestros estudiantes.
  
También procuremos brindar cualquier consuelo que podamos uno al otro, y mantenernos fuertes en quiénes somos como institución educativa. Si necesitan apoyo por favor hablen con sus profesores y consejeros y sabe que va a ser seguro al hacerlo.
 
Como institución, estamos trabajando en eventos y oportunidades para hablar juntos, y reuniendo enlaces con información basada en hechos y recursos de apoyo. Sabemos que muchos estudiantes quizá estén experimentando reacciones emocionales o trauma en estos momentos. Por favor estén al pendiente de sus correos electrónicos donde habrá más información en las siguientes semanas sobre lugares seguros y recursos disponibles.
Gracias Seahawks,
 
Dr. Laurel Jones
Presidente y Superintendent
y la Administración de Cabrillo
Cabrillo College, 6500 Soquel Dr, Aptos, CA 95003
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Joint Statement from California's Legislative Leaders

We hope this article will provide you with some rest and assurance.

http://sd24.senate.ca.gov/news/2016-11-09-joint-statement-california-legislative-leaders-result-presidential-election

If you feel like you need additional support, please take advantage of the Student Health Center on campus (bldg 900), your mentor, case worker,  and/or instructors you trust.

Is Your Ed Plan Up To Date?

Believe it or not, Spring 2017 registration date is coming! The Spring Schedule is available now. Look at it with your ed plan to make sure the classes you need are being offered. 

You can schedule an appointment with our counselor to make sure your ed plan is correct and has the correct classes for the Spring semester. Give us a call 831-479-6344 to schedule!

November 10 - Spring Schedule available online
November 21 - Early Registration for Veterans, EOPS, ASC, CalWORKs, Foster Youth, and WIOA Students
November 28 - Early Registration for Continuing Students
January 23 - Spring Semester Begins

Need Glasses?

The Santa Cruz Host Lions Club offers assistance for eye exams, glasses and surgery. Be sure to fill out the correct application form for the area where you live.

2017 Spring Schedule is Online!

Get your pencils out and start planning!
The 2017 Spring Class Schedule is here!

Veterans' Day Holiday

Cabrillo will be closed for Veterans' Day on Friday the 11th.

Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Veterans Day BBQ

You are invited to a FREE Veterans Day BBQ!
Show your appreciation to those who have served.

Thursday, November 10
11:00 am to 1:00 pm
Aptos Campus

Building 900 Patio