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Support Services

  1. TRIO Talent Search - CSUSM
  • Provide academic advising, test preparation assistance, university tours, tutoring, financial aid advising and assistance with completing scholarship applications.
  • Criteria are: first generation college student and low income.
  • Alyce Davis, our TRIO representative is here Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday 8am-5pm. Her office is in the College and Career Center.

 

  1. Mira Costa College Ambassadors –
  • Provide campus and admissions information about MCC.
  • Assists students with successfully transitioning to college.
  • Monday 12:00-3:00; Wednesday 9:00-12:00; Friday 7:30-10:30. Located in the College and Career Center.

Personal and Social (Referrals made directly or through Counselors):

  1. North County Lifeline – Offices in Vista (760-726-4900) and Oceanside (760-757-0118)
  • Individual and family counseling
  • Groups – anger management, decision making, substance abuse, life skills
  • Gang prevention and intervention
  • Psychiatric mental health issues
  • Family support services

 

  1. Interfaith Community Services – Working Wildcats (on campus)

Case managers who work with students according to this criteria:

  • Freshmen and Sophomores only
  • At risk academically
  • Low attendance
  • Discipline issues
  • Students participate in paid summer internships

 

  1. PASS – Promoting Achievement and Student Success (on campus)

Mentors who work with students according to this criteria:

  • Students below basic in one or more core class and:
    • Unresponsive or disengaged
    • Showing signs of gang culture or negative behavior
    • Defiant, acting out, suspensions
    • Attendance issues

 

  1. UPAC – Union of Pan Asian Communities (on campus)

Through a County of San Diego grant they provide therapy for students and their families. The criteria are Medi-Cal or no insurance. Services are provided at school, and in the home.

 

  1. Support Groups – Meet on campus once a week, during the school day, alternating periods.
  1. Grief Group – For students who have experienced the loss of a loved one.
  2. Alateen – For students who are affected by alcoholism or drug abuse in a family member or friend.