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COMSTRAT 310 Syllabus - Spring 2018

COMSTRAT 310 - DIGITAL CONTENT PROMOTION (3 CREDITS) Instructor:  Brett Atwood                                EMAIL:    batwood@wsu.ed...

Student Service Resources in Everett

Food Pantry
We know it can be challenging when you’re  paying for college and living on a tight budget. WSU Everett has a food pantry of nonperishable items available to students in financial need. Interested?  Contact Dr. Ciera Graham at cagraham@wsu.edu

Career Counseling
Do you need assistance with writing a resume and/or cover letter? Are you preparing for a job interview? Do you need help with the job search? Spring 2018 drop in hours are Tuesday 11:00am-1:00pm, and Wednesday 1:00pm-3:00pm. No need to schedule an appointment. Please report to Room 203. Students are seen on a first come, first serve basis.  If you would like to schedule an appointment outside of drop in hours, please contact Dr. Ciera Graham, cagraham@wsu.edu.

CARE Team
The WSU Everett CARE Team is dedicated to the success of each student academically, socially, emotionally, physically and spiritually. The purpose of this team is to identify and develop a plan for those students that may be experiencing more than ordinary transitional issues and may need a member of the committee to check in or offer assistance in some way. Through this outreach, it is our goal to make students aware of the resources that are available to them and help them to be successful. CARE Report – If you’re a student or staff and are concerned about the psychical, social, emotional, behavioral and psychological wellbeing of a student, peer, or friend, file a CARE report at https://everett.wsu.edu/student-care-reporting/

Mental Health Counseling
As an institution, it is our responsibility to ensure that we meet the needs of our students. WSU Everett will be offering students three, one-on-one counseling sessions with a licensed mental health counselor at no charge. Students must be currently enrolled at the time of seeking counseling services. After these three sessions, students will have to assume all costs for subsequent sessions. Students are free to contact Chett Hill at 206-650-5910 or chett.hill@comcast.net. His office is located at 2722 Colby Ave., Suite 720, Everett, WA 98290.
 If you have any questions about counseling services please contact Dr. Ciera Graham at cagraham@wsu.edu or 425-405-1725.

Student Services Newsletter
WSU Everett sends out a weekly student services newsletter every Monday to all current students. This newsletter contains important information about campus events, student involvement opportunities, financial aid and scholarships and important dates and deadlines. The first newsletter of the Fall 2017 semester will be sent August 21st. Please ensure you check your WSU email regularly to stay updated on campus events and important announcements!

Connect-a-Coug
Connect-a-Coug is a meet and greet for all WSU Everett students and student services staff. This is an opportunity for students to interact informally with student services staff and learn about on campus events and services. Free pizza and beverages. Dates and times for the meet and greets are below:
  • Jan 9th 11:30am-1:00pm, Room 101
  • Jan 11th 1:30pm-3:00pm, Room 101
JCPenney Suit Up Event
Do you need professional wear for interviews? Come at the shop at the JCPenney Alderwood location on Sunday, February 25th 6:30am-9:30pm. JCPenney is closing their story for an exclusive shopping experience for WSU Everett and Everett Community College students only.  All WSU Everett students will receive an extra 40% off on all professional wear. Bring your student ID card. If you have questions or concerns about the event, contact Dr. Ciera Graham at cagraham@wsu.edu

Career Week
Career Week is scheduled Feb 25th-March 1st. This week is designed to expose WSU Everett students to industry professionals and provide guidance on various career development topics. The week’s events will include a Coffee and Career Chat, a panel discussion focused on navigating a career as a new professional, networking at career fairs, and a workshop on how to dress for success. Dates and times for the workshops and events will be announced in the student newsletter.

Interested in starting a new club?
Are you interested in starting a new club? Do you have a favorite hobby or interest area? Consider starting your own registered student organization. For questions contact Lindsey Major, ASWSUE Student Government President ASWSUE.Pres@wsu.edu or stop by the ASWSUE Office in 200B