Student Services

Student Health Center

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Wellness Lounge Finals Week Programming

Wellness and Health Promotion has some great events lined up to help you get through finals week. The popular Furry Friends will be by with their therapy dogs on May 10th from 12-1pm on the South Patio of the Student Wellness Center. Other events will include a new CHEW (Cooking Healthy, Eating Well) baking class, a designated meditation space, art therapy, movie marathons in the Wellness Lounge, and other fun stress-relieving events! We will also designate a quiet study space in the Student Wellness Center for you to prepare for your exams during finals week. Coffee and light refreshments will be available. Be sure to check out our Facebook and Wellness and Health Promotion website so you don’t miss any of our events! https://www.facebook.com/SJSUWellness/ and http://www.sjsu.edu/wellness/

Comprehensive Clinical Services in Student Health Center

The Student Health Center seeks to support your overall health and wellness. It is staffed by board certified physicians, nurses, nurse-practitioners, and a variety of other specialists. The Student Health Center provides a wide range of services including: primary care, contraception, sexually transmittable infection screening, travel medicine, sports medicine, physicals, and physical therapy. With a lab, X-ray unit, pharmacy, and Wellness Lounge, the Center is a one-stop shop supporting your well-being! Students enrolled for Spring 2017 can access the Student Health Center through June 2, 2017. You can make appointments by calling 408.924.6122 or online at http://www.sjsu.edu/studenthealth/online_services/

For information on how to access Student Health Center services if you are (1) a continuing student (enrolled in SJSU summer school); (2) returning for the fall semester (but not in summer school); or (3) a graduating senior; visit our website at http://www.sjsu.edu/studenthealth/Fees/index.html

Counseling and Psychological Services

Congratulations

Counseling and Psychological Services would like to extend our congratulations to the graduating class of 2017! Congratulations on completing this chapter in your life. Please remember that the story continues. Continue taking care of yourself and others by seeking positive support, taking time for self-care, and being mindful of your overall well-being.

End of the Semester and Finals    

At Counseling and Psychological Services, we understand that as the semester comes to an end, stress levels may increase. Our team of personal and educational counselors are here to provide support through various services, such as individual sessions, workshops, and groups. Some helpful tips during finals are to use a planner; prioritize tasks, assignments, and exams; and to study in chunks of time versus all at once. Finally, remember to take breaks and get a good night sleep the evening before an exam. We believe in you!

For more academic tools and tips, our educational counselors can assist you. We recently expanded our educational counseling services through the addition of Ms. Scheanelle Green. Ms. Green has a Masters of Arts degree in Counseling from St. Mary's College in Moraga and has several years of experience at Los Positas College in Livermore.

Counseling and Psychological Services is located in the Student Wellness Center on the third floor. Please visit us at www.sjsu.edu/counseling for more information or call (408) 924-5910.

Career Center

Spartan College-to-Career Series

Recent graduates, join the Spartan College-to-Career Series. These workshops are offered each Tuesday in June, from 10:45 am to 12 pm, with drop-in career coaching from 12pm to 1pm.

Week 1     Resume & Cover Letters, June 6th

Create a resume and cover letter that will grab an employer’s attention. Strengthen your accomplishment statements and tailor your resume for specific jobs.

Week 2     Job Search & Networking, June 13th

Gain essential job-search and networking strategies for landing a meaningful job.

Week 3     Interviewing Skills, June 20th

Build confidence with interview preparation, professional dress and question-response strategies.

Week 4     Success in the Workplace, June 27th

Understand the top skills needed for workplace success. Explore ways to improve interpersonal skills, handle stress and stay motivated.

Seating is limited. Register on SpartaJobs. Coffee and donuts served. For more information, e-mail: careerhelp@sjsu.edu

May 2017 graduates, what are your plans?

See where fellow graduates are going and help SJSU enhance career services by sharing your plans in this brief survey in SpartaJobs/Handshake. Respondents are entered in a raffle for a lifetime Alumni Association membership and one of several $50 gift cards awarded throughout the year.

Still making plans?

Recent graduates retain access to SpartaJobs for one year after graduation. Visit the alumni services page to learn about career resources for alumni.

 

Veterans Resource Center

The Veterans Commencement Dinner Celebration for Academic Year 2016-2017 for graduating Military Students will take place May 17 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Eligible students will be emailed an invitation and specific location details.

Finals in the VRC! All military related students: Please come by the VRC during finals for printing capabilities, snacks/coffee, testing supplies and stress relief with your fellow brothers and sisters.

Case Manager

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Student hunger is a real concern on college campuses today, and our campus offers a variety of resources from donation-based food shelves to a monthly Just In Time (JIT) mobile food pantry where eligible students can walk away with bags filled with free groceries. In partnership with Second Harvest Food Bank over 2,000 unique students have come to the JIT program since its first event in October.

Monday, May 8 from 10 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. in the Events Center is our next JIT event for students who self-identify as in need of additional food resources and are making less than $23,540/annually. Please bring your Tower ID and multiple reusable bags.

Student and employee volunteers are always needed too; sign-up to help at https://goo.gl/eSUQMe. Even if you may not be food insecure your knowledge of this campus resource could help a peer.

If you are interested in learning more about campus food resources, visit the Student Hunger Committee’s website at sjsu.edu/food or sjsu.edu/sjsucares to reach out to a staff member if you are experiencing an unforeseen economic crisis.