The Office of Student Services exists to help students adjust to college life, to assist in co-curricular concerns, and to aid in the selection of careers and lifetime goals.
Among the functions of this office are academic counseling, testing, new student orientation, student activities and wellness events, student conduct, college success skills courses, disability services, career services, student support services, and service learning.
The Testing Center supports the college goal of providing quality student services that are responsive to the needs of current and prospective students. The Testing Center coordinates testing services for new and continuing students, which include placement, video, web, make-up tests, and other course and program assessments.
Career Services offers computerized career assessments and career planning to help students determine career goals and thus a college major. For more information, contact Nikki Anderson at 276-523-9105, NAnderson@mecc.edu or visit H132 in the Student Services Suite of Holton Hall.
MECC’s Transfer Services assists students who wish to pursue their education beyond the Associates degree. Services include one on one advising sessions, transfer fairs, course equivalency planning, campus visits, as well as assistance with college applications. For more information, visit your advisor, Beth Boggs Kelly at 276-523-9106, email@example.com or visit H132 in the Student Services Suite of Holton Hall.
Mission Statement for Great Expectations:
To help Virginia’s foster youth to complete high school, gain access to a community college education, earn a postsecondary educational credential, and transition successfully to independence which includes a career with a family sustaining wage.
Great Expectations offers educational and supportive services to youth ages 13-24 who are or were in foster /kinship/special needs adoptive relationships to help them achieve academic, independent and personal success. Youth in the Great Expectations program develop career and personal goals. Career goals include the opportunity to earn a National Career Readiness Certificate. The Great Expectations Career Coach offers support and guidance to youth, helping them succeed, not only with college plans and independent living skills, but with their futures.
For more information, call 276-523-9030 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Unexpected Financial Emergency Assistance
This program is designed to help students stay in college when faced with an unforeseen financial emergency. Through this program, students may receive financial assistance to get them through their emergency. Eligible students must have a cumulative GPA of 2.0, not be a first semester student, and be enrolled in at least 6 credit hours. In order to determine eligibility and if need meets approved criteria, students seeking assistance should contact Student Services at 276-523-9107 or Student Services Suite of Holton Hall.
The general philosophy of Mountain Empire Community College in the area of student conduct is based upon the concept that students are adults and should enjoy the rights and responsibilities of adult citizenship. Accordingly, the State Board for Community Colleges and Mountain Empire Community College have established regulations that are essential to the protection of freedom, life, and property of all members of the campus community.
For more information, contact the Office of Student Services.
Who We Are
· Lelia Bradshaw – Dean of Student Services , 276-523-9107, email@example.com
· Denise Collins – Administrative Office Specialist III, 276-523-7472, firstname.lastname@example.org
· Christina Fraley – Great Expectations and Single Stop Coordinator, 276-523-9030, email@example.com
· Beth Boggs Kelly- Coordinator of Advising, 276-523-9106, firstname.lastname@example.org
· Dale Lee- Disability Services & Student Leadership, 276-523-9108, email@example.com
· Student Services – firstname.lastname@example.org
· Testing Center – email@example.com
The Office of Student Services is located in Holton Hall (H128).