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Student Services Hours Spring 2022

Student services will be open for in-person and online services throughout the fall semester as long as it remains safe to do so. For specific information on which services are available and hours of operation, see below: 

STUDENT SERVICE

MODE OF SERVICE DELIVERY

IN-PERSON SERVICESIN-PERSON HOURS
Admissions & RecordsBoth Online and in PersonGeneral questions, registration,
transcripts, refunds
M-T-TH:        8am-5pm
W:                 8am-6pm
F :                 8am-1pm
Business ServicesBoth Online and in PersonM-TH            8am-5pm
F:                  8am-1pm
CalWorksBoth Online and in PersonServices, training programs TANF students.MTH:             8am-5pm
F:                  8am-1pm
Campus Technology Support ServicesBoth Online and in PersonM-TH            8am-5pm
F (Online):    8am-1pm
C.A.R.E  Clothing Closet  In Person only Career Apparel, hygiene items, and Resources.M-TH           12pm-4pm
Counseling AppointmentsOnline only  for Intersession  2022General questions, schedule appointment (academic).M-T-TH:        8am-5pm
W:                 8am-6pm
F (Online):    8am-1pm
Counseling Front Desk Both Online and in Person General questions, schedule appointmentsM-T-TH:        8am-5pm
W:                 8am-6pm
F:                  8am-1pm
Disabilities Support Program (DSP)Both Online and in Person General questions: accommodations, proctoring,
online counseling
M-TH:           8am-5pm
F:                  8am-1pm
DSP Test Proctoring Both Online and in Person  On a scheduled basis On a scheduled basis
Equity PlusBoth Online and in PersonEarly academic alert, support, access to resources and services to help academic probation and dismissal students get back on track for academic success.M-TH:           8am-5pm
F:                  8am-1pm
EVC F.R.E.S.H MarketIn Person Only Access to food, CalFresh applications, support servicesM-W            12pm-4pm,
TH:              1pm-5pm
Extended Opportunity Programs and Services: EOPS/CAREBoth Online and in PersonGeneral questions:
orientations, counseling appointments and services 
M-TH:          8am-5pm
F:                 8am-1pm
Financial AidBoth Online and in PersonGeneral questions on Financial AidM-T-TH:       8am-5pm
W:                8am-6pm
F:                 8am-1pm 
First Stop CenterBoth Online and in PersonGeneral questions: Registration, counselor appointments, add a class, my web, assessment testM-TH:          8am-5pm
F:                 8am-1pm
First Year Experience ProgramBoth Online and in PersonProvide services and resources tailored to first-time college freshmen with an emphasis of serving first generation studentsM-TH:          8am-5pm
F:                 8am-1pm
Health and Wellness Services  Both Online and in Person

Appointments, Health Services,
referrals, resources

In-person Counseling
(Mental Health) 

M-TH:          8am-5pm
F:                 8am-1pm
International Student ProgramBoth Online and in PersonGeneral questions:
orientations, and Services 
M-TH:          8am-5pm
F:                 8am-1pm
LibraryBoth Online and in PersonBorrowing Book pickup & drop off, copying, reference textbook access, Borrowing kindle and textbooks, Reference librarian, study spaceM-T              9am-4pm
W-TH           9am-7pm
F                  9am-1pm
SAT-SUN:    Closed
LRC Open Computer Lab Both Online and in Person Computer Help - Logging on, uploading files, printing, printing, copying, otherM-TH           8am-7pm
F                  9am-1pm
SAT-SUN:    Closed
Outreach & Advocacy Services for Immigrant Student Success (OASISS)Both Online and in PersonGeneral questions:
counseling, workshops, application assistance financial aid and AB 540 
M-TH:          8am-5pm
F:                 8am-1pm
OutreachBoth Online and in PersonGeneral questions:
campus tours, outreach and recruitment opportunities
M-TH :         8am-5pm
F:                 8am-1pm
Second Harvest Food DistributionIn Person Only Drive-Thru food distribution on campus
First and Third Friday of the
Month 9:30am-11:00am
F (1st & 3rd-In person)
Student LifeBoth Online and in Personbasic needs support services, student clubs, student government, student grievances, student conduct, ASG emergency funds, Grocery gift cards, CalFresh applications, Title IX

M-TH:          8am-5pm

F:                 8am-1pm

Transfer CenterOnline only for Intersession 2022NoneM-F:             8:30am-5pm
(Online)
TRIO Talent Search Both Online and in Person Federally funded pre-college TRIO program to assist low-income and potential first generation students successfully graduate high school and enroll in college.M-TH:          8am-5pm
F:                 8am-1pm
TRIO Upward BoundBoth Online and in PersonFederally funded pre-college TRIO program to assist low-income and potential first generation students successfully graduate high school, enroll and graduate college.M-TH:          8am-5pm
F:                 8am-1pm
Veterans Freedom CenterBoth Online and in PersonIntake, registration, computer lab & student lounge access M-TH:        8:30am-5:30pm
F:               8am-1pm
Work Experience/Career ServicesOnline only for Intersession 2022Work experience classes, career assessments, guidance, and planning resources. Unique work experience opportunities.

Hours Varies

Online

 

FAQ: Health and Safety

Are students, employees, and visitors required to wear masks while on SJECCD property?

Yes. Masks will continue to be required in shared spaces both indoors at all times while at EVC until further notice. Throughout the pandemic, we have maintained the health and safety of our students, employees, and the broader community we serve as our highest priority. As such, all students, employees, and visitors are required to wear masks while on EVC property regardless of vaccination status.

While masks are required in most settings on EVC property, there are some exceptions to the mask mandate. Masks are NOT required to be worn:

  • When an individual is alone in a room and visitors are not expected
  • While eating or drinking
  • While performing work-related tasks that cannot feasibly be performed while wearing a mask
  • If a medical condition or disability prevents the individual from wearing a mask and an accommodation has be granted through the interactive process
  • When communicating with an individual who is deaf or hard of hearing where lip reading is involved.

We will continue to monitor guidance from public health officials and regularly evaluate our mask mandate.

Will students or employees be required to be vaccinated in order to return to in-person classes and work?

Please see EVC COVID-19 Vaccine Requirement website for more details.

Will the Evergreen Valley College offer classes online or in-person in Spring 2022?

The spring 2022 schedule includes a mixture of both online and in-person classes.

For specific details on which classes are being offered online and which will be conducted in-person, please visit our class schedule: Evergreen Valley College Schedule of Classes

When will we be back to "normal?"

With the pandemic ongoing and another spike in cases due to the Omicron Variant, it is impossible to say when all restrictions will be lifted and we will return to pre-pandemic operations. 

We will continue to use the most current national, state, and local public guidance as well as feedback from College and District stakeholders and constituency groups to inform all decisions. With the dynamic and rapidly changing situation, much may change during the academic year. We will continue to work closely with our community on all of those discussions and keep everyone informed along the way.

Resources and Related Links

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Self-Check for Symptoms

As employees and students return to campus, we ask that everyone to do their part to keep our community healthy and safe. Before coming to campus or the District Office each day, please do a self-check for any of the following symptoms:

  • Fever or chills
  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
  • Fatigue
  • Muscle or body aches
  • New loss of taste or smell
  • Sore throat
  • Congestion or runny nose
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Diarrhea

If you are sick or are experiencing any of the above symptoms, then you must stay home. The above list does not include all possible symptoms. To learn more about symptoms, visit the Center for Disease Control.


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