We provide a lot of different resources and services for students, and can be your advocate if you are struggling to find your voice. If you're not sure if we can help, just ask! If we don't know the answer, we will find someone who does.
- I am a student. Do I need to fill out a CCN referral form for myself?No, you can self refer and get support by dropping in to the Dean of Students Office (USU 3500) or by contacting the Cougar Care Network at (760) 750-7627 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- What are some reasons a student might be referred to CCN?
Faculty/Staff/Family should fill out a CCN referral when they have concerns about:
- Academics (e.g. poor academic performance, at risk of failing course, etc.)
- Behavioral (e.g. disruptive behavior, conduct, etc.)
- Personal challenges (e.g. family crisis, death in the family, significant life changes, financial concerns, etc.)
- What are some reasons I might want to refer myself?
Anytime students have questions, seek resources or want to address concerns.
- Academics (e.g. poor performance, at risk of failing course, course withdrawal, etc.)
- Personal challenges (e.g. overwhelming anxiety, personal/family crisis, death in the family, significant life changes, financial concerns, etc.)
- My professor referred me to CCN...so now what?A member of Cougar Care Network will contact you by phone or email and will invite you to set up a time to chat. The goal of CCN is to provide you with information, resources, and support to help you resolve any issues or concerns that may be getting in the way of your academics.
- Where can I access resources to support my basic needs (food, shelter, financial barriers,
etc)?(See Basic Needs tab, above)
- How do I get help accessing off-campus resources?