West Shore Community College’s Office of Student Services will reopen for in-person appointments for admissions, advising, and financial aid on July 20.
“While utilization of virtual services is encouraged, the college recognizes some students prefer a face-to-face visit. Social distancing and CDC guidelines will be followed and team members will assist students from entry to exit,” said Chad Inabinet, dean of student services.
Students wishing to schedule a meeting with the student services staff may use the following link: https://sugeni.us/cBi9. This link is for virtual appointments only (phone or Zoom), however, if a face-to-face appointment is preferred, call the office at 231-843-5510.
New students or those who have any other questions can contact the Student Services Office at email@example.com. Current students and those who have applied within the past two years, may schedule an advising appointment at the following link: https://sugeni.us/cBis
Limited, in-person appointments may also take place for students who are only able to pay tuition by cash. Appointments should be made 24 hours in advance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Credit card payments may be made online at any time.
Beginning July 21, the WSCC Bookstore will also be open for online orders, curbside service or shipping.
Curbside service will be available on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays between 8:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. Orders may be placed through the college’s online store: http://booksource.westshore.edu/Home. When selecting curbside as the shipping method, instructions for the pick-up will be provided.
The bookstore can also ship an order via UPS, however, shipping charges will be added to the order when it is processed.
The bookstore and Student Services Office are located in the Schoenherr Campus Center.
Registration for fall semester classes is underway for first-time, returning, and guest students and will continue to the first week of each term’s classes. The fall semester begins August 31 and ends December 18.
Due to the uncertainty of the future impact from the Coronavirus, classes currently scheduled to meet on campus may change to a hybrid or online format. If this occurs, students will need access to dependable technology, which includes a laptop or personal computer, web cam, stable internet access, and software specific to classes. Students who may be impacted by any of these changes should complete a Coronavirus CARE Form at https://www.westshore.edu/campus-life/care-team/.
The health and safety of the college community and the public is of the utmost importance, and the college continues to monitor the Covid-19 situation closely. The college has implemented a phased approach to reopening offices and additional campus operations. Masks are required in all public spaces on the college’s campus.