L288 – Academic Center
email@example.com – Marsha Nusbaum, Director of Academic Services
https://carrollcc.instructure.com/courses/1070 – Canvas Course Site
https://www.carrollcc.edu/resources/advising-class-support/tutoring/ – Academic Tutoring Page
- Academic Services offers a combination of on campus tutoring in the Academic Center (L288) and online tutoring through Microsoft Teams. To take advantage of this free support, please join the Academic Services Canvas Course site.
- For help with registration, course/transfer planning, selecting a program of study and more, schedule an appointment with your advisor.
- Career Development will help you focus on your career needs, develop a plan to achieve your goals and prepare you for the changing employment market.
- Transfer Center admissions counselors are here to help students planning on transferring to Carroll or from Carroll, and they can provide you with an estimate of many classes will successfully transfer. Contact the advising office for more information.
- Campus Police is staffed by highly trained personnel, including seven full-time, sworn special police officers and several part-time special police officers and public safety officers.
- Officers respond to, investigate, and report all crimes and incidents for proper action. To prevent crime and enforce college policies, officers provide routine vehicle and foot patrols, enforce parking regulations, issue parking citations, and provide escort service for individuals to vehicles when required or requested.
- The Campus Police Office is located in A137 in the A Building.
8123 – From a classroom or hallway telephone, for any police service on campus.
410-386-8123 – From an external phone.
410-386-8123 – For non – emergencies during regular office hours or
410-386-8000 For non – emergencies after hours.
410-386-8123 – When in the parking lot and use the “Help Locator” signs to report
your location to the call taker.
410-848-5479 – Fax
www.facebook.com/carrollmediation – Facebook
- Resolve Conflicts Productively. The CCCMC offers free conflict coaching, mediation, and facilitation services to county residents at times and locations convenient to participants (*now including virtual appts). We also offer professional training in conflict management, which can be catered to your organization’s needs.
- The Mediation Center provides a safe and neutral environment for people who are experiencing conflict with families, friends, neighbors, landlords, tenants, businesses, consumers, co-workers or within organizations.
- To take advantage of mediation services or learn about volunteer opportunities:
Carroll Food Locker
- The Carroll Food Locker Program (CFLP) offers grocery assistance to Carroll Community College faculty, staff, and students in need.
- All students, credit and non-credit, who are registered for the current semester and current faculty and staff can participate. No financial information is required to determine eligibility.
- To sign up for the Food Locker, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Food items vary from week to week, but primarily consist of canned foods, dry goods, and limited amounts of frozen meats and produce.
- We also have a limited supply of hygiene products. Clients can sign up for an appointment by emailing email@example.com or calling 410-386-8500.
- The Food Locker is located on the lower level of the Great Hall, under the stairs and across from the vending machines.
- If you have any questions about Food Locker, please contact Diane DeAtley at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Monday: 11 a.m. -3 p.m. Tuesday: 1 – 4 p.m. Wednesday: 10:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. Thursday: 3 – 6 p.m. Friday: 10 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Child Development Center – Littlest Learners
1601 Washington Road, K135, Westminster, MD 21157
email@example.com Email for Fees & Registration Application
- Provides a safe, pre-school environment for children (ages 2-5) of college students, employees, and the Offers flexible schedules, from 1 to 5 days a week, in the morning, afternoon or all day. Student and sibling discounts are available.
- Check website for information about hours, available year-round, half & full-day openings.
- Carroll’s bookstore sells textbooks, supplies, discounted software, clothing, gifts, graduation items and much more. You can visit the Bookstore or purchase many of these items online.
Search, purchase, and rent textbooks, as well as view Carroll’s textbook-buying options.
- Democracy Lab is an experimental, non-partisan initiative aimed at fostering our community’s commitment to the project of American citizenship.
Disability Support Services
- Carroll Community College is committed to making academic learning and personal growth as accessible as possible for every student. The College fosters an environment sensitive to every student’s needs and unique circumstances.
- Follow the instructions on the Disability Support Services page for current students to make an accommodations/services request of the Disability Support Services office.
410-386-8340 – Reference Desk
410-386-8330 – Circulation Desk
- The mission of the Carroll Community College Library and Media Center is to empower its users by creating an environment conducive to the advancement of information literacy. It offers services for students and faculty in tutorials, subject research databases, research guides, citing/evaluating, media, among others.
- Please contact a librarian if you have any questions.
Office of Student Care and Integrity
A117 – Office
firstname.lastname@example.org – Dr. DaVida Anderson. Director of Student Care and Integrity
- If you or someone else is dealing with a mental health, human services, and/or a behavioral/academic conduct concern, please raise your hand in Starfish or complete a webform by clicking on the Student Concern Report Icon on a College desktop computer to notify the Director, Dr. DaVida Anderson, and she will collaborate with a team to provide necessary support/resources.
- If you or someone else needs help with mental/emotional and/or human services, or anything else related to your well-being or academic conduct, please “raise your hand” in Starfish and complete a Student Concern Report.
- Alternatively, you can complete a web form by clicking on the Student Concern Report Icon on a College desktop computer. The Director of Student Care and Integrity will work with a team to reach out and provide you with support and/or resources.
A118 – Office
- Student Engagement offers a variety of activities and programs including Student Clubs and Organizations, Student Government, Leadership Opportunities, Service Learning, Volunteer Opportunities, and more.
- If you have ideas regarding planning and programming, please share them with Student Engagement.
- The testing center serves students according to the standards of the National College Testing Association (insert link: https://www.ncta-testing.org/list-of-standards-subscribers)
- Carroll Community College is authorized to provide proctoring for the following test services:
- Pearson VUE
- Testing is by appointment only.
- Request a testing appointment through the Testing Center page or call 410-386-8450.
- Title IX is a federal civil right that prohibits sex discrimination in education. it is a prohibition against sex-based discrimination in education. It addresses discrimination against pregnant and parenting students and gender discrimination in educational programs. It also addresses sexual harassment, gender-based discrimination, and sexual violence. Title IX applies to all students, faculty, and staff.
- Read the Sexual Misconduct/Title IX (insert link: http://www.carrollcc.edu/sexual-misconduct) page to learn what steps to take if you experience sexual misconduct.
- Please contact the Title IX Coordinator, Melody Moore at 410-386-8412 or ; or visit the Sexual Misconduct/Title IX page.