DCCC hosted Philip J. Roundtree’s “#Yougoodman?: A Conversation on Wellness” workshop on Feb. 11 at the Marple campus to explore various aspects of men’s mental health.
Photos by Ke’Aysha Strand-Young & Sydney Matthews
There is something new at Delaware County Community College this semester. The new Student Resource Center, which opened on Jan. 13, is a one-stop shop to serve the needs of at-risk students, according to Dr. Kendrick Mickens, director of Student Outreach and Support, who believes more students need help nowadays.
Spring semester is in full swing and for many students that means balancing their classes with work, family lives, and their physical and mental health.
Samia C., 17, a math and natural science major from Philadelphia, would prefer to go to the Upper Darby Center, but the satellite campus doesn’t offer the classes she needs, so she has been taking SEPTA to Marple campus.
DCCC held a blood bank hosted by the Red Cross between 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Jan. 22 and 23 in the Academic Building Cafe.