The Winona State University Outreach and Continuing Education Department will offer “College Life: Supporting Today’s Students in a Changing World, ” a class that identifies common issues that college students face, Nov. 2-3, in Coffman Hall, WSU-Rochester.
The course discusses the unique challenges college students face in their efforts to earn a degree and balance life tasks. The workshop will reveal resources available to students both on campus and in the community.
Veronica Johnson, assistant professor of counselor education has worked with college students in a variety of settings, including working as an advocate for the Student Assault Resource Center, counselor at the University Counseling and Psychological Services, and providing free and confidential HIV testing and counseling with college students.
The two-session course will be held 4-10 p.m. Friday, and 9 a.m.- 6 p.m. Saturday. Tuition is $175. Registered participants can earn one credit or 1.3 Continuing Education Credits (CEU’s).
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