Community Resources Toolkit

S.T.E.P.S. combines both academic and non-academic support to increase retention rates. The Community Resources Toolkit, which is aligned with Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, was developed to link students to non-academic supports. The Community Resources Toolkit provides a list of over 200 community resources including food, shelter, clothing and transportation.

Tuesday Talks: Franklin Campus Conversation: Suffolk

Join these informal, 30 minute conversations each week to plug in at Paul D. Camp Community College. Relevant, engaging topics are designed with busy students in mind. Sessions are open to everyone. Visit each page for session topics, dates, times, locations, and a selection of useful documents.

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