PDA Series: Community College Libraries Collaborating with Student Services to Encourage Student Growth

Tuesday, June 8, 2021 - 12:00pm to 2:00pm

Presented by Brittany Champion, Dr. Katrina Arnold, Danielle Poyner, and Darrick Mullins from Pitt Community College.

Community Colleges are a critical education pathway to prepare students of all backgrounds for four-year college/university, the workforce, or continuing education. Each department contributes a variety of elements to a student's success, thus aiding in their academic, social, and mental growth during their academic tenure. Internal partnerships are beneficial to all those involved, in addition to cultivating an equitable space to learn, spread awareness, and increase the use of campus resources. Presenters from Pitt Community College will discuss how departmental partnerships have helped to ease the pressures of collegiate stress, the benefits of partnering, and highlights of programming during the pandemic. This session is part of the NC LIVE DEIA Learning Series - a variety of webinars in June dedicated to showcasing the efforts of our member libraries in advancing equity and inclusion.

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