Dean Vergara | Staff Writer
The director of Student Health and Psychological Services at RCC, Deborah Croan, announced Monday that the offices of Student Health and Psychological Services has relocated to Bradshaw 204 and is resuming service on a limited basis.
Phone lines are working again. Personal counseling, walk in crisis counseling and walk in medical visits with Registered Nurses will be offered on the main campus.
Students seeking to meet with doctors or nurse practitioners will have to go to either the Moreno Valley or Norco College campuses.
Dr. Edward Bush, Vice President of Student Services, has assured the relocation of Student Health and Psychological Services outsourcing to the Moreno Valley and Norco college campuses is only temporary.
This disruption to the regular routine and health services follows the aftermath of flash flooding that occurred on Thursday Aug. 29, during the first week of classes, which forced the closure of the entire RCC campus including Student Health and Psychological Service’s original location in the basement of the Bradshaw Building.
Students and professors have been notified of the news of location and service changes by way of emails and posted signs and social media such as Facebook and Twitter.It will be an estimated six to eight, but “the goal is to return to normal”.
Assessments are still being made to determine the extent of damages, but major issues have been with equipment and structure.
No important student records, which are digitally backed up, were harmed.