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The Don't Cancel Class Program

The LiveWell Office will offer “Don’t Cancel Class” this semester. We continue to work with campus partners to provide educational presentations on a variety of topics should you need to cancel a class. If you know that you will be missing a class, you or your administrative specialists are asked to call or email using the contact information listed beside your chosen session. In Fall 2021, several participating departments will be offering presentations in the online environment, as noted below.

We will be happy to take attendance during the class. It is preferred that you call in advance to schedule a presentation, though we will make every effort to cover all requests. Thank you for your support of this program which aims to help all of our students take advantage of every possible educational moment to engage in their holistic development.

This semester we will highlight the following programs:




Campus Dining 101 
*virtual and in-person
An opportunity for students to learn more about the variety of healthy and nutrient-dense options that can be found in our campus dining facilities. Students will also learn about new campus dining initiatives and resources available to help them make more informed choices for their individual health and wellness needs. LiveWell Office
Living Well at CCU   
*virtual and in-person
An interactive program which is designed to help students recognize the signs of stress and provide strategies and techniques to help manage stress levels. LiveWell Office
Conquering Conflict    *virtual and in-person This interactive session will address the many ways students experience conflict and effective techniques to manage conflict in interpersonal relationships. LiveWell Office
Step Up! Bystander Intervention          
*virtual and in-person
With a focus on:
• Depression/suicide OR
• Dating/domestic/sexual violence OR
• Alcohol/other drugs
LiveWell Office
Alcohol and Other Drugs    *virtual and in-person A presentation on current CCU student data as well as effects of alcohol and other drugs on college students. LiveWell Office
We CCyoU: A Deep Dive into Self-Awareness          *virtual and in person Intercultural and Inclusion Student Services (IISS) program offering An opportunity for students to take a deep dive into self-awareness using Johari’s Window to understand their role as a student at CCU and how they can make a difference on our campus. Joshua Moore

Teal Goes Green          *virtual and in person Learn about recycling, composting, sustainable, transportation, farmers markets, Pop-Up Thrift Shop, Campus Salvage, and many other items that help you go green. You will also hear how you can get involved at CCU and within the community Jeremy Monday


Making Sense of Financial Aid                         
*virtual and in person
Learn the financial aid and scholarships process from start to finish. The conversation will focus not only on applying for and receiving aid, but also maintaining eligibility. Financial Aid
Education Abroad 101 Session with The Center for Global Engagement        *virtual or in person Choosing to study, research or intern abroad is one of the best decisions a student can make and we are thrilled to help you navigate CCU’s semester, academic year and short-term experiences! To ensure you have the information you need to make an informed program choice, our student adviser regularly hosts virtual sessions for students interested in learning more about education abroad opportunities.Virtual Sessions: Tuesdays and Wednesdays, from noon to 1 p.m., on Zoom HERE or use Zoom Meeting ID: 952 1366 9467 Passcode: 99588177 In-person presentations are available on request. Center for Global Engagement


Full TRANSparency: Life of a Transman in small town America        
*virtual or in person
Discussion of terminology, transitioning, law, culture, institutions, health, advocacy, & support related to the Transgender community*Please provide 24-48 hours notice Greg Stephens

Gender and Popular Culture                  

Popular culture is never simply entertainment. It provides us with the stories, images, and scripts that enable us to imagine and practice our identities. This session teaches students how popular culture generates and articulates our understandings of gender and sexuality and their intersections with other identity markers such as race, class, and ability.CCU WGS Promotional Video 2020 Ina Seethaler
SAFE Response to Violence                 
The S.A.F.E. method is meant to empower individuals during a threatening situation and equip them with ideas and knowledge of what to do in dangerous situations by proactively providing a plan of action. The session will include both presentation and audience participation exercises that help promote the S.A.F.E. response to violence model. Capt. Bobby Pellerin
Livewell Office Recorded Workshops

Livewell Mental Health Workshop

Journaling for Self Discovering Workshop