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LAPTOP AND HOTSPOT LOANS
All Fall 2020 IVC enrolled students are invited to apply. The loan program offers Hotspots and two laptop options: Chromebooks and Windows 10 devices. Supplies are limited. To apply for either a laptop and/or Hotspot, please visit Technology Services – Laptops and Technology Services – Hotspots. For questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
FREE LEGAL CONSULTATIONS
Offered through the Dream Scholars Program students are able to request 30-minute appointments to consult on issues of immigration and citizenship. Submit an interest form here.
Have you experienced unexpected financial stress due to an illness, accident, a natural disaster, or the death of a family member? The IVC Foundation can provide supplemental financial resources when members of our campus community find themselves in the midst of an emergency. To apply, visit IVC Emergency Relief Fund.
GROCERY GIFT CARDS
The Food Resource Center is offering $50 Albertsons e-gift Cards to students while supplies last. Students can email Monica Perez to set up an appointment to receive this resource.
MEDICAL ASSISTANCE AND INFORMATION
The Health and Wellness Center offers tele-health visits with medical providers via phone or video for currently registered students. We offer full medical services for any of your needs which include exams, prescriptions, Zoom meetings to discuss medical concerns, and much more. Consider our Health & Wellness Center your virtual "urgent care." For more information, please visit our website or call the Ask-A-Nurse phone line at 949-451-5687.
Our Mental Health Therapists are here to help you with any needs you may have while at home. If you're feeling isolated, depressed or anxious please call 951-451-5687 for an appointment. We will then set up a Zoom meeting with you to discuss your concerns and help you build tools and skills to get through this semester feeling healthy. Visit Health and Wellness Center – Mental Wellness for more information.
ADDITIONAL STUDENT RESOURCES FOR REMOTE LEARNING
Please visit Student Resources for Remote Learning for a list of resources available to IVC students as well as in our community.
Looking to connect with your community here at IVC? Find groups for Dreamer and Undocumented students, LGBTQIA+, those experiencing food and housing insecurities, current and former foster youth, students age 25 years and older, students of color, and so much more…
Learn more by visiting our Find Community webpage.
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