Outreach Education Center
The Center for Outreach Education is open during the fall and spring semesters, when the college is in session. The center is closed over break periods and over the summer months. The Coordinator of Outreach Education works with individual community members and established groups to accomplish the following:
- Provides leadership within the Division of Student Affairs for Franklin Pierce University
student development programs and services in such areas as college adjustment, communication and relational skills, leadership skills, alcohol and other drug prevention, and sexual ethics.
- Works closely with the Offices of Residential Life, Student Activities, Campus Safety, and Campus Ministries to provide for the needs of the Franklin Pierce student community.
- Utilizes a variety of outreach mediums to educate students, including group sessions, residence hall workshops, classroom presentations, the department's web page and telephone/e-mail consultation.
- Develops and present sessions on a variety of student development topics, based on student and community needs.
- Provides limited individual counseling and assistance to students.
- Identifies, initiates and maintains contact with local mental health providers.
- Assists students to find suitable off-campus treatment providers.
- Develops a series of passive educational campaigns intended to address community and individual student needs.
- Creates promotional materials for the Center for Outreach Education, conduct outreach programs for students and maintain connections with student groups such as Student Government Association, Resident Assistants, and clubs.
- Manages crisis situations while the College is in session
- Train other professional and paraprofessional staff, so that they may be prepared to deal with crisis situations as they arise.
Referral Form (for internal use)
The Center for Outreach Education is located in Granite Hall, along side Health Services. The extension is 4133.