Guidance and Resources

Guidance/Resources

The Student Success Center can provide guidance to students about questions they may have on WDT policies and procedures, such as the Student Code of Conduct and Student Complaint/Grievance Procedure.  Success Coaches will help a student understand what they need to do and, if needed, be present with the student during parts of the process.  The Student Success Coach is only there to provide guidance to the student through the appropriate processes.

 

The Student Success Center is also able to connect students with community resources to address situations that can affect their academic performance. These can include areas such as mental health, substance abuse, and child care.

Rapid City Community Resources & Links:

Black Hills Helping Hands – A brochure listing various resources organized by need.

Black Hills Behavioral Guide – A handbook of mental health providers and suicide support.

Behavioral Management Systems (BMS) – Mental counseling for adults, children, and families.

Crisis Care Center – 24/7 access to crisis stabilization for non-life threatening crisis with mental health of substance abuse issues. Counseling at the center is provided by Behavioral Management Systems