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Theme of the Month:  "United We Are...."
Greetings CPPS Phamily!,

I hope that you had a safe and enjoyable holiday weekend. We have come to Week 4 of the fall 2020 semester. By now, you should have had an opportunity to interact with your faculty advisor, course instructors and at least a few fellow students. If you have not done so, I strongly encourage you to do so this week.
In keeping with our September theme of the many benefits of “Unity”, our focus this week is “United We Are Strong. Undoubtedly, there is strength in a unified purpose. Working together towards the goal of a successful semester provides individual and collective benefit. The following quotes attest to the power of standing united.
“Unity is strength, division is weakness. (Swahili Proverb)
“We are only as strong as we are united, as weak as we are divided. (J.K. Rowling)
Remember, the strength of our college depends on each of us doing our part. “United We Are Strong”!
Rocket Regards,
Dr. Holiday-Goodman

The Office of Student Affairs is available to meet your advising needs

Please note that OSA will be available remotely - 
Monday-Friday from 8:30am-12:00pm and 1:00pm-5:00pm. 

Ms. Jaime or Dr. Holiday-Goodman will be present in the HSC Office -
Monday-Friday from 10:00AM - 3:00PM

Please note that Ms. Deb Sobczak will be working remotely and available -
Monday-Friday from 9:00 am-6:00 pm.

Our office can be reached via email at or feel free to call 419-383-1559 and someone will get back to you as soon as possible.                      
To better serve you during this time please use the following academic advising options:

1) EMAIL your advising questions: (Any student) (PREP) (Prof. Div.)

2) PHONE appointment through Appointment Plus - 
    Your Academic Advisor will call YOU at the time of your appointment:
    #419.530.1970 (PREP)
    #419-383-1904 (Prof. Div.)

3) SKYPE appointment through Appointment Plus - 
    Log into Skype on your computer and your Academic Advisor will video call        you at the time of your appointment. Provide your Skype contact name in          the Special Instructions box.

If any student has questions or concerns regarding accommodations during this remote learning period, please contact Dr. Holiday-Goodman at


As the fall semester is now underway, please remember these important safety tips:
  1. Remember to wear a mask and practice social distancing and frequent hand washing/cleaning. If you have a face-to-face class, please check your temperature daily before coming to class.
  1. If you are experiencing symptoms or have been diagnosed with COVID-19 or if you have interacted with someone who is exhibiting symptoms or has been diagnosed with COVID-19, please follow the University guidelines on quarantining/isolation found here:  Please do not attend a face-to-face class until you have met the criteria to do so safely.
  1. Feel free to direct questions to Dr. Monica Holiday-Goodman, CPPS COVID-19 Advocate at Let’s work together to keep one another safe!

For University updates related to COVID-19, go to
For information on various services available to you during this period, go to Information on available mental health services, the food pantry, Rocket aid, transportation support, and medical services is provided here.
Quick Links
Food Pantry -
The Counseling Center (offering free phone and virtual support services)
Student Wellness Center
Learning Enhancement Center (offering online tutoring services)
Rocket Aid


17th Annual International Human Trafficking & Social Justice Conference

Held virtually September 23-25, 2020 

This conference is a great opportunity for students to:
  • Learn from, and network with, scholars and experts from all over the world.
  • Attend a professional conference.
  • Learn about human trafficking and human rights issues.
Registration for UToledo students, staff and faculty is FREE; all you need to register is your Rocket ID number. Registration is open now on our website. Students, staff and faculty must register for the conference by Sept. 15 in order to attend.

For more information on the conference please visit
Family Weekend 2020

Family Weekend is an annual tradition that typically occurs on campus every fall semester. This exciting series of events engages our Rockets’ parents, families and siblings all weekend long!

This fall semester, Family Weekend is going virtual, celebrating our theme: “Oh, The Digital Places You’ll Go!” All weekend long, we’ll be offering an array of free events and opportunities via our Family Weekend Facebook group. In this group, you’ll be able to participate in virtual events with your students and fellow Rocket families from the comfort of your home.

To find out more about all the digital places you’ll go, check out our Family Weekend website. There, you’ll learn how to register for Family Weekend and learn about our Rocket Family Swap — a chance to connect to another Rocket Family and share something from your hometown. The website also includes important details on how to join the Family Weekend 2020 Facebook Group and see the full schedule of events. 

Austin Fletcher Memorial Golf Tournament and Fund
September 27, 2020 
1:30PM Shotgun Start
Legacy Golf Club
7677 US 223
Ottawa Lake, MI 49267

Several students who knew Austin best have done an amazing job of putting together a memorial golf tournament that will benefit the Austin Fletcher Memorial Fund.

Contest for Long Drive, Putting, Closest to Pin, & Hockey Shot.
$100 per player or $400 per team
Includes meal and drink, door prizes, grand prizes & giveaways.

Payment due by September 26, 2020

If  you have any questions about the golf tournament or would like to sponsor a hole please contact Brandyn Hall at 419-356-9358.

If you would like to donate a basket to raffle off please contact Danah Schemine at 419-704-5217

If you can't join for the tournament but would like to donate to the Austin Fletcher Memorial Fund you can do so at


For information and events happening please visit the Office of Diversity and Inclusion website at


The Global Pandemic. Social Unrest. Politics. Challenging Coursework. These are just a few of the things happening right now that can affect our emotional well-being.

Join us to take a short break from the noise during our new “Wellness Wednesdays” check-in chats held from 12:00 – 12:30 during the weekly Wednesday College Hour.

The sessions will be hosted by Dr. Holiday-Goodman, from the Office of Student Affairs and Ms. Sue Lee, MPH, from the Dean’s office. Join us for breathing exercises, relaxing, reflective activities, and friendly conversation.  

Use the Web Ex Link below to participate tomorrow September 9th from 12:00-12:30 PM. We hope to see you there!
When it's time, join your Webex meeting here.
Meeting number (access code): 172 715 9528
Meeting password: 34s67SpJWwQ 
Join meeting

Tap to join from a mobile device (attendees only) 
+1-415-655-0002,,1727159528## US Toll 

Join by phone 
+1-415-655-0002 US Toll 
Global call-in numbers 

Information about printing on campus and in CPPS Resource Centers
As you may have read in the email from the Provost’s Office on 8/19/20, the deadline to turn a class from normal grading, to Pass/No Credit, has been extended.
Instead of 15 days, students now have until 10/16/20 to submit the Pass/No Credit form.
The online form can be found at: Pass/No Credit form. You can submit the form to for review, approval and processing.
Remember that CPPS students cannot turn science or calculus classes into Pass/No Credit. Also, our college set the maximum number of Pass/No Credit hours at 7 (excluding any PC/PE/NE hours from Spring 2020).
If you have any questions or need clarification, please email

Workforce Recruitment Program (WRP)
Student Registration for the 2021 Recruitment Year of the Workforce Recruitment Program is open! Students and recent graduates with disabilities may visit and take their first step towards opportunities for federal employment. To register, students should visit and click on the Student Registration button.

 Students must register and complete a new application each year to continue to be a part of the program. Students have until October 7 to complete their registration.

For questions regarding this opportunity please contact the Office of Student Disability Services at 419.530.4981 or by email at

UT Health Science Campus Student Services

The HSC Student Service Center is open Monday through Friday 8:30 am to 5:00 pm except holidays with limited staffing.  

Masks are REQUIRED to enter Mulford Library and the Student Services Suite for in person visits. 

To protect everyone during COVID 19 we strongly encourage everyone to contact us via phone at 419-383-3600 

Option 1 Student Accounts and Financial Aid
Option 2 Registrar's Office

or email at:

HSC Student Services           
Financial Aid                          
HSC Registrar’s Office          

Any appointments that are requested are made by WebEx, no in person meetings are permitted in private offices.

Any documents such as drop/add forms should be signed and emailed to us at .

Student College of Clinical Pharmacy (SCCP)

SCCP is running a fundraiser by selling cloth masks with science/pharmacy-related patterns. They have adjustable ear straps and a flexible nose piece, you can stay safe in style! The cost is 13$ a mask, the orders are due September 18th.  You can place your order here:

SCCP is holding the 7th Annual Trivia Night virtually this year! On September 18th at 6:30 pm, it will be held over Zoom, and there is no cost for admission, but we are accepting donations for the CCC in lieu of a participation cost. All are welcome: friends, parents, roommates!  Sign up here:

SCCP is selling white coat clipboards. They will hold all your papers, can fold to fit in the pockets of your white coat, and they have a whole bunch of clinical information (normal lab values, equations) on the outside for reference! The cost is 30$, or 43$ if you would like your name engraved on it. There is a choice of colors- these are a great investment to have for IPPE and APPE experiences!  You can place your order here:

Questions regarding any of the SCCP events should be emailed to

Interested in joining a Pharmacy fraternity?
Come check out Alpha Zeta Omega, the Co-Ed Pharmacy fraternity
Informational meetings will be held on Zoom
September 2nd and 9th at 8:30pm

AZO is a great way to network and build a brotherhood that will help you through Pharmacy school.

We can't wait to meet everyone!

Those interested please contact Matthew Tauzik at 
To submit items for the weekly newsletter please email Nina Jaime at by the Thursday prior to the Tuesday publication date. Items must be submitted in Microsoft Word text to ensure accessibility for all readers.

Nominate a fellow student for student of the month!
Nominations are due by 11:59 p.m. on the last day of the month. 

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