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CMU Counseling Center at MACC - Columbia

Free counseling is available on the MACC-Columbia campus for all MACC students through a partnership with Central Methodist University. The Clinical Counseling Center is staffed with CMU graduate students who are in their final year of the counseling program, and are under the supervision of the practicum instructor, clinical supervisor and the clinical director.

To schedule an appointment, call (573) 234-1067 ext. 12270 or email . The center is located in Parkade Room 132. A referral is not necessary to make an appointment, and walk-ins are always welcome during open hours.

Personal and confidential counseling helps students address issues such as the following:

  • · self-esteem, self-confidence, and self-worth
  • · adjustment issues (starting college, moving, new job, etc.)
  • · test anxiety
  • · stress
  • · relationships (family, friends, partners)
  • · depression
  • · anxiety

Hours, Location, and Contact

Tuesdays, 9a-6p
Wednesdays, 10a-4p
Parkade Room 132

Students attending other MACC campuses must be willing to travel to the Columbia campus for appointments. If long-term or more intensive therapy is deemed necessary, the counselor can make an appropriate referral to an off-campus provider.

Clinic Director

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Tara Vossenkemper, MA, LPC
Assistant Professor | Central Methodist University
Director | Clinical Counseling Center
Moberly Area Community College, Parkade Room 132
(573) 234-1067 ext. 12260

Counselor

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Tim Fitzpatrick

Counselor

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John Shackelford

 

SeniorSummerStart

IT'S OUR GRADUATION GIFT TO YOU!

The MACC Senior Summer Start Program allows students to enroll in up to three (3) credit hours during the summer immediately following high school graduation or completion of high school equivalency as determined by our general admission requirements. Participants in the MACC Summer Start Program are responsible for textbooks and lab fees. Classes may be taken at any instructional site of MACC, including hybrid and virtual. Online classes are not included in this program. To enroll or for more information, see your guidance counselor or call MACC at 660-263-4100 ext. 11331 and ask about the Senior Summer Start Program.

 

Classes Start: June 5, 2017

Communicable Diseases Policy

 

MACC endeavors to provide its employees and students with a safe work and learning environment. This policy is intended to prevent the transmission of communicable diseases for members of the MACC community. Communicable diseases include, but are not limited to, measles, influenza, viral hepatitis-A (infectious hepatitis), viral hepatitis-B (serum hepatitis), human immunodeficiency virus (HIV infection), AIDS, Ebola Virus, meningococcal disease, and tuberculosis. A student/employee with a communicable disease may present a reasonably foreseeable risk of harm to others. Therefore, the College will take action in accordance with this policy to minimize the risk of transmission and to maintain a safe campus and educational environment. Some College departments have additional restrictions and procedures that must be followed due to the nature of the educational environment.

 

Responsible Conduct

Individuals who know they have a communicable disease or who have a reasonable basis for believing that they have a communicable disease have an obligation to conduct themselves responsibly for their own protection and the protection of other members of the MACC community. Employees/students with communicable diseases must not knowingly engage in any activity that creates a material risk of transmission to others.

 

Reporting

Members of the MACC community who know or suspect that they are infected are expected to seek expert advice about their health circumstances and are obligated ethically and legally to conduct themselves responsibly in accordance with such knowledge for the protection of others. Employees who know they are infected are urged to share that information with the Director of Human Resources. A student should contact the Dean of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management. Written notification will be provided of the procedural safeguards as set forth in the College's compliance plan for section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, if applicable.

 

Preventative Procedures

During certain communicable disease outbreaks such as a large epidemic or pandemic, all members of the MACC community may be subject to requirements imposed by federal and or state and local authorities. MACC will follow guidelines as outlined by the United States Center for Disease Control and Prevention. This may include requirements that individuals who travel to and from countries with active communicable disease outbreaks report such travel and may also include testing and screenings considered medically appropriate prior to returning to work or school. This would also apply to students coming from such countries, and students residing in MACC's dorms (167.638 RS/MO). MACC study abroad programs may also be suspended and registration or position appointments delayed under such provisions.

 

Mandatory Testing for Tuberculosis (Missouri Revised Statutes 199.290)

State law mandates that all higher education institutions in Missouri implement a targeted testing program for tuberculosis on their campuses for all on-campus students and faculty upon matriculation. All MACC students who are determined through the admissions application to be at risk of tuberculosis will be required to be TB tested. All MACC faculty who are determined through the employment application process to be at risk of tuberculosis will be required to be TB tested. Testing can be done at any local county health department. Any student who does not comply with the targeted testing program shall not be permitted to maintain enrollment in the subsequent semester at the institution. Any faculty member who does not comply with the targeted testing program risks disciplinary action, up to and including termination.

 

Mandatory Vaccination against Bacterial Meningitis (Missouri Revised Statutes 174.335)

All students residing in MACC residence hall facilities will be required to have received the meningococcal vaccine unless a signed statement of medical or religious exemption is on file with the admission's office. A student shall be exempted from the immunization requirement of this section upon signed certification by a physician indicating that either the immunization would seriously endanger the student's health or life or the student has documentation of the disease or laboratory evidence of immunity to the disease. A student shall be exempted from the immunization requirement if he or she objects in writing to the institution's administration that immunization violates his or her religious beliefs.

 

Reporting and Review Requirements for Certain Communicable Diseases

Individuals who know they have a communicable disease or who have a reasonable basis for believing that they have a communicable disease have an obligation to conduct themselves responsibly for their own protection and the protection of other members of the MACC community. Employees/students with communicable diseases must not knowingly engage in any activity that creates a material risk of transmission to others.

 

Restrictions and Modifications on Employment or Academic Activities

Decisions regarding restrictions on modifications of employment and academic duties/activities and access to facilities or programs as a result of a communicable disease will be made on a case-by-case basis, when possible, depending on the type and nature of the communicable disease, the nature of work or work setting, and the risk to the health of the individual or others. Such restrictions or modifications may include, among other things, changes in job function, location, course format, or work schedule, and/or change in work setting. MACC shall make efforts to implement such decisions as discreetly and confidentially as possible, with as little harm as possible to the person, his/her career/educational studies, and his/her standing in the community.

 

Confidentiality

MACC recognizes the importance of protecting, to the greatest extent possible, the confidentiality and privacy interests of all employees and students suspected of having a communicable disease. Accordingly, such information will be handled with the same degree of care and sensitivity as is accorded to other types of highly confidential information. MACC will disclose sensitive medical information of employees and students no further than is necessary to ensure the health and safety of MACC employees and students.

 

Articulation Agreements

Secondary Schools to Moberly Area Community College

Associated Electric Cooperative, Inc.

 

Brookfield Area Career Center

 

Cisco Networking Academy

 

Columbia Career Center

 

Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

 

Hannibal Career and Technical Center

 

Kirksville Area Technical Center

 

Knox County R-I High School

 

Macon Area Career and Technical Center

 

MATCOR

 

Mexico Davis H. Hart Career Center

 

Moberly Area Technical Center

 

Quincy Vocational Technical

 

Randolph County Ambulance District

 

Moberly Area Community College to Colleges and Universities

 

Central Christian College of the Bible

 

Chamberlain College of Nursing

 

Central Methodist University

 

Columbia College

 

Culver Stockton

 

Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

 

Hannibal LaGrange College

 

Kansas State University

 

Northwest Missouri State University

 

Palmer College of Chiropractic

 

Stephens College

 

Truman State University

Associate of Arts to Baccalaureate Degree Programs

 

University of Missouri-Columbia and MACC Articulation Agreement

 

University of Missouri Science and Technology and MACC Articulation Agreement

 

Westwood College of Aviation

 

William Woods University

 

Missouri Reverse Transfer

MRTWhat is MISSOURI REVERSE TRANSFER?

The process of allowing college students or former college students who have completed credits for an associate's degree to receive that degree even if they have transferred to a different college or university, or stopped out of higher education altogether.

Missouri has moved forward with a statewide policy to help more Missourians earn a degree.

For more detailed information on Missouri Reverse Transfer take a look at the Missouri Department of Higher Education website.

What are the BENEFITS?

  • Earn your Associates Degree while pursuing your bachelor's degree
  • Possible Career Advancement with earned associate degrees
  • Qualify for More Jobs
  • A degree can help you earn more money
  • Possibly meet general education requirements at your 4 year transfer institution

Are you ELIGIBLE?

You must have earned a minimum of 15 credit hours at a single two-year institution to be eligible for a reverse transfer degree. Students are not eligible for the program if they currently possess an associate degree or higher.

If you have questions regarding the Reverse Transfer process, please contact the MACC Reverse Transfer Coordinator
Amy See

573-231-0941

Do you have questions?

Get your answers from your campus Reverse Transfer Coordinator or through our FAQ.