Making Westshore Exceptional
Making Westshore Exceptional is a series of opportunities for students to provide feedback about their overall experience as a Westshore Campus student. Student feedback is utilized to impact change on campus in an effort to provide an excellent student experience. Making Westshore Exceptional comment cards and online comment forms are available throughout the semester. Additional opportunities vary.
Online Comment Form Disclaimer: This form is intended to collect questions and comments to improve the student experience at the Westshore Campus. The College maintains formal procedures to address student complaints, Grade Grievances, Title IX (sexual assault, harassment, stalking, and abuse), outlined in the Student Handbook. If you are a student seeking resolution for a formal complaint, please visit www.tri-c.edu/concerns to begin the appropriate process to communicate your concern.
Quick Notes from Previous Events
The following items were brought to the attention of Westshore Campus leadership and were addressed during previous Making Westshore Exceptional events.
- Public Transit at Westshore Campus Center – The College is exploring the opportunity to expand the current RTA bus line to the Westshore Campus Center. More information is forthcoming.
- Student Perks - Students can find information on a number of "student perks" by visiting My Tri-C Card Discounts.
- Food Service Options in the New Westshore Campus Center - The new Westshore Campus Center will feature a Greens to Go food service area complete with healthy hot and cold food options, quick grab-and-go snacks, and coffee.
- Bookstore Changes - The addition of food service in the new Westshore Campus Center will allow Barnes and Noble to provide additional texts in their current space as many of the food and drink options will be removed from the bookstore.
- Printing Allotment - Joint Student Council worked in collaboration with college-wide administration to have the print allotment for students increased from 200 to 250 pages per semester.
- Scholarship Eligibility - In order to be eligible for Tri-C scholarships, students must complete the FAFSA.
- Getting Involved - Students looking to get involved on campus can find a number of opporutinites on the Westshore Campus Student Engagement webpage.
- Campus Alert System - Students can stay updated on campus closures by signing up for Tri-C Alerts in My Tri-C Space.