The following are campus-wide resources available to all College of Marin students, including Umoja students. If you are interested in Umoja specific resources, please visit <Community Benefits>. Umoja students may access any of the following campus resources and programs.
Counseling offers academic, career and personal counseling appointments, instruction, and referrals to services that promote your success.
COM Cupboard supports enrolled students who may be in need and raises the visibility of the challenge of food insecurity in our community. They provide both pre-packaged items suitable for an on-campus lunch or meal and the opportunity to fill a reusable grocery bag with various pantry items, as well as fresh produce. All you need is a valid student ID.
CARE is an additional support program for EOPS students who are single parents with a child/children under 14 years old and currently receiving CalWORKs (cash aid)/TANF.
The CalWORKs program at the College of Main works in partnership with the County of Marin to support students who are receiving CalWORKs (cash aid)/TANF, by providing the educational and support services that will encourage their success and entry or re-entry into the workforce.
The EOPS Program at College of Marin strives to create a supportive educational environment that honors the complex needs of our diverse students. Our goal is to provide over and above services to educationally and economically disadvantaged students to help them reach their educational goals.
SAS at College of Marin provides equal access to education to students with a wide range of permanent and temporary disabilities including learning disabilities, chronic health conditions, psychological disabilities, acquired brain injuries as well as mobility, vision, and hearing impairments.
All registered students, regardless of insurance, are eligible for the same no charge or low-cost student health services care. The Student Health Center is staffed by a Nurse Practitioner and health services assistants who are ready to help students maintain their health. Physician appointments are also available.
The Transfer and Career Center offers information, resources, and activities related to Career and Major Exploration, Student Employment Services, and Transfer. Students can explore majors, college choices, transfer pathways, careers, and employment opportunities.
There are several computer labs on Kentfield Campus and Indian Valley Campus for COM students to work on your academics, study, research, and write papers.
The Veteran and Military Student Resource Center welcomes all active duty, veterans/service members, reserve and dependents, regardless of VA eligibility