CCCC

UHS Counseling, College & Career Center (CCCC)
Welcome! The mission of the University High School Counseling program is to provide a comprehensive, developmental counseling program that addresses the academic, college & career, and personal & social development of each student. The UHS counseling department champions life long learning and seeks to help students master the necessary skills and attitudes to become agents of change in the community and the world. 

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  Thomas Donahue
Counselor
9th Grade
Contact Mr. Donahue by email
     
  Meghan Hammer
Counselor
10th Grade
Contact Ms. Hammer by email
     
  Amy Villagio
Counselor
11th & 12th Grade (last names A-G, P-R)
Contact Ms. Villagio by email
     
  Max Encinas
Counselor
11th & 12th Grade (last names H-O, S-Z)
Contact Mr. Encinas by email
     
  Marcos Flores
Student Engagement Coordinator
Contact Mr. Flores by email
  Megan Palos
College & Career Readiness Coordinator
9th-12th Grade
Contact Ms. Palos by email
     
  Katrina Messing
Recruitment & Retention Coordinator
Contact Ms. Messing by email
     
  Lori Minor
Writing Specialist
9th-12th Grade
Contact Lori Minor by email
Choose a time & date that works for you. If you schedule an appointment during class time, please be sure to check in with your teacher before missing any class. Your appointment email confirmation will serve as your pass to leave class.

UHS Counseling, College & Career (CCCC) Appointments (office365.com)
Academics

We have lots of study materials/books in the CCCC that students can borrow for FREE. Students can stop by anytime to borrow these.

There are also lots of online resources:

These are resources available to support you in your studies at UHS! For additional resources, we encourage you to reach out to your specific classroom teachers and/or talk with your counselor.
College & Career
Students - to sign up for college or program visits...
Click on the college/program visit and follow the link to sign up. Your email receipt from the sign up will serve as your pass to leave class. It is your responsibility to check in with your teacher before missing any class. Most colleges/universities visit during 1st quarter in the fall.

Scholarship Websites: Scholarships are available to all students, in all grades! Use these websites to search for scholarships you can apply for.
Appily | College Depot | College Resource Network | Fastweb | JLV Scholarship Blog | Niche | Scholarships AZ (no citizenship required) | Scholarships.com | UNIGO

Instate University Scholarship Info: Scholarships available through our three public instate universities. Tips for Completing Scholarships: 
  1. Never pay to apply for a scholarship!
  2. Make a scholarship goal, or treat it like a part time job - it can pay off! The more you apply to, the higher your chances are of receiving one.
  3. Search for scholarships for everything that makes you who you are!
  4. Edit and revise scholarship essays. Seek feedback from teachers, peers & counselors.
  5. Always ask for letters of recommendation at least 2 weeks before a scholarship is due.
  6. Make sure all pieces are completed and/or sent in by the deadline (application, essay, test scores, transcripts, letters of recommendation, etc.).
Roadtrip Nation Roadmap
Share your interests and passions, and get matched with potential careers. Read/watch interviews done by students, for students, to learn about advice from professionals in fields that interest you.

Me3 ASU
Explore majors and careers that fit you interests and passions. Although this tool is unique to ASU's majors, many colleges & universities have similar majors you can use this data to then explore!

Major Clarity
TUSD's major & career exploration platform. TUSD students MUST log in through Clever.
Programs, Internships, & Research Opportunities:
Free or Low Cost Summer Programs: a list of summer programs that are free or low cost to participate in
Pathways to Science: science related programs, internships, and research opportunities
HS Navigator Summer Programs Search: database of summer opportunities & programs

Volunteer Opportunities:
Volunteer/Community Engagement Opportunities (where previous UHS students have participated)
Pima County Youth Volunteer Opportunity Contact List (provided by Pima County Public Library)
United Way of Southern Arizona Volunteer Opportunities Database
VolunteerMatch
Social & Emotional
Tucson Database of Resources - Call 211

Mental Health
  • 24HR Crisis Text Line: “NAMI” to 741741- a real person will text you back
  • 24HR Mental Health Warm Line (HOPE INC) (520)770-9909 or 1-844-733-9912
  • 24HR Mental Health Crisis Hotline: 520-622-6000 or 1-866-495-6735
Suicide Prevention
  • 24HR National Prevention Lifeline: Call 988 or Chat 988lifeline.org
  • 24HR Teen Lifeline: 1-800-248- TEEN (8336)
  • Crisis Response Center – 24/7, 520-622-6000, 2802 E. District Street (Ajo/Country Club)
  • Pima County Mental Health Crisis Line, Call 520-622-6000 or 1-866-495-6735 or Text TALK to 741741
*Algunas de estas líneas tienen la opción de seleccionar el idioma de español.

LGBTQ+ Substance Abuse
  • 24 HR Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Hotline: 1-800-622-HELP (4357)
Family Support Ayuda en Español
  • Lifeline ofrece servicios gratuitos 24/7 en Español 1-888-628-9454
CCCC Calendar of Events
4/18/2024 6:00pm - 7:30pm
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