Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Support Services


Updated August 27, 2020


  • Tutoring
    • The MLC is currently providing tutoring in person with social distancing precautions in place.
    • Remote tutoring is available to all students as an option.
    • Schedule in-person at the scheduling desk on the first floor of the library.
    •  Call (970) 521-6791 or email to set up appointments. 
  • Library resources and services
    •  The library is open for use by currently enrolled students and employees. At this time, the library is not available to community members.
    •  Social distancing and facial coverings are required in the library at all times.
    • Students can use our online database for research. Follow this link to find excellent resources. EBSCO log in information can be found in D2L.
    • E-books are readily available for research. Follow this link and click on e-Books to search the extensive catalog.
  • Accommodations and disability services
    • You will need your accommodations letter to receive accommodations.
    • Continue to communicate with your instructor regarding your accommodations.
    • For questions, please contact Rochelle Lenox970-521-6727.
  • Hours and availability
    • Monday - Thursday 7:45 am - 10:00 pm
    •  Friday - 7:45 am - 5:00 pm
    •  Saturday - closed
    •  Sunday 4:00 pm - 9:00 pmThe MLC will be open during the fall semester. 
  • Contact Information

  • Testing
    • Following social distance protocols, individual testing appointments can be made by calling (970) 521-6663
  • Advising
    • You can contact your academic advisor anytime by logging into Navigate and sending them an email. If you have general advising questions you can contact the Student Success Center by the email or phone below. 
  • Hours and availability
    • Monday-Friday by phone or email.
    • Appointments can be scheduled on an individual basis and be done by phone or webex. Call or email us to schedule. 
  • Contact information
  • Student Guidance
    • For many students, news of the Coronavirus and uncertainty about what comes next, has increased feelings of anxiety, stress, and fear. If you are feeling this way, you are not alone! Get help managing your stress and anxiety during this difficult time by checking out a free emotional well-being program, Joyable. Designed by clinical experts and supported by personal coaches, Joyable is a confidential and personalized online program that gives students the tools and skills to enhance their emotional health. Please contact Cindy Carey for more details.
    • If you need to talk to someone during this time of great change, you can always contact Cindy at her email: or call/text her at 970-571-0131. You can also call the Colorado Crisis Services at (844) 493-8255 or text TALK to 38255.