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Hearts of Life Fair at HLSCC

In recognition of World Aids Day, today 1st December  2016, at the H. Lavity Stoutt Community College, the campus health services in partnership with the counselling services of the Student Services Division of the College provided a healthy choice inspired fair on campus. The health fair came on the heels of numerous health crises affecting the territory, particularly diabetes, cholesterol, domestic violence, cancer, HIV/AIDS and mental health.

 

The health fair featured health checks and health tips on healthy eating and lifestyle practices. Participants to the fair included representatives from Gender Affairs, BVI Diabetes Association, BVI Community Mental Health, and the BVI Red Cross. Keynote speaker Mr. Tree Alexander, an HIV survivor, motivational speaker and Prison Linkage Specialist shared his story of how he contracted the virus, how he has been able to cope with the stigmatism of having HIV by moving past the discrimination and breaking free of the negativity by changing peoples’ perception.  Alexander spared no details as he reflected on his life to the 12th grade students of the Elmore Stoutt High School, faculty, staff and students of the College that quite a few tears flowed from the audience.

 

The health fair’s purpose was to address some of the crises affecting the community, but more importantly to take action and educate individuals about the health perils in their neighborhoods, surrounding neighborhoods and provide assistance in seeking solutions so that they make the right choices in having a healthy life. The students on campus immediately gravitated to the services available at the health fair which included free HIV/AIDS testing, free blood pressure testing, fasting cholesterol screening, fasting blood sugar screening, height, weight and BMI testing.  Although demand surpassed testing supplies with just over 50 individuals being tested, those not tested were still able to walk away with valuable information on healthcare resources and information on healthy lifestyle practices.

  • Admission Requirements

To be considered for admission to one of the CERTIFICATE or DEGREE LEVEL PROGRAMMES, a student should have graduated from High School with CXC or GCE required grades, or High School Certificate or Diploma.  No student will be allowed to register for a CERTIFICATE or DEGREE LEVEL PROGRAMME unless the above requirements have been satisfied.  While there are no stipulated admission requirements to any of the enrichment courses, the Academic Dean may require some level of proficiency in the area of interest, depending on the complexity of the subject being offered.  In addition, a student is expected to present the following:

a)  High School diploma or 4 CXC/GCE subjects including English at the General Proficiency level Grades 1and 2 up to 1997 or CXC/GCE General Proficiency Grades 1, 2 and 3 from 
     1998 onward.
b)  Passport, birth certificate, or proof of residence status and time of arrival in the British Virgin Islands.
c)  Social Security number, if employed.

 Admission to the College does not guarantee enrolment in the programme or courses requested by the student.  Placement is based on assessment standards developed to help ensure the student's academic success.  Students are advised to contact the College for information on testing and academic advising.

 

 

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