The Integrated Student Service Center
Mission: To provide a combination of comprehensive services as an essential part of a student's academic and personal development. Facilitates the studentâ€™s educational, personal and social development.
Services: Vocational, personal, and academic orientation for students from Monday to Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. and Friday from 8:00 to 5:00 p.m.
Description of Services by Area:
The Instructional Program on Highway Safety and Alcohol (Spanish acronym PISTA): This project which was authorized by the Vice Rectorate of the Highway Safety Commission, is committed to developing proactive strategies to keep roads and highways safe. This includes cautioning against the use of alcohol when driving and promoting the use of seatbelts in respecting and protecting life.
Students for PISTA: Students committed to holding prevention activities in order to promote alcohol and drug abstinence.
Title X Family Planning Program: Program aimed at helping students plan for a family through the following services: Medical checkups, integral healthcare, education in health, orientations on natural family planning, orientation and supplying contraceptive methods.
Early identification of sexually transmitted diseases (STD).
Promoters: Group of UMET students that hold educational activities, workshops, fairs, and other events related to contraception.
Hours of Service:
Orientation and appointments: Monday 8:30 to 11:00 a.m.
Supplies (by appointment): Friday 8:30 to 11:00 a.m.
Medical Services: Monday to Friday 2:00 to 5:00 p.m.
Facility Location: Health Services next to the UMET
Additional Information: 787-766-1717 Ext. 6687
Service office for university students with special needs: an environment is created that is free of architectonic and attitudinal barriers, allowing for the studentâ€™s individual, academic, and social development.
Services: Workshops, conferences, orientation on current state and federal regulations. Technological Assistance and Vocational Rehabilitation Referrals.
- Office for the development of Student Organizations: Helps student associations successfully carrying out their tasks. Encourages the participation of student leaders, who combine their interests, abilities, and skills to form part of a student association. Coordinates activities for associations that promote studentsâ€™ personal and professional development.