Like many of you, we have spent the last few days watching the images and learning about the human tragedy taking place in Israel and Gaza. We are horrified by the continuing violence, death and destruction in the Middle East and its impact on members of our campus community. Many of our students, faculty and staff have family and friends in harm’s way. As this crisis unfolds, let’s support one another, respect differences of opinion, and uniformly denounce violence and acts of hate.
Read a Letter to the Community from Equity, Diversity & Inclusion; Student Affairs; and Global Engagement.
The university offers counseling and support services to help those impacted by this crisis:
- Center for Campus Wellness (victim-survivor advocates, bystander intervention training): 801-581-7776
- University Counseling Center (students only): 801-581-6826
- Employee Assistance Program (staff): 801-587-9319 or 800-926-9619
- Housing and Residential Education (available 24/7): 801-587-2000
- Huntsman Mental Health Institute crisis line (available 24/7): 800-273-8255
- International Student and Scholar Services: 801-581-8876, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Mental Health First Responders (MH1): (after-hours crisis support from 4 p.m. to 2 a.m. for campus residents only) 385-324-5356
Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs
Senior Vice President for Health Sciences