“When I was 16 years old, I was doing a roofing project at my grandma’s. She put a chair down in the middle of her yard and said, ‘I’m just going to sit here and make sure you don’t fall.’ But I’m the only one that can make sure I don’t fall off that roof. She couldn’t do it for me. Safety really starts and ends with the people doing the work.”
“I want students, faculty and staff to know Campus Police are here as a resource. If someone doesn’t feel comfortable making a police report, we still want them to contact us so we can direct them to the help they need. There are so many resources on campus—OEO/Title IX, victim-survivor advocates, counseling. We want people to reach out to us so we can offer resources and referrals to keep them safe.”
“What I like about research on resilience is that it shows there are simple, practical strategies that put fuel in your tank, get you back on track—whether that is getting through the workday or shaping a positive lifestyle.”
Follow these five strategies to enhance your emotional well-being.
Welcome to a new academic year. Whether you’re a student starting your first year at the U or a colleague returning to campus after a well-deserved summer break, you’ve worked hard to be here.
Thanks to the efforts of students led by Kaitlin McLean, a safety policy statement will be required in all course syllabi starting this fall.
ASUU held a vigil on Monday, July 1, at 6 p.m. on the Union lawn.
Survey results show students are more engaged in discussions about sexual assault, but remain unaware of resources.
After the tragic incident on campus two weeks ago, we want to remind students, faculty and staff about the SafeU website, which provides easily accessible and comprehensive information on a range of topics, from how to report a safety concern to requesting a safety escort.
We want to make you aware of a vigil to honor Lauren McCluskey as well as campus resources available for those in need.