Student Success Advocates

Stressed, anxious and overwhelmed

Our student community is balancing classes, homework, friends, family and their own mental health. So #CheckOnYourUCrew with these resources in mind.


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How to build your U crew

As the COVID-19 pandemic reaches the one-year mark, it is vital for our community to remain diligent.


Humans of the U: Catalina Cardona

“I don’t think students should have to overcome the obstacles that I had to.”


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Check on your U crew

The Office for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion advises everyone to check in with their peers and loved ones during this difficult time.


Student Success Advocates: The mobile unit

The U’s one-of-a-kind Student Success Advocate program empowers students to succeed by connecting them with resources, helping them learn new skills and following up throughout the process.


10 student resources U need

In case you misplaced the Parent & Family Handbook from the Office of Orientation & Transition, we’ve highlighted 10 student support services recommended for you.


10 TIPS FOR A SUCCESSFUL SEMESTER

Student Success Advocates work closely with U students to support their success in college.


10 people you need to know

Whether you are new to campus or preparing to graduate next spring, here’s a list of people to know.


HOW DO I FIND MY PEOPLE?

How to reflect on, identify and continue to create your support system on campus.