Our student community is balancing classes, homework, friends, family and their own mental health. So #CheckOnYourUCrew with these resources in mind.
Student Success Advocates
As the COVID-19 pandemic reaches the one-year mark, it is vital for our community to remain diligent.
“I don’t think students should have to overcome the obstacles that I had to.”
The Office for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion advises everyone to check in with their peers and loved ones during this difficult time.
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.
In case you misplaced the Parent & Family Handbook from the Office of Orientation & Transition, we’ve highlighted 10 student support services recommended for you.
Student Success Advocates work closely with U students to support their success in college.
Whether you are new to campus or preparing to graduate next spring, here’s a list of people to know.
How to reflect on, identify and continue to create your support system on campus.