End of Year Resources from University Life

May 07, 2024

Dear Students,

Our community has and continues to face an extraordinarily challenging time. It has impacted most, if not all of us, in some way. In times of high stress and concern, it is even more difficult to care for ourselves. If you are struggling to concentrate on your work and obligations, know you are not alone. I hope you will take time to focus on your well-being and consider how you can offer support to  others within our community. In this moment and always, please remember to ask for help when you need it.

Below are resources that are available to you, and remember, your Dean of Students is an additional source of support.
Talk to Someone:

Food Access

Moving out and unable to take all of your pantry items? 

Bias, Discrimination, Harassment & Doxing Concerns

  • If you have experienced or witnessed an incident of discrimination, harassment or bias, please report it here. The University takes all reports seriously and follows-up accordingly. If you need additional support, please reach out to your Dean of Students. They will connect you with University resources. 
  • Doxing has impacted many in our community, either directly by being doxed or indirectly by instilling fear and intimidation. You can learn more about what to do if you are doxed and how to protect yourself against doxing in this guide. If you have been doxed, reach out to [email protected] to request additional support.

Study Spots

If you are looking for a space to study, check out one of these spaces: 

Study Break and Destress Ideas

Short breaks can go a long way. Here are a few ideas:

Virtual & Off-Campus Events

Take care,

Joseph Defraine Greenwell, Ed.D.

Senior Vice President for Student Affairs
University Life
Gender Pronouns: He/Him/His