Know Before You Go: Supportive Resources for Survivors

Below please find videos of different campus and community office representatives, sharing information about the resources for care and support they offer survivors. We are here for you and a part of your community of care, even as we transition into distanced-learning for the remainder of the semester! Be sure to follow us on Instagram, … Read moreKnow Before You Go: Supportive Resources for Survivors

Seeking Nourishment – Self-Care Surrounding the Election

Hi Everyone, This week, is going to be a lot. This year has been, a lot. With the election tomorrow, I wanted to write and share some resources to nourish yourselves during this challenging time. Set Boundaries Whether it’s on social media, texting friends, or rescheduling Zoom calls, take the time you need to prioritize … Read moreSeeking Nourishment – Self-Care Surrounding the Election

Upcoming Events – Domestic Violence Awareness Month

October is Domestic Violence Awareness month, where each year advocates, survivors, allies, and educators aim to start conversations about what domestic violence is, it’s impact on survivors, and everyone’s role in prevention looks like. The SHAPE Office is collaborating with many campus departments and student organizers to engage in these conversations and highlight supportive resources … Read moreUpcoming Events – Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Attention First Years & Transfer Students! Drop-In Space

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Feeling overwhelmed, confused, homesick? Are you nervous about starting classes? Drop-In Space We are here to support you! Click on the linked day to join us for conversation and connection August 25th-September 4th. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Our Community of Care Team includes: Office of Religious and Spiritual Life Office of Health Education WesWell … Read moreAttention First Years & Transfer Students! Drop-In Space