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Following significant discussion between University and Student Association leaders, the Counseling Center is piloting extended hours of operation for the spring 2018 semester. This semester, searches will also begin for four additional staff therapists and a psychiatrist.
Throughout the month of October, the Office of Health Promotion is hosting programs and events to raise awareness about relationship violence in honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Working in collaboration with the Office of Health Promotion are the Peer…
Following last night’s tragic shooting in Las Vegas, Dean of Hendricks Chapel Brian Konkol and Senior Vice President for Enrollment and the Student Experience Dolan Evanovich remind the campus community of the support and services available during these difficult times….
The 1,100 backpacks distributed around the Quad were part of an exhibition to represent the number of college students nationwide who commit suicide every year.
For any student who has experienced sexual assault, relationship violence, harassment or stalking, finding a trusted confidant and a safe space where one can share his or her story is critical. On campus, that space is located in a big yellow house at the corner of Walnut Place.