Campus and Student Life will host events the evening the verdict is announced from 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. at both the Center for Identity + Inclusion and in the Reynolds Club. These events will be an opportunity for students to join a facilitated discussion with University staff members or to simply have quiet reflection time. A Student Counseling Service (SCS) staff member will be on hand at these events. We will share more details once we know the timing and will post relevant information on the CSL website.  Students may also seek one-on-one time with staff members from Spiritual Life.

In addition, each of the undergraduate residence halls will host gatherings for College students during the Campus Conversation being held at the Logan Center for the Arts (with overflow space in the lobby of the School of Social Service Administration) tonight, October 3. Students have been invited to watch a livestream of the event in their halls and to discuss and reflect on the conversation with their fellow residents.

As a reminder, there are a variety of resources that students may turn to for support. SCS holds three Let’s Talk sessions per week, where students have access to free, informal, and confidential consultations with therapists. More details are available on the Wellness website.

Other resources include: