Division of Student Affairs

The Division of Student Affairs

A Letter from Dr. Melynda Huskey, Interim Vice President, Student Affairs

The devastating news from Orlando is impacting many Cougs this week. Our hearts are with the families and loved ones of the victims, and with the Latinx and LGBTQ communities who were targeted. Tragedies like this one can leave us feeling sad and helpless. Please know that there are many resources and people who care. Please reach out for the support you need.

Here on campus, you can access care and support at:

Health and Wellness Services, 335-3575, Washington Building
Counseling and Psychological Services, 335-4511, Washington Building
After-hours Crisis Line, 335-2159 (evening and weekends) 
Dean of Students, 335-5757, 134 French Administration Building 

Learn more about resources and ways you can take action...

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