Center for Student Success and First Year Experience
- The Center for Student Success and First Year Experience will offer academic advising and support services both in-person and virtually.
Student Disability Services
- Student requests for accommodations related to pre-existing medical conditions or other disabilities should still be made to the SDS Office.
- For those students requesting accommodations or exemptions with regards to face coverings, face shields will be required and will be available through the SDS office.
- Students are strongly encouraged to submit their requests as soon as possible.
- The Testing Center will remain available to students during the fall semester though at a reduced capacity in adherence with social distancing guidelines.
- Students may reach out to the UMatter office or email firstname.lastname@example.org if they are in need of emergency financial assistance through Rebel Relief. The Office of Financial Aid will review each case and students will be asked to provide documentation of financial need, such as monthly bills or evidence of a lost job, etc. Rebel Relief awards are small microgrants and may not meet the need of ongoing expenses that students may face.
- CARE support meetings will occur both in-person and virtually, based on student needs.
- The Food Bank is currently operating via grab and go bags. Food expenses will likely be referred to the Food Bank, Oxford Food Pantry or other resources that address food insecurity
- Violence Prevention Program support is currently fully operational.
- For more information, visit the UMatter website.
Is there an organization providing food and support services?
Starting March 18, the UM Food Bank (Kinard Hall, Room 213) is moving to a Grab-N-Go bag system to promote social distancing and limit person-to-person contact. It will be a self-serve operation in the lobby outside the Food Bank on the second floor of Kinard Hall. These items will be available any time while supplies last. Currently, the Food Bank is low on high-demand items, but will have some ready-to-go meals with recipes and pantry staples bags. Food is being restocked as much as possible. For more information, email email@example.com.
I am feeling really overwhelmed. Who can I talk to?
The University Counseling Center will provide hybrid services this fall. Students have the option of in person or tele-mental health services. Detailed information is available on the UCC website, including information for out-of-state students about referrals. The website will be updated and will reflect the most recent information and changes to UCC services. For additional information, please call the UCC at 662-915-3784, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the UCC website. The UCC will make every effort to address your emailed questions in a timely manner.