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Chancellor Boyce sent a welcome letter to students to begin the Fall 2021 semester.
Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Charlotte Pegues shared a letter with students about updated students COVID-related policies for the Fall 2021 semester.
Chancellor Boyce shared an update with faculty, staff and students about COVID-19 campus protocols in place until further notice.
Interim Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Charlotte Pegues shared a letter informing students about COVID-related policies for the Fall 2021 semester.
See the updated 2021 Campus Ready plan for frequently asked questions about academics and classrooms, student housing, COVID-19 testing and more.
- Any student or employee who tests positive for Covid-19 must report the test to University Health Services.
University Counseling Center Services: UCC offers both in-person and telemental health (TMH) services. For students who prefer TMH but do not have reliable internet, space is available in Lester Hall for tele-mental health service.
Educational Services/Resource: TAO Connect, a new service offered by University Counseling Center, is an online resource that provides educational sessions and modules with very short video-conference or telephone contacts with a counselor. TAO offers more than 150 brief, effective, educational sessions covering more than 50 common topics and skills related to mental health, wellness and substance use. TAO includes interactive sessions, mindfulness exercises and practice tools aimed at helping you achieve your goals. Click here for instructions to complete the TAO online Orientation to Counseling.