Brown Campus Life

Campus Life supports all students (undergraduate, graduate, and medical school students)

The Division of Campus Life at Brown University oversees 17 departments and centers that work collaboratively to provide for students' lives outside the classroom.

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Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) supports students with urgent and non-immediate mental health needs.

To support students through the finals period, from now until the end of the fall semester, students can call 401-863-3476 or visit the CAPS office to schedule a next-day, 30-minute appointment. This solution-focused appointment will allow the clinician and student to assess their most immediate concerns and develop a plan.

More information is available at www.brown.edu/CAPS.

Photos from Brown Campus Life's post 09/11/2022

Thank you to everyone who participated in orientation for the class of 2026 — it was a great success!

Photos from Brown Campus Life's post 09/11/2022
Photos from Brown Campus Life's post 09/11/2022

Thank you to everyone who participated in orientation — it was a great success!

Photos from Brown Campus Life's post 08/31/2022

The Division of Campus Life is excited to welcome our first-year students to campus today! On Benevolent Street, near the Vice President for Campus Life's office, the Sarah Doyle Center, and the new LGBTQ Center, students and their families are moving into the dorms on Keeney Quad. Student and staff volunteers in red shirts are available to help - stop by and say hi!

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Today, from 12 to 2 PM, Student Accessibility Services and Counseling and Psychological Services are partnering to hold a Therapy Animal Carnival on the Main Green. We will have a handful of therapy dogs and treats. Our goal is to offer students a chance to destress ahead of finals, familiarize you with SAS and CAPS offerings, and to start a dialogue about therapy animals on campus.

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Make sure you are engaging with consent in every interaction (dancing, using someone's stuff, hooking up.)

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It's that time of year again! Spring Weekend is here. Check Out the Spring Weekend schedule above and stay tuned as we post more Spring Weekend- related programming this week! For more information, follow the Brown Concert Agency .

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We're incredibly excited for the Consortium on High Achievement and Success (CHAS) Student of Color Leadership Conference, which starts tomorrow! Register now if you haven't already at the following link:
https://sites.brown.edu/chas2022/

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Today's Buoy Positivity Pic comes from Zoie Carter ('22).
Most in our Brown bubble struggle to recall the last encounter they had with a youth, which was likely a brief passing. This isn't the case for Zoie, a pre-med Public Health concentrator from Framingham, MA, who frequently collaborates with youths thanks to her role in community-based research:⁣

“Adultism is the belief that you are inherently superior to those younger than you; the philosophy of the community-based research I’m involved in is to reverse this bias. The idea is that participants have the solutions to the questions you're investigating and that their voices are important; it facilitates empowerment and collaboration. It's different from most research since the common belief has always been that the researcher is the authority, but the researcher is only an expert in the methodology, not what is being studied. This is especially important since it's very easy to be in the ‘Brown bubble’ and not be aware of the broader Providence community. Building relationships with communities gives you a much deeper appreciation for this space which is not ours.”⁣

Zoie further shares how these relationships have changed her:⁣

“The most profound lesson I've learned is that children have a lot to offer in terms of helping us as older adults. I've been astounded by how much they can teach us from them sharing the experiences they've gone through. It's really hard to describe how powerful these relationships you build with them are. You learn to humble yourself and not let age or a difference in experience influence what you take away from them.”⁣

One of Zoie's favorite guiding principles is that you should “seek first to understand and not to be understood,” something she took from one of her professors.⁣

“It really encapsulates a lot of what my values are. If we prioritize learning from understanding and listening to others before we try to impose our own understandings, it leads to much better conversations, more solutions, more compassion, and more empathy.”⁣

Great work, Zoie! Keep going. 💪

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ATTENTION FIRST YEARS! Application due MAY 22nd, find out more/apply at: brown.edu/bolt Brown Outdoor Leadership Training (BOLT!) is the only outdoor orientation program in the country specifically for rising college sophomores, transfers, and RUE students. It is a space to foster community, mentorship, personal reflection, and leadership in the outdoors and back at Brown.
BOLT begins with a camping trip in the White Mountains of New Hampshire right before school starts. It continues throughout the fall semester with intentional community-building events. Former BOLTers and leaders agree, your BOLT group provides a community of 9 other people who you may never have otherwise met. Beyond that, you will always have the wider BOLT community to call your own. This opens you up to so many more wonderful people and opportunities!
BOLT is committed to welcoming everyone into the program regardless of background or ability to pay. We offer full financial aid and loan out all necessary gear (backpacks, boots, sleeping bags, etc.) free of charge. Increasing access to the outdoors is one of BOLT's core values! Absolutely no outdoor experience is required! In addition, BOLT also offers community trips for people of color, people of marginalized genders and creative trips for people who want to focus on artistic expression in the outdoors and/or want a trip that is less physically strenuous. To learn more about BOLT, click the following link!
https://boltatbrown.wordpress.com/

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Planning to travel and spend time with friends over Spring Break? Keep these tips in mind to avoid the common cold and G1 infections:
Wash your hands or sanitize as often as you can
Apply sunscreen
Keep hydrated and eat balanced meals
Avoid sharing food or drinks
Monitor symptoms for signs of sickness and stay home if you are feeling unwell
If you feel unwell, contact Health Services for nursing advice at (401)863-3953

03/18/2022

Students and staff donate blood in the first drive held at 450 Brook St, a collaboration between The Swearer Center, Brown RISD Hillel, and Health & Wellness. Stay tuned for more opportunities to donate!

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Campus Life Health and Wellness and the Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) department are very pleased to announce that Dr. Bryant Ford has started work as the next Director of Counseling and Psychological Services after a highly competitive national search. Dr. Ford brings to this critically important role a wealth of deep knowledge, expertise, and leadership in the field of college counseling and higher education on a regional and national level. Dr. Ford will join the Brown community from Dartmouth College, where he has served in a number of key roles beginning in 1999.

In his most recent role as Associate Dean for Community Life and Inclusivity, Dr. Ford oversaw the offices that support students with intersecting identities including the Office of Pluralism and Leadership, the Native American Program, and the Tucker Center for Spiritual and Ethical Life. Dr. Ford has a distinguished record of local, regional, and national service in the field of college health, having served in positions such as President of the New England College Health Association, Chair of the Mental Health Section of the American College Health Association and a member of the College Coalition for Alcohol and Other Drugs while in Baltimore. A sought-after speaker on issues that intersect with mental health and well-being of students, particularly within the BIPOC community, as well as trends and innovations within the field, Dr. Ford brings with him a passion for holistic mental health care for students. With the CAPS team, he looks forward to continuing to build around Brown students the shared supports that optimize students’ well-being. He will bring a breadth of administrative, clinical and visionary leadership to the CAPS team that will engage students and the campus community in new and impactful ways. Please join us in welcoming Dr. Bryant Ford to Brown!

03/14/2022

Happy Monday! As we continue through midterms, we invite you to head over to our story and ask any questions or share your own tips for study practices.

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Happy Monday! As we continue through midterms, we invite you to head over to our story and ask any questions or share any tips you have for study practices.

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"I’m deliberately explorative"
When KJ Boyce decided to go to grad school and pursue a Masters in Public Affairs (MPA) at the Watson Institute, he found there was a bit of a transition moving from the Brown undergraduate bubble to the graduate sphere. “Adjusting to grad school was definitely a bit of a jump.. It wasn’t as drastic as I anticipated in some cases but more drastic in other ways. It was a bit more drastic socially than it was academically at times… but then there were definitely some times when, academically, it ramped up a lot faster than I anticipated, particularly during the summer part. It’s an MPA program- it’s a year long program that starts in June and ends in May so the summer portion of it was a little more difficult than I anticipated.”

As a candidate for the MPA, KJ has been able to work, through his consultancy, with a clothing brand focused on sustainability in order to help them to develop a model for a living wage for low-income factory workers. KJ is also involved on campus as the Graduate Students of Color Coordinator for the Brown Center for Students of Color, a member of the track and field team, and other groups he continues to volunteer with.

As for his advice to undergraduates thinking about graduate school, KJ says: “If you want to pursue grad school, definitely make sure that you’re ready to continue on after undergrad. Make sure that you mentally and physically give yourself a bit of a break, a bit of a breather. Especially in the pandemic world we are still currently living in, definitely give yourself some space to breathe. Also, once you get into grad school, it’s definitely going to feel more pre-professional than undergrad but still give yourself the space for self care. Don’t rush into anything. Don’t feel the pressure of having to do certain things at a certain time. Your journey is your journey and your path is your path. You don’t have to rush into anything that you’re not ready for, if you’re not ready for it. I always say to myself, ‘what’s for you is for you’ so if an opportunity comes and goes and you don’t receive it, it's okay because something for you is coming for you at the time you need it.”

Thanks KJ!

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We are pleased to announce that after a national search, Christian "Mac" Manning will serve as program director of the Office of Military-Affiliated Students (OMAS). He is an experienced leader bringing over five years of experience in higher education and has been an unwavering advocate and effective champion for all military-affiliated students.
Before his career in higher education, Mac held a number of positions, one of which was serving six years in the United States Marine Corps Infantry Division, where he acted as assistant to the Operations Chief in day-to-day operations, including range scheduling and vehicle movement coordination.
Mac comes to Brown from George Washington University, where he serves as the Program Manager of Military and Veteran Services. In this role, Mac has been responsible for military-affiliated student engagement, and community building for students on and off-campus. He advises military student organizations, including the George Washington veterans, ARMY & Navy ROTC, Silver Wings, Military Law Society, and over 15 other non-military affiliated organizations. Mac has also acted as the GI Bill certifying official.
Based on his work at other institutions, Mac brings significant collaborative expertise and experience with academic advising, financial aid policies and resources, and admissions recruitment and review processes.
Mac will provide leadership in establishing priorities that are critical to the Office of Military Affiliated Students. He will supervise and mentor the OMAS student staff and direct resource allocation to accomplish strategic objectives. Mac holds a B.S. from Stevenson University in Interdisciplinary Studies with a concentration in Theater and Business. He is also currently pursuing a Graduate Certificate at George Washington University in Organizational Leadership.

Photos from Brown Campus Life's post 02/28/2022

On the last day of Black History month, we acknowledge that Black History, contributions, and culture must and will be celebrated beyond the month of February. ⁠
Today, we are honored to highlight the trailblazing Black students and professors who helped establish the Rites and Reason Theater, one of the oldest Black theaters in the country, and so much more as a direct result of the 1968 Walkout and the artistic eruption of Black culture and creativity, known as the Black Arts Movement.⁠
On December 5, 1968, African American students from Brown and, the then, Pembroke College marched down to Congdon Street Baptist Church, determined to remain inside of the church until the University committed to increasing the number of Black faculty and students as well as their academic, social and financial support.⁠
In 1970, in response to the Black Arts Movement and 1968 Walkout, the late Professor George Houston Bass established the Rites and Reason Theater, whose mission is to “develop new creative works which analyze and articulate the phenomenal and universal odyssey of the African Diaspora.”⁠
As the Black Arts Movement and walkout showed, there was and remains a need for art and support dedicated to the needs and reflections of Black people. Professors Bass and Rhett S. Jones, along with Managing Director, Karen Allen Baxter worked together to create new methods for play development. ⁠
Today, Rites and Reason continues to further that mission through its unique Research-to-Performance Method and led by current artistic director Elmo Terry Morgan (‘74). To learn more about the walkout, access the link in our bio. To learn more about Rites and Reason, click the following link. Happy Black History Month! ⁠
https://africana.brown.edu/rites-and-reason-theatre/about-theatre

Photos from Brown Campus Life's post 02/28/2022

On the last day of Black History month, we acknowledge that Black History, contributions, and culture must and will be celebrated beyond the month of February.
Today, we are honored to highlight the trailblazing Black students and professors who helped establish the Rites and Reason Theater, one of the oldest Black theaters in the country, and so much more as a direct result of the 1968 Walkout and the artistic eruption of Black culture and creativity, known as the Black Arts Movement.
On December 5, 1968, African American students from Brown and, the then, Pembroke College marched down to Congdon Street Baptist Church, determined to remain inside of the church until the University committed to increasing the number of Black faculty and students as well as their academic, social and financial support.
In 1970, in response to the Black Arts Movement and 1968 Walkout, the late Professor George Houston Bass established the Rites and Reason Theater, whose mission is to “develop new creative works which analyze and articulate the phenomenal and universal odyssey of the African Diaspora.”
As the Black Arts Movement and walkout showed, there was and remains a need for art and support dedicated to the needs and reflections of Black people. Professors Bass and Rhett S. Jones, along with Managing Director, Karen Allen Baxter worked together to create new methods for play development.
Today, Rites and Reason continues to further that mission through its unique Research-to-Performance Method and led by current artistic director Elmo Terry Morgan (‘74). To learn more about the walkout, access this link: https://library.brown.edu/create/protest6090/1968-walkout/.
To learn more about Rites and Reason, click the following link. Happy Black History Month!
https://africana.brown.edu/rites-and-reason-theatre/about-theatre

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The Office of the Vice President for Campus Life invites students, staff, and faculty to attend The Consortium on High Achievement and Success (CHAS) Student of Color Leadership Conference, on April 21-23, 2022.

“Reaffirming Purpose and Reconnecting with Community”

For many students of color and the staff who support them, the last two years have been marked by a number of endemic disruptions including, but not limited to disparate health care outcomes, economic instability, racial injustice, mental and emotional health concerns, and increased isolation from communities of support. Now, we must also make sense of our lives within and beyond the Covid-19 pandemic.

For college students and professionals of color, our varied and intersecting identities presented unique challenges in the return from remote learning and work.We have much to offer each other in moments of reconnection and reunion, and find ourselves exploring inter/personal growth and development after so much struggle and loss. How do we tend to our individual and collective gardens in such a pivotal moment?

2022 presents a unique opportunity to reaffirm our purpose and nurture spaces to care for and foster relationships and coalitions by re/connecting with the communities that know and support us best. We simultaneously reaffirm forms of mentorship that have endured through generations, and cultivate new resources and supports for ourselves and our communities.

Conference organizers invite flexible proposals (approximately 45-60 minutes in length) for workshops, discussions, and other interactive focused sessions that help participants explore our conference tracks in greater depth. Read more about the tracks, submit a proposal for a session, and register all on our website: https://sites.brown.edu/chas2022

We hope to see you at the conference!

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Campus Life Health and Wellness and the department of Student Accessibility Services have the distinct pleasure of announcing that Karen L. Andrews, M.Ed. will join Brown today as the next Director of Student Accessibility Services. Following a highly competitive national search, Karen comes to Brown with over 12 years of experience as a visionary leader in disability services in higher education ensuring compliance with federal laws, state regulations and University-wide and campus guidelines related to equal access, barrier elimination, and resources and services for disabled students.

For nearly four years, Karen has directed the Disability Services Center at University of California, Irvine, leading a large department of fourteen specialists who support thousands of students with disclosed disabilities. Prior to her role at UC Irvine, Karen provided leadership and strategic oversight as the Director of Disability Support Services at the University of Alaska, Anchorage where she also worked to greatly advance accessibility and inclusion of curricular and co-curricular programs and services. Additionally, the impact of Karen’s work extends nationally as she serves on the Board of the Association for Higher Education and Disability (AHEAD) as a Director-at-Large, is the current AHEAD Board liaison to the Knowledge and Practice Communities and is the former chair for the organization’s Race, Ethnicity, Diversity and Disability Special Interest Group.

Karen earned a BS in Elementary and Special Education from Northern Arizona University and a MA in Adult Education and Development from Strayer University.

We are excited to have Karen bring the breadth of her experience as well as her transformational leadership and vision to the Student Accessibility Service department, to Health and Wellness in the Division of Campus Life and to Brown University. Please join us in welcoming Karen to the Brown community!

Learn more about Student Accessibility Services in the following link!
https://www.brown.edu/campus-life/support/accessibility-services/

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Hi everyone! My name is Tosin ('23) and I'll be taking over the Campus Life instagram today. So head over to our story and I'll say a bit more about me and answer questions if anyone has them.

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Apply to be a member of the Campus Life Student Advisory Board. Learn more about the Board at brown.edu/go/CLSAB or sign up for one of our info sessions held on February 17th (virtual) or February 24th (in-person) at this tinyurl.com/InfoCLSAB22-23. Applications are due March 2nd.

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Today's Buoy Positivity Pic comes from Talia Shakhnovsky (‘22).

College campuses 🎒often lead us to pressure ourselves into doing as many things as we can in order to be as involved as the amazing people that surround us. Talia, a New Jersey native, was similar, but she’s since learned to be more deliberate in how she allocates her time:⁣

“What one of my high school best friends used to say, since I would like to do a lot of activities and she would be more selective about what she did, was, ‘Things worth doing are worth doing well.’ This means to narrow down your commitments to the things you really care about and can devote your time to and focus on those.”⁣

Though she concentrates in Applied Math and Economics, Talia cares quite a lot about making a difference in education:⁣

“Education is also one of the areas I really want to make a difference in. I think that the system as it exists right now doesn’t always provide what is needed. Providence has some of the worst schools in the country. We’re all at Brown and we don’t know that; we’re in such a bubble.⁣

I really enjoy teaching. I think some of Brown’s economics professors are people who have had a career and then moved into educating — that’s something I find cool. Teaching is something I’ve always cared about. In high school it was tutoring other people, and here it’s TAing and working with the Providence Public School Turnaround Action Plan.👩‍🏫 I enjoy working in a lot of areas, and I really just want to be a resource for others to learn from and get opportunities I’ve had.”⁣

Her compassion towards others is why Talia is consciously attentive to others’ lives:⁣

“Everyone has a story; everyone is worth talking to and learning from. Of the older people I’ve spoken to, not a single one has ever said, ‘I’m doing exactly what I thought I wanted to do when I was twenty.’ This is why I think you should be flexible as well as work to create your own opportunities.”⁣

Absolutely stunning, Talia. Keep going! 💖

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Brown’s Commencement & Reunion weekend is an exciting, tradition-filled event, but its unique nature can raise a number of questions for families looking to plan in advance. To help answer some of these questions, you can watch the webinar "Understanding Commencement." Staff who are directly involved with planning Commencement were on hand to provide an overview of the major ceremonies, processions, and other activities and offered practical tips for families and guests on how best to have a memorable and stress-free weekend. To access the webinar, click the following link!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1&v=2Y4p4AkWHgI&feature=emb_logo

For more information on the Parent and Family Webinar Series go to https://families.brown.edu/

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Love Data Week is an international celebration of data, aiming to raise awareness and build a community to engage on topics related to research data management, sharing, preservation, reuse, and library-based research data services. Brown's Love Data Week, co-sponsored by the Office of the Vice President for Research (OVPR) and the University Library, will be taking place from February 14-18, 2022! This year's theme is Demystifying Data: Separating Fact from Fiction with the social media hashtag .

Check out our full list of remote, hybrid, and in-person events at the link below!
https://library.brown.edu/outreach/lovedata/

Photos from Brown Campus Life's post 02/07/2022

SAPE is recruiting new members!⁠


Sexual Assault Peer Education (SAPE) is recruiting new members! Join the work being done at Brown and play a meaningful role in moving towards a culture of consent. SAPE Peer Educators co-facilitate workshops and engage in outreach work in the broader campus community. We are currently looking for a diverse group of new facilitators committed to eradicating sexual violence. When discussing sexual violence, it is important to expand any model of understanding to include struggles unique to people of color, LGBTQ+ folks, disabled people, and others who have been most impacted by the intersections of harm. If you are interested in framing the narrative surrounding sexual violence, leading a diverse sexual violence education framework, and representing the wide array of support services on our campus, we encourage you to join SAPE.⁠

To officially join, we ask that you complete a short application and a subsequent interview and attend Spring training sessions. Application deadline is February 16, 2022. Learn more and find the link to the application in our bio.

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SAPE is recruiting new members!

Sexual Assault Peer Education (SAPE) is recruiting new members! Join the work being done at Brown and play a meaningful role in moving towards a culture of consent. SAPE Peer Educators co-facilitate workshops and engage in outreach work in the broader campus community. We are currently looking for a diverse group of new facilitators committed to eradicating sexual violence. When discussing sexual violence, it is important to expand any model of understanding to include struggles unique to people of color, LGBTQ+ folks, disabled people, and others who have been most impacted by the intersections of harm. If you are interested in framing the narrative surrounding sexual violence, leading a diverse sexual violence education framework, and representing the wide array of support services on our campus, we encourage you to join SAPE.

To officially join, we ask that you complete a short application and a subsequent interview and attend Spring training sessions. Application deadline is February 16, 2022. Learn more and find the link to the application at www.brown.edu/go/sape.

Photos from Brown Campus Life's post 02/04/2022

As the semester begins and you dive into shopping period, we wanted to share some tips on how to pick a course schedule that is balanced. Swipe through to learn more and please don't hesitate to DM with any questions!

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"Welcome to the DJSI Instagram! We are a part of Campus Life Engagement at Brown University. Our main objective is posting about advocacy and awareness, equity and inclusion, and sharing experiences and resources from/for our student body. This will be a mechanism used to validate peoples’ experiences, to educate ourselves and each other about disability justice, and be a place for community and healing. We are so thankful for the students, student organizations, staff and faculty who tirelessly continue to support disabled students and educate the entire body around disability justice at Brown. We are so excited to welcome you to our community. To share questions/ explore a collaborative opportunity with us, please email us at [email protected]" To access the website of the Disability Justice Student Initiative, click the link in our bio and follow .brown

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"Welcome to the DJSI Instagram! We are a part of Campus Life Engagement at Brown University. Our main objective is posting about advocacy and awareness, equity and inclusion, and sharing experiences and resources from/for our student body. This will be a mechanism used to validate peoples’ experiences, to educate ourselves and each other about disability justice, and be a place for community and healing. We are so thankful for the students, student organizations, staff and faculty who tirelessly continue to support disabled students and educate the entire body around disability justice at Brown. We are so excited to welcome you to our community. To share questions/ explore a collaborative opportunity with us, please email us at [email protected]" Click the following link to follow the website and newsletter!
https://www.brown.edu/about/administration/vp-campus-life/student-initiatives/disability-justice-student-initiative

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We are pleased to announce that based on the valuable leadership models of the MPCs and WPCs, Campus Life will be strengthening and expanding support for this critical work by:⁠
Creating a new U-FLiPC program which will report to the U-FLi Center⁠
Strengthening the MPC program which will report solely to the BCSC including MPC Peer Counselor and MPC Coordinator role⁠
Strengthening and expanding the WPC program which will have dual reporting to the Sarah Doyle Center for Women and Gender and the LGBTQ Center and changing the name to Women, Gender, and Sexuality Peer Coordinators (WGSPCs) including WGS  Coordinator role⁠
We want to thank colleagues in Campus Life, especially the staff of the centers as well as students, for their ongoing feedback and input that has greatly informed and shaped our ability to strengthen and expand support for these important peer leadership and mentorship roles and for the centers.⁠

Applications are NOW OPENED for these essential student staff roles in the identity centers for academic year 2022-23 - apply now using the link in bio.⁠

Given the change in residential requirements, we encourage seniors to apply.  If you have any questions, please reach out directly to the appropriate center/s.

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