The Care Program provides coordinated case management, support and resources to students as they navigate the University and pursue their academic and personal goals.
Care Managers operate in a non-clinical capacity and do not provide formal counseling or therapy to students, but we connect students to the appropriate resources as needed.
The Care Program also oversees the Behavioral Consultation Team (BCT) by consulting and addressing reports of concerning student behavior and providing a coordinated response to situations arising from students who may represent a threat of harm to themselves or others.
The Disability Resource Center (DRC) works in partnership with students, faculty, staff, and guests of the University to eliminate or minimize barriers and facilitate inclusion on campus. The DRC collaborates with all members of the University community to improve access for people with disabilities in these ways:
- determining and implementing reasonable academic, workplace, and guest accommodations;
- providing education on access and inclusion;
- partnering with University offices to ensure meaningful physical and technological access
The Nutritious U Food Pantry provides fresh and healthy food to students that struggle to get enough to eat. It is open during fall and spring semesters, but closed during summer. Any student can visit the food pantry, no proof of need is needed.