The Office of Student Mental Health and Wellness is committed to equity, inclusion, and social justice across the diverse student population we work with. We must work to acknowledge and examine the variety of lenses through which we view ourselves and each other, including racial identity, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, socioeconomic resources, age, culture, language, body type, family configuration, belief systems, ability, and learning differences. We believe that open, honest, challenging conversations should be embraced and encouraged amongst students and staff.
Resources included here are not meant to exclude any group, but to address, educate and aid in the coping of injustices brought upon oppressed populations. These lists are living documents and by no means exhaustive, please reach out if you have resources, you feel should be included.
"Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere." —Martin Luther King Jr.
from guest speaker Dr. Karinn Glover's presentation (2021),
"Self-care for the BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and Other People of Color) Health Professional and How Allies Can Help"
"If you want to change the world, start with yourself." —Mahatma Gandhi
Social reformer, independent movement leader
Gender, Sexuality & Social Justice:
Gender / Transgender / Gender Non-Conforming:
Queer / Trans People of Color:
Intersex / Disorders of Sexual Development / Differences of Sexual Development: