Goal 2: Student Support, Well-Being, and Access

Strengthen student learning and well-being through accessible and responsive programs, services, and resources.

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Create a clear, consistent, and student-centric identity for Student Life that builds awareness about the scope and value of our programs, services, and resources.


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Improve the navigation of programs, services, and resources through committing to student-centered, inclusive, and universal design principles, so that diverse students have the tools and agency to find what they need, when they need it.

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Provide proactive and timely supports that focus on students' social determinants of health (e.g., finance, health, housing), and are culturally responsive.

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Provide and promote culturally responsive programs, services, and resources that embody a culture of care, and supports students at all points along the mental health continuum (from mental well-being to urgent crisis).

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Draw on student-centered data and feedback to develop and adapt programs, services, and resources, to meet the needs of both specific and broad intersectional student identities, including Indigenous, Black, Asian, racialized, LGBTQ2S+, graduate and professional students, international students, part-time students, mature students, students with disabilities, and students with family responsibilities.