New Wellness Program for Sciences Students
We all need a little help sometimes
Because we all need a little help sometimes, the College of Sciences has partnered with the Counseling Center and the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences to create the Ag and Sciences Wellness Program.
Currently-enrolled undergraduate and graduate students and eligible postdocs can access specialized counseling services. Students are encouraged to explore personal, interpersonal, academic, and professional concerns that may be impacting their well-being.
Our embedded counselor, Luke Strawn, will hold drop-in hours between 3 and 5 pm on Tuesdays in the Bureau of Mines, Academic Affairs suite. See webpage for more details. Other services (individual counseling and group spaces) are also available.
Asking for support is both normal and courageous.
Important Dates from the Academic Calendar:
- Wednesday, October 19th: Drop/Revision deadline (all course drops or schedule revisions after this date require additional approvals and are only allowed under extenuating circumstances).
(Dates are different for courses that run in the second 8 week session of the semester.)
Link to the College of Sciences Academic Policies and Procedures webpage.
Come Visit Us in the Bureau of Mines!
We always love to see people in the Bureau of Mines. We have some great places to work and relax, both on the first floor and upstairs on the mezzanine level. And do stop by the Academic Affairs office on the first floor!
Alun Lloyd, Interim Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Jamila Simpson, Assistant Dean for Inclusive Excellence, and the Academic Affairs team