DePaul University Newsline > Sections > Campus and Community > Students Affairs creates hub for election information, campus resources, events
By Student Affairs /
October 27, 2020 /
Posted in: CAMPUS AND COMMUNITY /
In the coming weeks, the university will host a number of events related to the election:
Civic Engagement and Social Action Series with Valerie JohnsonTuesday, Oct. 27 5:30 p.m.DePaul SGA Facebook Live
Identifying and Coping with Racial Trauma: Creating your Racism Recovery PlanWednesday, Oct. 28 2 p.m.RSVP
Anxiety Buster SeriesWednesday, Oct. 285 p.m.RSVP
Sistas…Y'all Alright?Monday, Nov. 212 p.m.RSVP
Anxiety Buster SeriesMonday, Nov. 24:30 p.m.RSVP
Election Analysis & Market ReactionsWednesday, Nov. 43 p.m.RSVP
Anxiety Buster SeriesWednesday, Nov. 45 p.m.RSVP
Political Science Department presents Election 2020Thursday, Nov. 54:30 p.m.RSVP
Self and Collective Wellness CircleFriday, Nov. 611 a.m.RSVP
Anxiety Buster SeriesMonday, Nov. 94:30 p.m.RSVP
Anxiety Buster SeriesWednesday, Nov. 115 p.m.RSVP
Identifying and Coping with Racial Trauma: Creating your Racism Recovery PlanFriday, Nov. 1312 p.m.RSVP
Discuss Self-Care with OMSS & HPWFriday, Nov. 133:30 p.m.RSVP
Support service and resources
Dean of Students Office
Students who have experienced some type of harassment or discrimination should contact the Dean of Students Office to file a complaint.
University Counseling Services
Counselors are available for support, crisis management, consultation and community referrals.
Division of Mission and Ministry
The Division of Mission and Ministry staff can provide pastoral care and support for people of all faith or spiritual backgrounds as well as for those who do not claim a particular tradition or belief. Please contact Diane Dardon (email@example.com) if you are in need of support, prayer, or a listening ear.
Health Promotion and Wellness
HPW can help students manage stress, anxiety, sleeplessness, and overall physical, emotional and spiritual wellness. Contact 773-325-7219.
Office of Multicultural Student Success
OMSS offers support for students of color, first generation students, students who demonstrate financial need, undocumented students, as well as students with marginalized genders and sexualities. Virtual office tinyurl.com/ZoomOMSS or contact (773) 325-7325.
Racial trauma resources:
General support services
Staff and faculty across the university are encouraged to hold space on their calendars on and around Election Day to provide open office hours, as well as to be flexible about class attendance and late assignments, considering the range of emotions around the election and election rhetoric.
In addition to the office links and phone numbers above, following are links for Student Affairs virtual Zoom offices: