Happy Juneteenth! In light of the recent national events, of racial injustice, UIS and the Division of Student Affairs stands firm with the Black community. We value the humanity of our students, faculty, staff, and administration who are deeply entrenched in the racial tension. We stand against the long history, practice, and ideology of systemic racism and recommit ourselves in the fight towards justice & equity.
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UIS COVID-19 Updates
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- UIS COVID-19 Updates
- As we know, COVID-19 has ravaged communities around the globe. In the U.S. alone, it has had far-reaching, and damaging effects. At the University of Illinois Springfield, we have generated a campus resource to inform and educate campus constituents about some of the impacts.COVID-19’s diverse nature continues to have a grave impact on populations we work, learn, and share community with, every day.
We share this resource in the hopes of starting a dialogue around awareness. Being educated about COVID-19’s diverse impacts is one of the defenses we can use.
Please feel free to post this resource to your department’s page, and other social media outlets. Let’s continue to do our part in flattening the curve while at the same time, reducing stigma.
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- Weekly What’s Good? What’s New?
- Twice a Week (Mondays at 1pm and Fridays at 2pm) connect with Diversity Center and Women’s Center Team via Zoom.
- For More information on how to get on the call email firstname.lastname@example.org
Connect with the Women’s Center
The Women’s Center, a division of the Diversity Center, is committed to providing programming and support for women-identified students and their allies on campus.
Are you a First-Generation First Year Student Looking for Support?
The Necessary Steps Mentoring Program (NSMP): is a Living Learning Community that was established in 2009 at UIS. It is designed to transition first-generation students to the challenges and demands of college life. First-generation is defined as students whose parents/guardians have not graduated from a four-year college or institution. To learn more and apply, click the link below!
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