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Campus Climate COVID 19 Update

The Campus Climate staff strives to support our students, faculty, and staff. However, at this time, we will be operating with no or limited in-office staff until further notice and will not be accepting any face-to-face appointments or walk-ins. Our office building is closed to the public as of March 18. Please email your questions or concerns or virtual meeting requests to or We appreciate your patience during this time.

PiM for web2

This experiential meeting of the minds, shaped by principles of anti-racism, is designed for students who acknowledge systems of white supremacy and racial oppression, and desire to further explore their personal and collective responsibility within a racialized society. Our conversations will be informed by 4 main components (awareness, connection, responsibility and solidarity) through the exploration of concepts such as systemic racism, white savior complex, white fragility, and anti-racist action. Participants will exercise compassionate listening, practice empathy and engage in self-reflection in order to move towards healing and racial justice.

Next session: TBD

For questions or to request accommodations, contact AJ Clauss at