On Wednesday, 12 August 2020 the student affairs community, as represented by your professional associations, will come together as a unit to talk about how our profession can make tangible progress in addressing racial justice on American college campuses.
Student Affairs Commitment to Racial Justice: Day of Action Continue reading
There could not be a more important time than now to actively build your own capacity and skills to empower youth of all ages (from elementary school kids to college students) to actively engage in leadership Continue reading
Commentary: Ending environmental racism in San Diego requires facing our history of social injustice
https://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/opinion/commentary/story/2020-07-16/history-of-environmental-racism-southern-california-commentary Continue reading
PLEASE NOTE: July statements do not reflect fall charges or fall financial aid. Continuing students and New incoming students will receive a fall billing statement in the first week of August.
Join DLS Faculty and Staff for Black Minds Matter, a free five-part webinar series from CORA Learning starting July 16th. Register here!
The health insurance portal provided by Gallagher Student Health is in the final steps of being updated and is not currently live for students to waive or enroll. Please know that USD expects the waiver form will be available to Continue reading
Please view this flyer about the Tele-mental Health Clinic being offered by the counseling program in SOLES.
Here are some pertinent updates from the Graduate Student Support Network meeting that took place on May 5. One Stop: They have 200+ open cases a day so it’s about a 3-day turnaround time for a response. Please let students Continue reading
The deadline for full-time students to waive out or enroll into the health insurance plan is September 14, 2020. Continue reading
RISE San Diego is hosting a free webinar this evening featuring USD SOLES Assistant Professor Dr. Kristopher Hall, student Ebonāy Lee, and SOLES Alum Dr. Roxanne J. Kymaani. RISE Now: Red, Black & Blues: Social Justice and Leadership in Times Continue reading