Post-Election Resources for Students

The 2016 US Presidential Election has left our community with deep emotions. On behalf of the CMAE, we are committed to diversity, equity and inclusion. We take it upon ourselves to ensure that students feel safe from the recent political circumstances. We value each individual's passions, aspirations and identities. We are constantly working to make ourselves more adept at understanding how race, ethnicity, national origin or citizenship, gender, religious affiliation or background, sexual orientation, gender identity, economic class or status, political affiliation or belief, and ability or disability affect the way we live and learn. 

If you or anyone was impacted by the presidential events, we urge you to take advantage of the help and resources provided.

The UO DREAMers Working Group website

Below is a list of resources and places of support for all students:

The Center for Multicultural Academic Excellence provides academic support, coaching, mentoring, leadership development and intership opportunities in a diverse and culturally responsive environment.

Division of Student Life provides many resources, support, and events around the community.  

Office of the Dean of Students has drop-in support daily from 1:00pm - 5:00pm in 164 Oregon Hall. 

Office of Academic Affairs is committed to promoting a safe and respectful environment for all members of our campus community.

University Counseling and Testing Center provides individual therapy, consultation, and outreach to university students. 

Mills International Center is an inclusive space where students who were impacted by the election can relax. 

Duck Nest is a wellness center that helps develop self-care and life-balance strategies. 

Office of the Provost and Academic Affairs offers opportunities for private conversations about ongoing concerns.

Campus Calendar provides events all around campus. 

Alternative resources and services provided by the University of Oregon.