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In Solidarity...from Office of Student Engagement

CW: anti-Black violence, racism

The Office of Student Engagement acts unequivocally in solidarity with our Black students and community who have been harmed by racial injustice, violence and systemic oppression, including police brutality. We are committed to fighting these injustices, specifically White supremacy and structural racism, continuing our own education and supporting all of our students in their own education and learning.

Having heard its importance from students, we also want to share with you the actions we, the OSE staff, have taken thus far:

  • We are managing the Solidarity Fund  a new fund created and administered in partnership with the Division of Student Affairs, for all student organizations. The fund provides resources for summer programming.
  • We are collecting your student organization solidarity statements and posting them on the OSE website to amplify your voice. Please use this form.
  • Going forward, we are committed to having policies, processes and practices that are better informed by equity, inclusion and justice for all students. We invite your engagement in this process.

Our team is available and open to connect.


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COVID-19 Update 

As of Monday, March 16, OSE professional staff will mostly be working remotely and our office space is closed based on University guidance. We are still a resource for you and available to connect virtually. Do not hesitate to reach out if you have any inquiries. Please email or or reach out to a staff member.

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