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Campus Resources

There are many campus resources available to facilitate effective dialogue across differences and ensure safety on campus.

Safety

  1.  See Something, Say Something
    The University is your home while you're a student here and, like any family, we all have to pull together to make it the best place it can be. Visit https://police.louisiana.edu/crime-information/see-something-say-something for more information.
     
  2. Sign up for Emergency Alerts
    The University's Emergency Notification System (ENS) is designed to provide immediate alerts for emergencies and threats on campus. All students and employees must opt in to the Emergency Notification System to receive the messages. Visit http://safety.louisiana.edu/resource-center/emergency-notification-syste... to sign up or update your contact information.
     
  3. Rave Guardian Campus Safety App
    The Rave Guardian mobile phone app enhances safety on campus through real-time interactive features that create a virtual safety network of friends, family, and Campus Safety is available for Apple and Android devices and can be downloaded from the appropriate app store. Visit https://www.ravemobilesafety.com/rave-guardian/ for more information.

Engagement and Dialogue

  1. Students of Concern Team (SOCT)
    The SOCT is a campus resource dedicated to assisting students who may be in distress or experiencing challenging or difficult life circumstances. The SOCT also provides consultation and intervention when students exhibit aggressive, concerning or disruptive behaviors. The SOCT receives information from concerned parties regarding students who may be exhibiting worrisome, disturbing, or disruptive behaviors. To learn more, visit http://studentaffairs.louisiana.edu/dean-students/faculty-staff.
     
  2. Office for Campus Diversity
    The Office for Campus Diversity offers a variety of educational resources to support learning and dialogue. In particular, the “Courageous Conversations” series provides roundtable discussions for groups of faculty, staff and graduate students for an opportunity to learn and share best practices for engaging diversity and inclusion, both inside and outside the classroom. To learn more, visit http://diversity.louisiana.edu/courageous-conversations.
     
  3. Student Organizations that Support Diversity on Campus
    The Office of Student Engagement and Leadership supports a number of student organizations that promote diversity on campus. A complete list of student organizations is available at http://getinvolved.louisiana.edu/student-organizations.
     
  4. Counseling and Testing Center
    The Counseling and Testing Center provides personal counseling, crisis intervention, and short-term psychotherapy for individuals, couples, families, and groups. Consultation services and workshops are available to student groups, faculty, and staff. To learn more, visit http://counselingandtesting.louisiana.edu.
     
  5. Office of International Affairs
    There are approximately 700 international students from 82 countries that are part of the University community. To learn more, visit https://internationalaffairs.louisiana.edu/.

Academic Resources

  1. Campus Conversations Toolkit
    Using the news as a means of dialogue, education, and reflection, this toolkit is a helpful resource developed by the American Association of State Colleges and Universities. For more information, visit http://aascu.org/programs/ADP/publications/CampusToolkit/.
     
  2. A World Portrait: A Global Education Toolbox
    The 100 People Foundation has developed an online toolkit that helps students to better understand the complex issues facing our planet and the resources we share. For more information, visit http://www.100people.org/index.php.
     
  3. Academic Freedom and Educational Responsibility Statement
    The Board of Directors of the American Association of State Colleges and Universities has issued a statement on academic freedom and educational responsibility. To read the statement, visit https://www.aacu.org/about/statements/academic-freedom.
     
  4. Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation (TRHT) Framework
    The W.K. Kellogg Foundation has developed the Truth, Racial Healing & Transformation (TRHT) framework as an initiative to unite nonprofit, social justice, corporate, government, religious and community leaders. The TRHT framework helps community members to authentically explore and expose current racial realities, related historic patterns, as well as short- and long-term strategies for meaningful change. To learn more, visit http://healourcommunities.org/.
     
  5. Step Up & Lead for Equity: What Higher Education Can Do to Reverse Deepening Divides
    The American Association of State Colleges and Universities has developed a report highlighting the importance of equity in higher education. To effectively educate today’s students, higher education must focus more urgently on equity in order to close achievement gaps and advance high-quality learning outcomes for all students. To learn more, visit https://www.aacu.org/publications/step-up-and-lead.