Post-Election Resources and Support

SUL Rosette
The following has been republished from an email distributed by Stanford University Human Resources, November 9, 2016.
Dear Stanford Community:

At this historic moment, we have heard from students, faculty and staff who have expressed uncertainty, anger, anxiety and/or fear following yesterday's election. We write to reaffirm the university's commitment to support every member of our community.
The most important thing to do is to take care of yourselves and to give support to those who need it. If you want to talk, need support or have short- or long-term concerns you wish to discuss, the university has resources available to you, including our undergraduate and graduate residential staffs, Counseling & Psychological Services, the Faculty Staff Help Center, the Office for Religious Life and our community centers.

There are a couple of scheduled programs today including:
Throughout the day, our community centers will be having conversations that are open to all. In the days and weeks ahead, we expect additional programs and events to take place.

Elizabeth Zacharias                                                Greg Boardman
Vice President for Human Resources                     Vice Provost for Student Affairs
By Stanford University Human Resources