The CARE network — our nationally recognized program for confidentially receiving help with almost any academic, emotional, physical or social concern — serves all graduate and post-baccalaureate students as well as University undergraduates.
Our University Intercessor helps promote a respectful, inclusive university for all members of the community by resolving disputes, challenging perceptions, and advocating for fairness at the University.
The Office for Inclusion and Culture Development promotes diversity and is tasked with ensuring that policies and practices to support learners are clear, consistent, and communicated effectively across all education programs.
The University offers 24/7 Crisis Services. A mental health professional is always on call after hours and on weekends. Call (585) 275-3113 if you are experiencing a mental health emergency.
The Sexual Misconduct website includes information about the University’s sexual misconduct policies and resources available to students. There are multiple places on campus where students can speak privately or confidentially about incidents they have experienced or observed. For immediate assistance, contact Public Safety (x13) or (585) 275-7273.
The School of Nursing’s student diversity officer — a representative of the Council for Diversity and Inclusiveness — is also a resource for fellow students to continue efforts in creating a welcoming learning environment.