Weekly Announcements

Military Connected community support center

~The Veteran Support Center is not just for Veterans, it is for the military connected community. This means veterans, active military, ROTC, dependents, spouses, grandkids and everything in between are welcome to use their resources.

~They are located in 418 Union. They have space for the community to do schoolwork, calls and hangout. Coffee, tea and hot chocolate is available for anyone (including non-military connections).

~The Military/Veterans’ Crisis Line is: 1-800-273-8255, text 838255, militarychrisisline.net. Anyone can call, text or message with crisis response individuals in seeking support for a military/ veteran who is in need, not just the military/ veteran that is seeking help.

~If you need any campus support Brittany Lambert can be reached at 801-581-4499 or blambert@sa.utah.edu. She can help find students  class resources, funding, support, etc.

~The Veteran Support Center’s website is veteranscenter.utah.edu if you would like to see other things they have going on campus (quite a bit).

~There are a lot of funding opportunities that people are not generally aware of so it is encouraged for anyone with a military connection to go and talk to them to see what funding may be available for them.

College of Engineering Counselor, Jiabao Gao Counselor, CMHC

As the College of Engineering Mental Health Counselor, my goal is to provide a confidential, safe, and non-judgmental space to address any stressor or concern in your life, and empower you to take actions to meet your needs, values, and goals.

Please email me directly to schedule your intake appointment or feel free to email me with questions at jgao@sa.utah.edu

For more information regarding mental health resources/events provided by the U, please click here.

Campus Contraceptive Care Clinic:
  • Located at the University of Utah Hospital, the CCCC is providing no cost contraceptive care for University of Utah students.
  • The latest research shows that access to sexual and reproductive health services (SRH), including contraception, has been significantly constrained during the COVID-19 🦠 pandemic. As many as 1 in 3 people report having pandemic-related delays or cancellation of SRH care. We're responding to the pandemic by using telehealth📞for virtual contraceptive counseling, obtaining prescriptions for contraception, and appointment setting for IUD, implant, and injection methods.
  • Schedule an appointment by calling clinic manager, Chelsea Daniels, at 801-213-1398
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