Looking for help with a student project? Or maybe you’re have academic or non-academic concerns? SAMRU can help!
Student Initiatives Programmer
If you have ideas for how SAMRU might be able to partner with you to enrich students’ academic experience, please contact the Student Initiatives Programmer. The Student Initiatives Programmer is faculty’s first contact for any exciting opportunities for students, or any academic enrichment partnerships faculty might be interested in developing. Examples of this are the Community Garden academic partnership with the Nursing faculty, and the Social Innovation Challenge partnership with the Bissett School of Business.
Student Advocacy Coordinator
In addition to providing extensive self-advocacy and appeals support to students experiencing academic and non-academic concerns, the Student Advocacy Coordinator also provides a variety of supports to students, including self-advocacy coaching, meeting attendance, meeting preparation and note-taking, institutional policy information, resource referral and skill development in conflict resolution and active listening.
For more information about Student Advocacy support, please click here.
The Student Advocacy Office has moved and is now located in room Z303.