Counseling provided to students at area colleges

Students at Sacramento State and UC Davis disappointed in Tuesday’s election results have options.

The day after the election, Sac State President Robert S. Nelsen shared a message on Facebook, noting there are people on campus students and faculty can talk to. For those who may need additional support, he encourages people to use services and resources provided by the campus, such as:

  • Counseling Services at the WELL.
  • Faculty and staff should contact the University Employee Assistance Program (EAP).
  • And information on how to identify and assist students or faculty in distress is provided to students.

He concluded his message saying they are a, “Hornet Family, and we will not let this election divide us or impede the important work that we are doing at Sacramento State to ensure that our University is welcoming and inclusive for all.”

On Wednesday, Interim Chancellor at UC Davis Ralph J. Hexter emailed students reminding them that staff is available for any support. The emailed also noted Community Advising Network counselors are available, as well as walk-in urgent-care mental health services are available in the Student Health and Wellness Center. 

The email ends saying, "we encourage you to take advantage of these resources.". 

Copyright 2016 KXTV


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