AEM student support and service including appointments and drop-ins, will be held virtually via Zoom during COVID-19. For appointments regarding the graduate program, Molly Schmitz has 30 minute appointments or drop-ins 5-10 minutes available W 9-11am & Th 1-3pm - please email her at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up an appointment. For appointments regarding the undergraduate program, Hanna Pahr has 30 minute appointments available M 10-12pm & F 9-11am - please email her at email@example.com to set up an appointment. Please include what specifically you would like to discuss and your availability. Departmental normal business hours are from 8am to 4:30pm M-F.
Students must have either installed the Zoom for Meetings Desktop App or the Zoom Mobile App in order to attend the virtual appointment. We recommend using the desktop app. Detailed installation instructions can be found on OIT’s website. General Zoom help documentation can be found here. When scheduling an appointment, you will receive the Zoom link in your reminder email. Please make sure to check your UMN email account within 24 hours of your appointment for that information.
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Provides forms and support programs for graduate students, plus information on grants, fellowships, and more.
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Office for Community Standards (OCS)
Mediates matters arising from student conduct on campus using educational strategies and disciplinary counseling as catalysts for self-understanding and personal growth. Most complaints are handled on an informal person-to-person basis.
Student Conflict Resolution Center (SCRC)
Assists students with campus-based concerns. In addition to handling individual cases, such as grading and instructional complaints, the office also functions in a proactive way to prevent problems in the area.
Student Legal Services
Provides legal advice and representation to all eligible students on campus in issues such as landlord/tenant relations, consumer matters including automobile purchases and repairs, credit problems, insurance matters, debt collections, wills and trusts, family law, immigration matters, and other legal issues. All students paying student services fees are eligible to use the Student Legal Service.
Student Counseling Services
Assists in a wide range of support services such as mental health and life concerns, learning and academic skill challenges, career uncertainty, and faculty/staff communication.
Student Academic Success Services
Assists students in developing skills that will benefit their academics such as: active learning, self awareness, study skills, life balance, and student engagement.
Disability Resource Center
Assists students, faculty, staff, and guests with a wide range of disabilities by providing physical, programmatic and academic accommodations, adjustments, training, and consultation services
International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS)
This organization is dedicated to the support of international students, scholars, and employees. ISSS helps departments bring new foreign nationals into the community, provides intercultural training for students, staff, and faculty, and and hosts events that build links between the U.S. and international communities on campus.
Resources for Personal Support:
- Aurora Center: website; 24 Hour Helpline: 612-626-9111
- University Counseling & Consulting Services (UCCS)
- Boynton Mental Health
- Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
- UMN 24/7 crisis line 612-301-4673. You can also text "UMN" to 61222. Both phone and text offer 24/7 help to our campus community.
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- Using and Leasing University Outdoor Space
- Permit Application and Space Reservation Application
- Food Safety at Events
- Food Permits