In hopes of better supporting our chapters, the Interfraternity Council has compiled some useful on-campus resources below.
firstname.lastname@example.org · (662) 915-1689
Trainings are facilitated by staff members or trained peer educators. Based on the curricular approach, some of the trainings offered to our campus are:
- Implicit Bias and Microaggressions Training
- Inclusive Advising and Supporting Training
- Fostering Inclusive Teams and Environments
- Allies Training
- Exploring Gender and Sexuality
- Customized Training
email@example.com · (662) 915-6543
The William Magee Center for AOD and Wellness Education provides several services that empower students to strive for wellness. Our office facilitates Disrupt the Culture, an educational initiative that aims to educate students and change the landscape of substance use in our community. We oversee the Collegiate Recovery Community (CRC) that aids in disrupting the culture by providing scholarships to students in recovery while also creating a safe, healthy environment for student success. We also provide RebelADE, a non-punitive educational program designed to help students make better decisions and positive behavior change relating to substance use. We also address several key areas of wellness that can impact student success by providing Wellness Presentations and Wellness Consultations, which allow students to meet with a wellness representative 1-on-1 to discuss resources and tools related to substance safety, and mental, sexual, and physical wellness.
firstname.lastname@example.org · (662) 915-7234 (non-emergency)
email@example.com · (662) 915-7045
The Title IX Coordinator is available to provide chapters with trainings and education on healthy relationships, consent, and bystander intervention. Title IX also serves as a place to report sexual assault and sexual harassment.