What's Happening At Woo U!
Follow Student Involvement on our Social Media accounts below to find out more information about what's happening at WSU!
To post your very own announcement on our What's Happening At Woo U newsletter, click here! During the summer, we will publish this article bi-weekly so please submit your announcement for the 2 next weeks.
To add a picture, a form, or a video to your announcement
please email it to email@example.com.
Invitation to participate in an anonymous survey related to COVID-19
Our goal is to assess the impact and changes brought upon social distancing due to the COVID-19 pandemic in students and teachers.
To participate, you will only need to answer one brief 10-minute anonymous survey; Please copy and paste the link below in your browser.
We would appreciate it if you could also forward this link to your fellow students, even outside of WSU!
If you would like more information or have questions, contact the study's Principal Investigator Jaime F. Vallejos at firstname.lastname@example.org
Racial Trauma: Resources for coping and mental health
The tragic deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbory have brought to the forefront the traumatic impact that racial violence, systemic oppression, and racism have on black individuals. Students in need of additional support may reach out to the Counseling Center to speak to one of our counselors at email@example.com or 508-929-8072.
The following resources, compiled by the Steve Fund, may also aid coping during this challenging time:
Text STEVE to 741741 to reach a
culturally trained CRISIS TEXT LINE COUNSELOR
Voter Registration Selfie Spots
WSU SAAC Needs your Votes!
If you could click the link and vote for WSU SAAC!
This free funding would be great for our participants to get an even better experience while at Worcester State!
Boston Public Library access!
It's also worth checking out what your hometown library can provide! Here's a link to the Worcester Public Library: https://www.mywpl.org/ In addition to access to ebooks, movies, magazines, etc., many libraries are hosting book clubs, craft hours, cooking demonstrations, speakers, and other fun and education activities to get you through your socially distant summer.