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There are many ways for your student to explore their spirituality on the U of R campus.
Here are some ways you can get connected to other families at the University of Rochester:
The Greene Center for Career Education and Connections offers opportunities for your student to explore and pursue their career goals.
We've provided some resources on campus that your student can engage in to practice self-care:
Below are some of the resources beneficial to students interested in exploring their career and/or internship opportunities.
Wilson Commons Student Activities (WCSA) provides opportunities for students to engage in person and virtually.
Please be sure to sign up for Rochester Restart for weekly updates related to fall reopening. Also, visit the Coronavirus Updates page for answers to frequently asked questions.
Learning more about campus resources can help you start a dialogue with your student. The resources below are a great starting point. In addition, you may reach out to Parent and Family Relations at 585-275-5415 if you would like help exploring ways to support your student.
Visit the Office of the Bursar's website frequently asked questions about ebills.
Learn more about Winter Stay at University of Rochester
Learn more about Career Competencies at The Gwen M. Greene Center. Students can schedule 1:1 appointments with advisors.
Responses indicated that sex is the most difficult topic for families to discuss with students. The following resources are offered to help you have more productive discussions with students on the topic: