Nov. 3-5: Open, Drop-in Zoom Room for National and Global Concerns
A space to talk about current issues including the election, the pandemic, racial tensions, and anything else that might concern you.
Dear Arcadia Community,
The Anti-Black Racism Initiatives Committee (ABRI) and Academic Affairs is hosting an open, drop-in Zoom room to provide the Arcadia Community with a space to talk about current issues including the election, the pandemic, racial tensions, and anything else that might concern you.
We are physically distant due to COVID-19, but we are here for each other. We are a Community of Care, where dialogue, support, and emotional, psychological, physical, and intellectual well-being is our priority.
Please join us at a time that is convenient for you. The room will be open:
Please note that you will need to be logged into your Arcadia Zoom account to be allowed into the room. Instructions on how to log in are available here.
For questions about the open Zoom room, please contact Kate Hanley in the Provost’s Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also, note that Counseling Services is offering extended same-day appointments to assist students with post-election feelings and concerns November 4-13, Wednesday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. These extended hours are in addition to our regularly scheduled appointments. Services are free and completely confidential.
Students can reach Counseling Services and make appointments at 215-572-2967 or email@example.com.