Published: Nov. 2, 2020

Election-specific support and resourcesTomorrow is election day. Regardless of whether or not the candidates you support win or lose, we’re here for you. To help manage and cope with election stress campus is providing a variety of election-specific health and wellness support and resources. Events range from peaceful post-election dialogues to mindful meditations and are hosted by several departments. 

Distressed about the election? Let’s talk about it.
Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS) is offering e-Let’s Talk Hours and Same Day Tele-Drop-In appointments for days following the election, Nov. 4 to Nov. 6, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Students can access CAPS staff and Embedded Providers through the e-Let’s Talk webpage

If students would like to schedule a Same Day Tele-Drop-In appointment, you can schedule a time through the CU Health Portal

Center for Inclusion and Social Change events
The Center for Inclusion and Social Change (CISC) will also host a couple of post-election events, including Community Chat: Post-Election Support on Nov. 4, and How to Talk about What Matters on Nov. 5. 

Student Conduct & Conflict Resolution dialogues
The Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution (SCCR) will host separate post-election dialogues for students who are satisfied with the election results, and students who are unsatisfied with the election results.

Faculty and Staff Assistance Program counseling
The Faculty and Staff Assistance Program (FSAP) is offering free virtual drop-in counseling support during election week. Sessions will be in the form of one-on-one virtual rooms. 

This election season has been particularly hard on all of us. Know that you’re not alone. Reach out and seek support if you are feeling stress from this election.