The Campus Alliance for Resource Education (CARE) Office supports University retention efforts by offering wraparound services to address basic needs and supporting non-traditional students (including veterans, students with children, adult learners, and students who have experienced foster care). The CARE Office connects students with University resources, specialized programming, and staff. Students experiencing a financial or basic needs crisis may request an appointment to quickly be connected with a staff member.
The CARE Office provides students with information about child care (and child care vouchers), off-campus housing, non-traditional student scholarships, holiday gift program, student organizations, special events, commuter tips, information on transportation, and more. Additionally, students receive personalized resource referrals, financial well-being strategies, and meaningful connections to dedicated staff.
Commuter Services (See CARE)
Frontiers Program (students who've experienced foster care)
Veteran & Military Student Center (See Veteran and Military Services Center)
Eating - Students experiencing hunger may access multiple resources (Minerva's Market, Groceries to Go!, SNAP & more) to help fill the gap.