Campus Alliance for Resource Education (CARE)

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, located in the Denton Brackenridge Hall room 209, 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.

Campus Alliance for Resource Education (CARE) 

Commuter Services  (See CARE)

Frontiers Program  (students who've experienced foster care)

Veteran & Military Student Center (See Veteran and Military Services Center)

Child Care

Eating - Students experiencing hunger may access multiple resources (Minerva's Market, Mobile Food Pantry, SNAP & more) to help fill the gap.