Drop-In FGLI Support Space

CAPS, in collaboration with The RC Socioeconomic Status and Disability Interns, is happy to offer a FGLI Drop-In Support Space!  This drop in support space was created to provide FGLI students with a space to seek support and voice whatever is on your mind.  Come connect with fellow FGLI students who can possibly relate and CAPS staff who will host the space and provide their support as well.

FGLI students are welcome to access the drop in space regardless the location, that includes remote students!

The FGLI Support Space meets 4:00-5:00pm on Fridays and is on a come-and-go as you please basis. We want students to feel comfortable coming in late or leaving early, CAPS is here for you and the FGLI community.

Recurring zoom link:

https://wesleyan.zoom.us/j/97793677603?pwd=dTNVOSt3SUtXVlBESE8wRFZkQUxGZz09

Meeting ID: 977 9367 7603

Passcode: 437006

Flyer for FGLI Drop-In Hours

WasteNot/Resource Center Appliance Donations

Do you have appliances that are unused? Do you wish there was a way to donate those items?  DONATE HERE

The Resource Center, in collaboration with WasteNot, have organized a donation spreadsheet for Wesleyan students to donate appliances to fellow peers who may not be able to afford appliances (e.g. fridges and microwaves) to live comfortably.

Due to limitations of items donated to WasteNot, ONLY freshmen will be able to have access to the spreadsheet on Friday, Sept 11th.

The spreadsheet will be on a first come- first served basis starting Saturday, Sept 12

Waste Not Want Not Flyer

 

This spreadsheet acts as a medium, meaning that the students are responsible for contacting the individual donor for the item(s) pickup.

  • Students/Staff are allowed to donate more than one item, however please make a new entry for each item
  • When the donated item has been picked up, please change the color of the entry to red or email sfortson@wesleylan.edu or galice@wesleyan.edu
  • The donated item must abide by the university’s fire hazard guidelines, which can be found here.

Please note, if the item is large, consider borrowing a trolley from WesStation

Link to Spreadsheet

Services for New Week and Beyond 3/20

Dear Students,

As we all struggle to get used to Wesleyan in a distance-learning mode, we in Student Affairs wanted to provide you with an online resource guide detailing services and supports that will still be available regardless of whether you are near or far in the coming weeks.

Wishing you safe travels, good health and successful transitions.  As always, let us know how we can help.  Go Wes!

Warmly,

Dean Mike