Mental health is important. This confidential resource supports JWU students in managing their emotional wellbeing. We offer short-term individual therapy, group therapy, crisis intervention, consultation, and referrals. Stephanie Dixon, director of JWU Providence Counseling Services:
We believe it is critically important for our students to be seen and to be heard during this time. Counseling Services will continue to be a safe and affirming place for students to be seen, to be heard, and to be supported. We are committed to supporting our students and working to effect change in our campus community and beyond. Students are dealing with so much uncertainty right now along with a tremendous amount of emotion and feelings like anger, pain, fear, grief, sadness, to name a only a few. If students feel isolated and are having difficulties coping we would strongly encourage them to reach out for support.
To make an appointment, call our office at 401-598-1016. For after-hours emergencies, contact an on-call counselor at 888-222-4805.
Dedicated to fostering ethical practices and working with the JWU community, ECS strives to promote a culture of equity and compliance, and advance JWU’s commitment to creating an environment that values integrity, shared respect and responsibility. Contact our team or to learn more about our areas of focus, services, policies & resources, reporting options (including anonymous reporting options) and nondiscrimination campus liaisons.
This program allows students to report concerns anonymously to Campus Safety & Security (CS&S), especially when students are nervous about coming forward. Note: this program does not replace the need to contact CS&S directly with information about an emergency or potential harmful situation. During those situations, contact CS&S immediately at 401-598-1103.
Many undergraduate courses in the College of Arts & Sciences engage students in a discussion about race & multicultural identity.
View a Sample Course List, or review the JWU Catalog for full course offerings and descriptions.
On Wednesday evenings, from March 17 – April 21, participants will learn more about weekly subject matters via shared experiences and rich discussion. Join this community-wide initiative, engaging in dialogue with students, faculty, staff and alumni. Visit the Office of Student Engagement's website for more information as we get closer to March!
The BRIDGE and Student Engagement offices are pleased to offer this module, which:
All members of the JWU community are expected to recognize the importance of accepting others, which includes valuing the diverse identities and experiences that each member of the JWU community brings to campus. Engaging with these materials will help you contribute to a more inclusive community as we demonstrate these values on campus, across the country, and around the world. Training regarding anti-racist practices is being conducted with all faculty and staff prior to the start of the semester as well.
The JWU Library is committed to building a diverse collection of texts that represent our community's multicultural voices.
We aim to shed light on the truths of our past, no matter how difficult our histories can be. The JWU Librarians believe that by illuminating the experiences of others, we can all empathize, reflect, learn and act to build a more inclusive future.
If you are looking for resources on Native Americans, please reach out: