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A confidential, supportive resource for victims/survivors of interpersonal violence and other crimes, the Center for Advocacy, Response & Education (CARE) can help students, faculty and staff navigate campus and community resources. CARE advocates have no responsibility to take action or report to the university or police.

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The Student Code of Conduct outlines the standard of behavior that is expected of all Husker students. Student Conduct and Community Standards interprets and enforces campus regulations while protecting relevant legal rights for students.

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Nearly one in three students on campus worries about not having enough food until they get money to buy more. The pantry, located inside the Nebraska Union, provides free food and hygiene items, and information about food assistance programs and housing in the community.

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The center works collaboratively to provide education, resources, consultation, outreach and advocacy to build a campus community inclusive of people of all sexual orientations, gender identities and expressions.

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Jackie Gaughan Multicultural Center at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Located inside the Jackie Gaughan Multicultural Center, a home away from from for underrepresented students, OASIS promotes academic excellence, advocates for an inclusive environment, and encourages social engagement to further student success.

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Ensuring equal access to curricular and co-curricular opportunities, Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) coordinates and implements reasonable accommodations for students.

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Funded entirely by student fees, Student Legal Services offers free legal advice or representation to students.

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Students can get money questions answered or schedule an in-person, phone or email money mentoring session. Common session topics include spending plans, understanding financial aid, establishing credit, saving money and debt repayment.

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Federally funded to support students from disadvantaged backgrounds, TRIO programs provide outreach to select middle school and high schools, and support undergraduate students with free academic tutoring, one-on-one advising and specialized instruction with smaller class sizes.

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Through coaching, students can create the life they want to live, both now and in the future. Well-being coaches emphasize gratitude, social connection, stress management, emotional awareness, strength building, growth mindsets and transitions.

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