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September 12, 2001
Campus Memorial and Support Services
The UMBC community has joined together to offer extended support as well as memorial services in the wake of the attacks on New York, Washington, and Pennsylvania.
|UMBC Responds to Our Nation's Tragedy|
|Tuesday, Sept. 11||3 p.m.||Teach-in||UC Ballroom|
|Wednesday, Sept. 12||1 p.m.||Speak-out||UC Plaza|
|Thursday, Sept. 13||8 p.m.||Candlelight Vigil||UC Plaza|
|Friday, Sept. 14||1 p.m.||Memorial Service||UC Ballroom|
|Saturday, Sept. 15||9 a.m.||Multicultural Affairs Conference||UC Ballroom Lounge|
|Beginning on Wednesday, Sept. 12 at 3 p.m. through Friday, Sept. 14at 8 p.m., the UC Ballroom Lounge will be used as a Memorial/ReflectionSpace for all members of the UMBC community. |
UniversityCounseling Services will have at least one counselor will beavailable at the Center throughout the day to see all who come in or callfor assistance. Staff will be available to assist throughout theuniversity community, and provide support and assistance as needed.Walk-in visits, as always, are encouraged at this time. Faculty andstaff, in addition to students, are encouraged to visit UCS during this period asneeded. For further information, please call UCS at 410 455-2472
For more information, please contact the Office of StudentLife at ext. 3462 (410.455.3462), the Office of the Vice President forStudent Affairs at ext. 2393 (410.455.2393), or the Multicultural AffairsOffice at ext. 3918 (410.455.3918).
Residential Students are encouraged to contact theResidential Life Office, ext. 2591, for additional information regarding programs/services in the halls.
Posted by dwinds1 at September 12, 2001 12:00 AM