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Five Days For Change

Five Days for Change is an intensive training program designed to provide university staff members with the opportunity to acquire and strengthen cultural competencies, awareness, and skills. This training will increase the visibility, skill, and effectiveness of allies in the cause of social justice and campus civility as critical campus incidents arise. Learn more about Five Days for Change.

RISE: Readying Illinois Students For Excellence

Readying Illinois Students for Excellence (RISE) is a FREE program for select first-year students, so that they may register for Fall 2016 courses, gain leadership skills, and locate valuable resources about where to go for help, advice, and fun at Illinois. Learn more about RISE.

FYCARE: First Year Campus Acquaintance Rape Education Workshop

First Year Campus Acquaintance Rape Education (FYCARE) workshop is an interactive discussion on campus sexual assault. FYCARE workshops focus on the dynamics of sexual assault, ways to support a survivor, understanding consent, and campus and community resources. Learn more about FYCARE.

I-Connect Diversity & Inclusion Workshop

I-Connect is an experiential training designed to help incoming students embrace differences and recognize shared experiences in order to build a welcoming and engaged campus community. Facilitated by fellow students, I-Connect uses collaborative exercises and engaging discussion to build participants’ communication skills and their ability to collaborate, learn, and work in diverse environments. Learn more about I-Connect.

Latina/o Resilience Network

The Latina/o Resilience Network provides support for Latinx students on campus, increases mental health wellness and awareness, and works as a space for students to share their campus climate experiences to build resilience. Learn more about the Latina/o Resilience Network.

LGBT Ally Network

Being an ally on gay/lesbian/bisexual/transgender issues is the process of working to develop individual attitudes, institutions, and culture in which gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people feel they matter. In doing so, allies also work to end homophobia, biphobia, transphobia, and heterosexism. Learn more about the LGBT Ally Network.

Global Leaders: Orange and Blue Engagement (GLOBE)

GLOBE connects Blue members (experienced domestic and international students) with Orange members (new international students) and teams them up in small groups to participate in various activities and events. The goal of GLOBE is provide opportunities for domestic and international students to network and develop leadership skills, and “help all students develop global awareness and cultural competency. Learn more about GLOBE.