Pre- & Post-Election Cross-Divisional Resources for Students

Get Involved in Community Action, Connect with The People’s Pitzer Civic Engagement 2020

How to Overcome Political Divisiveness in Relationships

The People’s Pitzer Civic Engagement 2020

How to Prepare for Election Outcomes that Concern You

Voting while Trans Resource by GLAAD

How to Overcome Political Divisiveness in Relationships

7C & 5C Resources

  • 7C Health Services
    • Will have additional mental health professionals available today and through the rest of the week to help with election-related stress
    • 7C Healths TalkNow service is available 24/7 at no cost to give you the tools to address any symptoms or situation
    • Just go to www.7C.health to start your visit
    • Providers can discuss:
      • Stress
      • Anxiety
      • Loneliness
      • Depression
      • Anger
      • Relationship Issues
      • Much more
    • It’s ok to ask for help! There’s no better time than now to take care of your mental health and wellbeing. Go to www.7C.health for more information or to start a visit.

Pitzer Resources

Identity Board
idchair@students.pitzer.edu

Center for Asian Pacific American Students (CAPAS)

Pitzer Office of Student Affairs Case Management & Strive2Thrive Program

Doxing and Online Harassment Resources

While we call our community into being Mindful of Each Other and engaging others with mutual respect and civil discourse, given the national climate, it’s important to uphold our core values, especially during this time.

Students in need of support or are concerned about other impacted students may contact our on-call dean 24/7 at (909) 607-2000. Additional resources are also available on the On Campus and Community Resources website.