CPS develops programs, workshops, and training opportunities as needed to respond to university community concerns. For example, ISO (International Student Outreach), SOS (Students Overcoming Stigma), are efforts led by students and supervised by CPS staff, which provide both programming to the larger campus, as well as training for the students who are directly involved.
We also provide programs and workshops on student concerns such as depression, relationships, adjustment, academic stress, test anxiety, sexual assault, and suicide. Call CPS to find out more about participating in these programs.
If you are a staff or faculty and want to request an outreach activity for a group of students, please submit an Outreach Request Form or if you have any questions, contact Erika Gray, Psy.D. at CPS, 593-1616.