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  • Alyssa Kornacki

New website on campus brings resources to the campus community

Canisius Cares, a new campus program, launched last week. This website is a resource that supports the entire Canisius community, faculty, staff and students, and even their family members. Any student concerns about resources on and off campus can be addressed quickly through the website, which is accessible from any computer or mobile device.

Canisius Cares was built by one of Canisius’s graduate assistants who works in the Academic Mentoring Center on campus. Graduate Assistant Caleb Long developed the website and shared that it was made with every student at Canisius in mind. All of the resources are listed alphabetically on the website and range from assistance with mental, emotional and physical health to inclusive and LGBTQ+ spaces on campus.

Each page has interactive features including places to contact staff members, hours for on-campus services and websites to connect students with additional information. Everything on the website is updated weekly and Long says he is looking for feedback from students around campus to know if there are any changes that need to be made or suggestions of resources to add to benefit students in the community.

QR codes are posted around campus and in this week's edition of The Griffin to access the site. You can also visit the website by typing canisius.concerncenter.com into your browser. If you need assistance in any area of your health or academics, Canisius Cares is the best place to find it!


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