NUlistens is a Nipissing University program that informs Students that we care about their well-being.
It invites students to seek out supportive helpers, and trained listeners.
NUlistens events provide opportunities for campus wide dialogue about positive mental health, safety and wellness.
NUlisteners aim to help ensure students receive the appropriate supports.
NU Listener identification
You can identify faculty and staff who have been trained to respond and refer you to resources by an NUlistens sign in their work-space.
Who are listeners?
Caring Nipissing University Faculty and Staff
What is their role?
- Engage in the wellness of the campus community
- Provide supportive non-judgmental response to students who requires support
- Provide information and referrals to the student regarding appropriate resources
- Engage in ongoing learning that helps support students
How to become an NUlistener?
Listeners must attend an in-person orientation session hosted by the NUlistens team. The session will review best practices for supporting a student in distress, where to refer for specific student needs, and what additional support/training is available for NUlisteners.
Faculty and Staff who are interested in learning more about becoming an NU listener can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for future NUlistens Orientation dates.
NU Listens events and programming are designed to make students aware of the importance of their
whollistic well-being, and the of variety of support services available to them on campus.
Students can identify events coordinated through the NU Listens program by the logo displayed alongside event information and materials.
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