Student ResourcesIf there is an emergency and you need immediate help, please call the UNC Police at 970-351-2245.
You may find it helpful to reach out to one or more of the following resources for assistance during difficult times. If you’d like, our case managers are here to help you connect with these resources and to address any questions or concerns you may have throughout the process. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to request to meet with a case manager if you’re interested in additional support.
Although the Dean of Students Office is not directly involved with academic appeals, case managers know that students frequently have questions about how to navigate the process.
Authorizing Release of Information
UNC students working with case managers in the Dean of Students Office have the opportunity to authorize the release of information to specified parties of their choosing. In some limited circumstances, including emergencies as described below, UNC may share students' information without a Release of Information on file.
UNC students should regularly review and update their Emergency Contact information in URSA. Emergency Contact information is necessary to contact someone of your choice on your behalf in case of an emergency. UNC may use this information when students are personally involved in a health or safety emergency; for example, emergency medical transports and/or hospitalizations.
UNC recognizes that students may be in need of emergency financial assistance due to disruptions from COVID-19, personal crises, or other urgent situations. UNC has limited funding available to support students in these exigent circumstances. Students can apply for Emergency Support Funding, which is awarded through the Office of Financial Aid.