Reproductive Health and Parenting
The Reproductive Health and Parenting Resource Coordinator serves as the first point of contact for pregnant individuals and parents at the university who need assistance and support—engaging in unbiased conversations and helping coordinate care through campus offices and resources. They work with individuals in need of assistance and collaborate with the Student Care Network, Student Health Center and the Employee Assistance Program to coordinate care for university community members. They also serve as the first point of contact for those who wish to apply for assistance through the Employee and Student Critical Support Funds. The coordinator plays an active role in campus programs to educate and engage students, faculty, staff and postdoctoral scholars on topics related to pregnancy and parenting. The Reproductive Health and Parenting Resource Coordinator position was a subcommittee recommendation coming out of a university-wide task force. More information can be found on the Reproductive Health Task Force site.