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  • Apr 14
    Dukes in Recovery

    Apr. 14 | 7pm | Festival Conference Room 5

    Dukes in Recovery is an anonymous, student-led program that provides a support network for students who are recovering from alcoholism and/or substance addiction.

    This support network enables students to come together and discuss how they can support each other through their journey towards sobriety. It provides a non-judgmental, non-critical, and anonymous forum for discussion with JMU students who share the common challenge of staying sober.

    Dukes in Recovery is not affiliated with any other addiction treatment programs, and is only for JMU students.

    No audio or visual recording, cameras, or transcription of the meetings are permitted.

    Please contact the University Health Center's Substance Abuse Prevention office with any questions.

  • Apr 21
    Dukes Step Up! Informational Practice Sessions

    The University Health Center is seeking dynamic, energetic student leaders to be part of the exciting Dukes Step Up! initiative for this fall’s incoming first year students.
    • 1pm April 21
    • 4pm April 21
    • 2pm April 22
    • 4pm April 24
    • 1pm April 25
    Informational Practice Sessions will be approximately 45 minutes and held at the new University Health Center in the Student Success Center.

    Please email Veronica Jones or Lesley Eicher if you are interested in attending.

  • Apr 21
    Step Up For Survivors

    April 21 | 5pm | Commons

    Walk with Campus Assault Response to raise awareness and show sexual assault and intimate partner violence survivors that we C.A.R.E.

    Balloon relase to follow walk.

    See who's going on Facebook.

  • Apr 21
    Dukes in Recovery

    Apr. 21 | 7pm | Festival Conference Room 3

    Dukes in Recovery is an anonymous, student-led program that provides a support network for students who are recovering from alcoholism and/or substance addiction.

    This support network enables students to come together and discuss how they can support each other through their journey towards sobriety. It provides a non-judgmental, non-critical, and anonymous forum for discussion with JMU students who share the common challenge of staying sober.

    Dukes in Recovery is not affiliated with any other addiction treatment programs, and is only for JMU students.

    No audio or visual recording, cameras, or transcription of the meetings are permitted.

    Please contact the University Health Center's Substance Abuse Prevention office with any questions.

  • Apr 28
    Dukes in Recovery

    Apr. 28 | 7pm | Festival Conference Room 5

    Dukes in Recovery is an anonymous, student-led program that provides a support network for students who are recovering from alcoholism and/or substance addiction.

    This support network enables students to come together and discuss how they can support each other through their journey towards sobriety. It provides a non-judgmental, non-critical, and anonymous forum for discussion with JMU students who share the common challenge of staying sober.

    Dukes in Recovery is not affiliated with any other addiction treatment programs, and is only for JMU students.

    No audio or visual recording, cameras, or transcription of the meetings are permitted.

    Please contact the University Health Center's Substance Abuse Prevention office with any questions.

  • May 5
    Dukes in Recovery

    May 5 | 7pm | Festival Conference Room 5

    Dukes in Recovery is an anonymous, student-led program that provides a support network for students who are recovering from alcoholism and/or substance addiction.

    This support network enables students to come together and discuss how they can support each other through their journey towards sobriety. It provides a non-judgmental, non-critical, and anonymous forum for discussion with JMU students who share the common challenge of staying sober.

    Dukes in Recovery is not affiliated with any other addiction treatment programs, and is only for JMU students.

    No audio or visual recording, cameras, or transcription of the meetings are permitted.

    Please contact the University Health Center's Substance Abuse Prevention office with any questions.

  • May 9
    Lavender Graduation

    May 9 | 10am-1pm | Festival Highlands Room

    Lavender Graduation is a separate graduation ceremony and celebration to honor the success and achievements of JMU LGBTQA+ students, as well as thank them for everything they've done here at JMU.

    It is hosted by the LGBT & Ally Education Program and will be held 10am-1pm, May 9, in the Festival Highlands room. Brunch will be served at 10am, with a ceremony to follow at 10:30.

    This event is open to all and in addition to honoring graduates, the LGBT & Ally Education Program will also present two awards to individuals who have gone above and beyond to positively impact the LGBT and ally community.

    • Chris L. Gatesman Service Award: Given in recognition of outstanding dedication and support of James Madison University's LGBT & Ally Education Program.
    • LGBT & Ally Education Award: Presented to an individual in recognition of their outstanding contributions to the LGBT community during the past year. Their actions contributed to the creation or improvement of an inclusive, respectful and safe climate for the LGBT community.

    Please register by April 18 to:

    Please contact jmulgbta@gmail.com with any questions.

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