We are here to connect you with campus resources and offer direct support for students from marginalized groups, including BIPOC, LGBTQ+ students, disabled students, formerly incarcerated students, international students, and others from diverse cultural backgrounds.
Resources and services at O’Neill
Walk-in office hours
SPEA 235, Tuesdays, 1-3 p.m.
Undergraduate peer office hours
SPEA 260, Mondays, 11:30-1:30 p.m.
For students, we offer:
- Work with you and your academic advisors on academic planning and issues
- Connect you to tutoring and course assistance programs
- Offer guidance with reaching out to faculty to inquire about letters of recommendation, research opportunities, course assistance, or other communications
- Work together with you on locating financial aid
- Work together with you and the O'Neill Career Hub for internship and career readiness
- Help you navigate the workplace during your internships
- Work together with you and the Career Hub to organize tailored work-readiness programming such as mock job interviews and case interviews
- Work together with you and the Office of International Services to assist you with living and studying in the U.S.
- Work together with you and the O'Neill Career Hub to explore post-graduation career opportunities in the U.S.
- Connect you with other international students and campus organizations for community and peer support
- Offer a safe place to listen to your concerns and assist during times of distress
- Connect you with campus physical and mental health support
- Assist with bias reporting
- Locate resources for housing and food insecurity
- Act as liaison to connect with O’Neill departments, administration, or staff
- Assistance in accessing inclusive Bloomington services, resources, businesses, and places of worship
- Organizational consulting and guidance
- Assistance with applying for campus funding
- Assistance reserving conference rooms and classrooms in the O'Neill School
- Large 24” x 63” x-stand banner for organization
- Event organization and on-site assistance
- Assistance with event promotion and marketing materials
- Presence on O’Neill School website
- Group photo shoot with O’Neill’s marketing department
- Assistance locating office space
Bias incident reporting
Report an incident involving prejudice meant to intimidate, demean, mock, degrade, marginalize, or threaten individuals or groups based on that individual or group's actual or perceived identities.
Need help filing a bias report? Contact Rebecca Valeriano-Flores at the O’Neill Office of DEI at firstname.lastname@example.org