MTSU panel examines turning campus community into ...

MTSU panel examines turning campus community into ‘family’ in virtual event

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Continuing its emphasis on student-centeredness, MTSU will bring students and staff together for a discussion of how to create a ‘campus family.’

The Office of Student SuccessStudent Transition and Academic Readiness Program, or STAR Program, will present “Campus Family Matters,” a virtual panel discussion on identifying resources to help promote a sense of belonging on campus, from 6 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 10. The link is

Danielle Rochelle, outreach and student support coordinator at MT One Stop

Danielle Rochelle

“With this event, we hope to increase the usage of resources across campus, further emphasizing our efforts of student success at MTSU,” said Danielle Rochelle, MT One Stop’s coordinator of outreach and support programs.

The event is also being held in partnership with the MTSU Black History Month Committee as part of the featured events for the university’s annual celebration of African American history and achievement and the 2021 theme of “The Black Family: Representation, Identity, and Diversity.”

For more information, contact Rochelle at 615-898-2808 or

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