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Dean's Leave of Absence

Introduction

While Stanford University provides a wide range of services to support and address the mental and physical health of students, in some circumstances a student is unable to perform the basic academic and/or non-academic activities of student life, or the level of care required for a particular student exceeds the resources and staffing that a university can be expected to provide. Under such circumstances, a mandated or voluntary leave of absence may be necessary.

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Getting Involved

For additional ways to get involved, please contact:


Jarreau Bowen - Vaden Peer Health Coordinator
(650) 725-3190
health@stanford.edu


Laura Harrison - Assistant Dean and Director of the Women's Community Center
(650) 723-0545
lauramh@stanford.edu

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Become a member of Stanford’s Men Against Violence group.

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Enroll in Violence Against Women: Theory, Issues, and Prevention.

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Apply to become a Peer Health Educator (PHE) at Stanford if you are an undergraduate.

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