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This Week
  • Graduation Application Deadline 9/25

    Undergraduate, MBA, and law school students intending to graduate in May or August 2021 must complete the online graduation application by Friday, Sept. 25. This application is located in BannerWeb under Student Services > Student Records > Apply to Graduate. Please contact the Registrar's Office with any questions about the degree application process.
  • Biology Department Speaker Series

    The Biology Department 2020 Scientist of Color Speaker Series presents Dr. Cassandra Quave (Emory University). She will be presenting "Ethnobotany and the Search for New Antibiotics from Nature." The seminar will be presented via Zoom. All are welcome to attend. Please register for the event here. https://urichmond.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_g5sVQvo9SNC2e-yXxIe_Aw
  • Dean's Den Specials

    Dean's Den is open late!
    We have a little bit of everything for those late night cravings, cram sessions or work-outs. Stop in for a nutrition bar, sports drink or something more. Dean's Den carries your favorite brands like Quest, Luna, Clif, Rx Bar & Power Bar. To drink, we have Muscle Milk and the best selection of Gatorade on campus!

    Dean's Den has more than you think!
  • Getting Into Law School Information Session

    Are you interested in applying to law school and learning more about the process? Be sure to attend the Getting Into Law School Session with Dr. Jennifer Bowie (Prelaw Advisor) on Tuesday, September 22, from 4-5 p.m. via Zoom. Please sign up to attend the session here (or at the link above): https://tinyurl.com/y3ahd8rq.
  • SMART Recovery Meeting Mondays

    Students: Are you considering a change in your drinking or drug use? Do you feel like your behaviors are controlling you? Are you looking for support?

    Join us for SMART Recovery Meetings, Mondays at 4:30 p.m.

    SMART stands for Self-Management And Recovery Training
    SMART Recovery is a science-based program of supportive meetings where people help each other through open and confidential discussion with recovery from any type of addictive behavior. No need to register, just show up! Facilitated by CAPS but you do not need to be a CAPS client to attend. Contact sceperic@richmond.edu with questions.
  • UR Zen Fall Series (via Zoom)

    Join UR Zen Sunday evening meditation meetings, where we will continue to learn and practice Buddhist techniques that strengthen our concentration, kindness, insight, and joy. This "Buddhist Practice for Difficult Times" series is appropriate for newcomers and experienced meditators alike. Each week, we will do a stand-alone meditation technique followed by a period of silent meditation. Some time at the end of the meetings will be for questions and discussion. Although the practices build from week to week, you are free to drop in and join us when you can. For more information, contact Kevin Heffernan, UR Zen campus minister, at kheffer2@richmond.edu.