Let's Talk

BIPOC Let’s Talk holds dedicated space for undergraduate and graduate students at Pacific who self-identify as BIPOC (Black, Indigenous & people of color), including biracial and multiracial individuals. This program is not intended for white-identified allies.

BIPOC Let’s Talk Monday 4/12 will be holding space for students to process feelings about the Derek Chauvin trial and its impact on them. Sara Summers (Assistant director of graduate & professional admissions, Eugene campus EDI coordinator) and Dr. Wan-Chen Weng (staff psychologist at the student counseling center) will be co-facilitating this space for students. 

BIPOC Let’s Talk provides easy access and informal drop-in consultations with BIPOC Student Counseling Center counselors. Students can explore resources and options, gain perspectives, build community connection, and build mentorship support. Students can also learn more about navigating higher education settings or discuss how therapy might be beneficial.

Please note that BIPOC Let’s Talk is not a substitute for counseling and does not constitute mental health treatment.

BIPOC Let's Talk is free and operates on a first-come, first-served basis. No appointment is necessary. Students can just drop-in during the scheduled times: Mondays from 1 to 2 p.m. and Wednesdays from noon to 1 p.m. throughout the spring semester.

Visit our website to access the secure zoom link (you will be required to enter your PUNet ID). 

Contact Us

Student Counseling Center
503-352-2191| counselingcenter@pacificu.edu