Statement from UTEP President Diana Natalicio Regarding Aug. 3 Events in El Paso
Last Updated on August 04, 2019 at 12:00 AM
Originally published August 04, 2019
By UC Staff
All of us at UTEP share with our fellow El Pasoans the pain of recent horrific events in our community, and our thoughts and prayers are with the families whose lives have been most directly affected.
The UTEP family stands together with you as we confront this incomprehensible tragedy and its aftermath. El Paso is a deeply caring and resilient community, and these qualities will enable us to become even stronger as we work together through this difficult period.
On the UTEP campus, we will do all that we can to support our students, faculty and staff as they seek to cope with this tragic situation. Our students are encouraged to seek the assistance of the Counseling and Psychological Services staff on campus or call the Miners Talk Crisis Line, and support is available for our faculty and staff through the employee assistance program.
- UTEP President Diana Natalicio