Statement on the Shooting in Las Vegas

On behalf of Roseman University, I’d like to send our condolences to the victims and family members affected by last night’s tragedy in our Las Vegas community. We applaud the efforts of our heroic first responders and local hospital staff who faced this unprecedented event with unwavering courage and professionalism. We stand united with our community in support of victims and their families, and everyone touched by this horrific event.

For students and employees who wish to offer help to victims, blood donations are needed. United Blood Services is accepting donations at its Henderson location at 601 Whitney Ranch Drive #20 and Las Vegas location at 6930 W Charleston Blvd. Employees who wish to give blood will be excused to do so.

The University is offering support to students and employees who are struggling to make sense of this event.

Roseman University, in conjunction with United HealthCare, offers a Student Assistance Plan (SAP) that not only offers confidential personal counselors available at a call or click away, but offers resources and information on the following to all students (whether enrolled in the Student Health Insurance Plan, or not):

  • Academic stress and pressure
  • Depression, grief, and general mental health

Free/confidential benefits can be accessed two ways:

  1. Online: www.ibhworklife.com
    UsernameMatters
    Password: wlm70101
  2. Phone: 800-386-7055
    Identify yourself as a Roseman student with Group # 469455

    (In order to access these services, please contact an in-take counselor first by calling the phone number above. This brief initial telephone conversation will help ensure you that you obtain access to the most appropriate provider for your needs.)

Employees may access the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) for free, confidential support around the clock support by calling 866-248-4096 or log onto www.liveandworkwell.com using access code: roseman.

 

Renee Coffman, President