The Supreme Court’s ruling on affirmative action is expected to impact how campuses engage around issues of diversity and inclusion. As the leading national organization focused on the mental health of college students of color, the Steve Fund is committed to helping campuses prepare for this ruling’s implications for mental health, emotional wellbeing, and student belonging. This multi-part series is open to higher education professionals, especially deans, vice presidents, faculty, and counselors seeking to learn more about these issues and to build effective approaches to addressing them. Join us for a discussion of proactive strategies that promote a genuine sense of belonging and prioritize the mental health of students of color in the post-affirmative action landscape. Explore how student organizations, sororities, fraternities, and communities of faith can serve as protective factors in preventing isolation, promoting belonging, enhancing positive student experiences, and fostering a shared identity.