Student-Handbook-11-12.2

They help both parties discuss the problem openly and

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Unformatted text preview: r current information on which web server to use, the conditions, and where to get assistance, please go to www.gmu.edu/ mlnavbar/webdev/student.html. SCAR Affiliate: Northern Virginia Mediation Service Are you having a dispute with someone you know— neighbor, friend, business associate, or family member? The Northern Virginia Mediation Service is an affiliate of the School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution that provides mediation and training for individuals in the Northern Virginia community. A trained mediator can help you talk things through and reach an agreement that satisfies both parties. You make your own decisions as to what is best. Mediators don’t assign blame, judge who is right or wrong, or make decisions about what should happen. They help both parties discuss the problem openly and identify solutions that are likely to last. Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Fairfax/Main Office, 703-993-3656 Manassas, 703-330-2476 Counseling and Psychological Services See also Learning Services Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) is designed to promote students’ successful academic progress and personal adjustment. School, work, family, and relationship responsibilities are demanding and can affect a student’s...
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