RATIONALE: As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, SF State suspended in-person classes and campus operations in Spring 2020 and directed that faculty, staff and students move to primarily remote-based instruction and operations. While these changes were instituted for good public health reasons, they have disrupted the fundamental ways all campus stakeholders help our university fulfill its mission . Faculty, staff and students are navigating both professional and personal disruptions to their lives caused by the viral pandemic and political unrest, as well as subsequent negative economic impacts. Difficulties have also negatively impacted social support systems such as childcare, eldercare, schools for children, and health care systems that enable society to function. All of these factors have compounded into the current historic moment. The lack of separation between public and private life means that our faculty, staff and students are trying to teach, learn and carry out the university mission while managing an unprecedented mixture of personal and professional challenges.