U of G lowers its flags in memory of first-year student

The University of Guelph mourns Caitlyn Dodds 

The University of Guelph lowered its flags to half-mast today in memory of first-year psychology student, Caitlyn Dodds.

Dodds, a resident of King City, “died in a two-car collision on Hwy. 9 [on] June 20,” according to YorkRegion.com.

“The lowering of the flags is an opportunity to recognize [a member of our U of G community’s] contributions to our campus,” stated Brenda Whiteside, associate vice president (student affairs).

The University offers the following resources to the U of G community: 

  • Student Counselling Services, Ext. 53244
  • Good2Talk Helpline, 1-866-925-5454
  • Employee assistance program for faculty and staff, 1-800-265-8310
  • Multi-Faith Resource Team, Ext. 52392
    Photo by Mariah Bridgeman/The Ontarion.