HSU student lost at jetty; HSU offers support for students

Humboldt State

HSU –  Humboldt State University is continuing to offer support and counseling for those in our campus community following yesterday’s accident at the North Jetty in Eureka.

The student involved the accident was KeyMaan Stringer, a 19-year-old freshman from Los Angeles. He has not been found, despite an intense rescue effort involving the U.S. Coast Guard and other first responders.

For those who are struggling with grief or otherwise, know that help is available. Students can contact Counseling & Psychological Services at 707.826.3236. The Dean of Students Office can also be reached at 707.826.3504. Staff or faculty seeking additional support may utilize the Employee Assistance Program at 707.443.7358. And, all students, staff, faculty and community members are also encouraged to please share the National Hotline 1-800-273-TALK (8255), a 24/7 free and confidential resource.

We will keep the campus community updated as we learn more.



















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