This is the exact opposite of what the University of Chicago is doing.

FOX News reports.

Stanford sets up official ‘safe space’ where students can go to ‘heal’

While the University of Chicago works to eliminate the concept of a “safe space” from its campus, other schools are wholeheartedly embracing the concept of walling off fragile students from uncomfortable ideas.

Stanford University is creating one of the nation’s first physical “safe spaces” on campus—a room designed to help students cope with the horrors of university life, and the systemic oppression they might encounter on campus.

The room, called the “Stanford Safe Space,” will debut this school year in an unused faculty office. The “safe space” is, according to Stanford organizers, “an experiment in helping people heal,” and will feature an on-duty social worker to help Stanford’s hopelessly adrift millennials cope with feeling “marginalized.”

Stanford will also set up “discussion groups” to help students understand complicated issues like “free speech,” and “microagressions.” The school says the “safe space” will be open to anyone who needs it, including conservative students.