Things may feel out-of-control right now. You may be facing a lot of unknowns and disruptions. Try to be patient with yourself, your classmates, and your instructors during this time. Take care of your wellbeing first. Use this resource as a starting point for staying healthy, and navigating online learning.
Wellness with Campus Recreation
Each week Campus Recreations is offering a variety of wellness activities including Mindfulness Monday, Tabata Tuesday, Wellness Wednesday, Trailblazer Thursday, and Fitness Friday.Learn more
Let's Talk Health
Participate in this month's Let's Talk Soul online activities or our 30 -day wellness challenge to stay engaged, prioritize your health, and finish the semester strong.Let's Talk Health
Feel Better Now Resources and Tips for Online Learning
General Health & Wellness
Keep your immune system healthy by getting plenty of sleep, nutrition, stress-relief, and exercise. Take care of your Body, Mind, and Soul. View our collection of healthy tip cards including our 10 Tips for Staying Healthy @ Home and the Coronavirus Anxiety Workbook
Think about Father Himes 3 Questions:
Where are you finding joy right now?
What are you finding that you’re good at right now?
What does this world need you to do right now?
Coronavirus Educational Resources
Manage Anxiety and Stress
- Strategies to Cope with Coronavirus Anxiety
- How to Cope With Anxiety
- CDC Recommendations on how to cope with stress and anxiety
- Coronavirus Support Packet from Maria Forleo
Ways to stay well at home
- How to Stay Physically and Mentally Well While at Home
- Keeping Your Distance to Stay Safe
- NAMI Mental Health Resource Guide
- Free Guided Meditations: Koru Mindfulness
- Let’s Talk Mind
- Meditation Oasis
- Pantry Meal Plans
- Yoga on Demand
- Science of Well-Being: Free Course through Yale
In this guide, we will cover the following topics including staying organized, multi-tasking, video lectures, setting a schedule, strategies, working with online groups and teams, and staying connected to people.
Your study habits may need to change. While more of your coursework and teamwork have to be online and remote, here are some strategies to keep in mind: