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Info From Campus Partners
Student Assistance Center
Campus Counseling Outreach Series
- Daily Mindfulness Drop-Ins
"In these times of uncertainty, many of us feel stressed, overwhelmed, and unfocused. One of the best ways to process your emotions is through meditation. The Counseling Center is offering online daily guided activities to help you master mindfulness! Workshops are from 4:15 to 4:45 p.m each day."
- Test Anxiety Workshops
"Many students find taking tests, completing assignments, and/or giving presentations very stressful. At times, this stress can be counterproductive and negatively impact performance. The American Test Anxieties Association estimates between 16 and 20% of college students have high anxiety when it comes to taking tests or performing well on assignments. Fortunately, there are ways to address anxiety so that you can do your best work. During the academic year, we offer drop-in Test Anxiety Workshops. These workshops are free for students, but space is limited, so we request that you register in advance by completing a brief form for the date you want to register."
- In Focus Workshop
"In Focus workshops are designed to address concerns students with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and ADHD-like symptoms commonly have. This series is typically offered once in the fall and once in the spring semesters.
Our Fall 2020 In Focus series will be offered online and will begin on Thursday, October 15 from 1 to 2:30 p.m. It will meet each Thursday at the same time through November 12."
- Time Management Workshops
"At times, it might feel like procrastination keeps you from truly accomplishing what's most important to you. This workshop will help you reflect on how you prioritize, learn task-management and motivation strategies, and understand the importance of self-care and allowing yourself breaks."
- RIO (Recognition, Insight, and Openness) Series
"These times are not easy. Feeling isolated and lonely is very common, and life is very different than it was before the pandemic. Many people are having strong reactions to these changes. RIO, which is led by Counseling Center clinicians, provides an interactive experience that helps you:
- Learn mindfulness skills to identify why you’re feeling the emotions you are and accept them.
- Manage stress, anxiety, and other emotions productively.
- Identify what’s most important to you and prioritize accordingly"