Information for Students
- COVID-19 Testing Plan for Students
- Report an Illness
- Isolation and Quarantine Planning Guide (PDF)
- Quarantine and Isolation Policy for Attending Class after COVID-19 (PDF)
- Additional COVID-19 Policies
- COVID-19 Policy Violation Reporting Form
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Academic Calendar
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Emotional Support & Wellness
- Academic Center for Excellence (ACE)
- Accessibility Services
- Associate Provost for Undergraduate Studies
- Pre-Major Academic Advising
- QR Center
- Writing Center
Financial Aid & Billing
The Exploration Hub
Here are a few tools to help you maintain some sense of normalcy and control, and to help you develop a plan for success, both inside and outside the (online) classroom.
Build a rhythm that reflects your normal daily routine: wake up, get dressed and ready for the day, and build-in breaks throughout your work. Be sure to schedule things like social interaction, exercise, and self-care, and allow yourself the ability to adapt the schedule as you learn more about your needs.
Create a space that is dedicated to school, even if it’s just a corner in a room.
Stay active and practice mindfulness activities to help mitigate depression and anxiety, while improving cognition and confidence.
Try to communicate proactively and honestly if you’re sharing physical space with others. It’s helpful to talk through a plan of how you’ll manage shared space before conflict arises, and to talk through where you anticipate you will have needs.
Manage your energy and be mindful of the way in which you eat, engage in self-talk, and communicate with others. Self-compassion and self-care will be key.
Maintain connection through technology, and utilize video chat and other platforms to stay connected to friends, family, and professors. Or, go a different route and write a good, old fashioned letter to a friend or family member.
As you have the capacity, consider using this time to do something for which you’ve not previously had time – learn something new, commit to a goal you’ve been chasing for a while, or reconnect with someone.