We have put together the following counseling resources to keep you up to date on COVID-19 and various ways to cope/offer support during this time.
Please also utilize the University's COVID-19 resource pages to keep up to date with the current policies and other areas of support available to you.
- Tips for Social Distancing
- Surviving COVID-19-A Guide for Students
- 5 Ways to View Coverage of COVID-19
- 10 Ways to Deal with COVID-19 Stress and Anxiety
- Living with Worry and Anxiety During Global Uncertainty
- Students Grappling with Uncertainty
- Care for Your COVID-19 Anxiety
- That Discomfort You're Feeling Is Grief
FACULTY & STAFF
When you are supporting students, the key is being flexible! You will also find a few resources at the bottom of this page to help you as a faculty/staff member during this time.
- Be flexible! This is a difficult time for both faculty/staff and students. Recording your lecture that you are presenting so students who have added responsibilities (i.e. taking care of a loved one) can still attend class and learn if you are holding your class at its normal time.
- Being flexible with assignments. Not everyone has access to the internet or they are having difficulties with their internet. Because of this, more students may have difficulties submitting work on time.
- Be transparent about when assignments are due. With our lives moving to an online platform and all of us needing some structure and control, providing ample time for students to submit assignments.
- Be cognizant of the amount of work you are giving students. Everyone is trying to adapt quickly to a new way of receiving their education and learning.
- Reaching out to students to show and offer support.
As always, please continue to consult with Counseling Center staff and referring students to the Counseling Center. Here are some additional resources for you to use:
Updated: 11/22/2022 12:27PM