Healthy Hawks

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Managing Well-Being

Managing personal well-being during difficult situations is important. Healthy Hawks wants to share tips and tricks to maintain your well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic with an emphasis on social distancing per the recommendations set forth by public health officials. The following are some ideas to manage your well-being in various dimensions.

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Healthy Hawks Stay Sharp

  • Online Recovery Information (pdf)
  • Create a productive study space:
    • Choose a place that is quiet and spacious for your supplies (laptop, books, etc.) 
    • Make your space comfortable (but not too comfortable)-avoid working on your bed or couch because that will make concentration difficult  
    • Opt for a space with plenty of natural light  
    • Create a schedule for studying and remember to take breaks 
  • Create a soothing bedtime routine which can include:
    • Avoid bright light or the blue light of your cell phone prior to getting ready for bed 
    • Lighting a soothing candle 
    • Spraying your pillow with aromatherapy sleep mist (or another relaxing scent) 
    • Make the room dark, quiet and comfortable (not too hot, not too cold) 
    • Wind down away from electronics, which greatly impact your ability to fall and stay asleep. This can include stretching, meditating, or reading 
    • Charge electronics away from your bed/sleep area 
    • Goal: maintain a sleep routine that involves going to sleep and waking up around the same time each day.  If you have trouble falling asleep or staying asleep, avoid napping during the day, it can influence your sleep routine. 
    • Avoid: alcohol, caffeine, vaping, or other substances, along with heavy meals in the evening
    • Move your body. Be active in a way that feels good to you, this helps positively impact your sleep. 
    • Apps:

University Learning Center

  • Starting on Monday, 3/23, all tutoring/mentoring appointments will now be held online via Zoom, including previously scheduled weekly appointments.
  • All drop-in Labs, Study Sessions, and Supplemental Instruction have been replaced by online tutoring for the remainder of the semester. 
  • Starting Monday, 3/23, ULC staff will be teleworking from outside the office 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Mon. - Fri. Voicemails left on the ULC's phone line will be responded to within 24 business hours, though we recommend contact via email ( for the quickest possible response. 
  • Appointments can be made or cancelled using our online scheduling tool (instructions here). Weekly appointments must be requested via e-mail. 
  • Visit their website for other services or information.

Keep Learning

Other Campus Resources

  • Join SustainDub's Virtual Book Club!
  • Technology Safety
  • OSLE's Emotional Intelligent Leadership Workshops virtual edition! Learn more on wavelink.
    • July 9th: It's Not All About You: Effectively Inspiring Others
    • July 23rd: Think Bigger..Be Bigger: Demonstrating Citizenship in Your Communities
  • Career Center is offering virtual appointments to talk about job/internship search, career exploration, interview prep, PathwayU results, and other career-related topics.
    • Students may still use Express Hours (virtually) via Zoom.
    • There are also many online resources available on their website.