Staying Healthy, Connected, and Engaged



Prioritize Mental Health

You may be feeling uncertain, anxious, or scared — and that's ok.

  • Mental health resources for students: self-care tips, online meditation, ways to access support at UHS, managaing fears and anxieties, and more 
  • Mental health resources for faculty/staff: Be Well at Work has accumulated a host of resources to support faculty/staff during this time, including navigating family and work life, caring for elders, an FAQ about COVID-19 and emotional well-being, guided meditations, and more 
  • Basic Needs Center COVID-19 document: a living guide with real-time updates on how students and staff can access Basic Needs Center services during this period

Create an Ergo Space

Learn how to set up a comfortable and safe home space (weather you're working or stuyding)

Cook From the Pantry

Wondering how to turn that can of beans into a meal?

Look at Cute Dogs

Check out our Pet Hugs Facebook albums to view past events and spread some pawsitivity — send your favorite photo toa. friend to help brighten their day!

Learn Something New

CalTeach has compiled a great list of remote learning resources and entertaiment ideas inclduing STEM and virtual nataionl park and museum tours. Most are free and family-friendly!

Stay Active, Indoor and Out

Along with getting some movement in, try to get some daily sunlight, if possible, while maintaining social distance.

  • Be Well at Work - Wellness has created a list of free at-home wellness resources for faculty/staff and students which includes Nike training, stretching, yoga, dancing, etc

Maintain Connections

Social distancing can feel lonely. Take this time to pick up the phone or schedule a video chat with a friend or family member to hear their voice!