It's common to assume that the major obstacle in adjusting to campus life will be academic. However, research shows that emotional issues are most likely to interfere with success at college. Below are a few links that you might find helpful in answering some questions you might have during your transition.
Responsible for on-campus student housing, residential programming and student conduct.
Information on Student Senate, activities, programming, clubs, organizations, orientation, volunteer and leadership opportunities.
Designs and administers campus life programming and student services through the "wellness" model, giving attention to meeting students' needs and interests while providing developmental and
Student work opportunities.
An online resource center to help students focus on emotional health before, during and after the college transition.
If you accessed services with the Counseling Services Department during the 2015-2016 academic school year, we are asking for your feedback. Please help us evaluate our services by filling out this anonymous survey by Monday, May 16, 2016. We ask that you complete this survey only once for the 2015-16 academic year.
College students are constantly tempted with quick meals or pick me ups that may seem like a good idea.
MyPlate illustrates the five food groups that are the building blocks for a healthy diet using a familiar image -- a place setting for a meal. Before you eat, think about what goes on your plate or in your cup or bowl.
The food provided on campus is through Chartwells. Visit their page to see what's being served or available across campus.
Hygiene at College is Important! Starting college can effect not only your mental health but your physical health as well. Practicing good hygiene can go a long way to prevent yourself and others from becoming ill during what can be a stressful time.