Our lives have been upended. And yet here we are online, trying to figure out how to study, work and stay connected. There are still classes to attend, projects to complete, jobs, internships, and scholarships to apply for, and friendships to enjoy – these goals and activities help us stay grounded in who we are and what we hope to achieve, regardless of our circumstances.
The UW community is working hard to make your remote experience the best it can be. Your part in that is to take care of yourself, do a little at a time, and reconnect with the energy and drive that first brought you to UW.
Below, the Husky Experience Toolkit Team has compiled a list of key resources to help you succeed in the weeks ahead. And you can always access the complete collection of Toolkit articles for more on making the most of your Husky Experience.
The Office of the Provost will continue to provide facts and information regarding spring quarter to the UW community as well as University-wide updates on the novel coronavirus and COVID-19.
These are stressful times; be kind to yourself and take extra care of your physical, mental, and emotional health in the months ahead:
Denzil Suite, Vice President for Student Life, offers great advice on how to take care of yourself and your mental health.
The UW Resilience Lab has compiled additional resources to support your well-being and connection.
Online learning may require some adjustments to your normal study habits. Review these suggestions for successful online learning compiled by Academic Support Programs.
Let the Career and Internship Center advise you on what to do regarding your career and employment during these uncertain economic times.
The Husky Experience Toolkit is designed to help you make the most of your time at UW, wherever you are in your university career. The articles address four interconnected dimensions of the Husky Experience: Know Yourself, Know the World, Make Your Way, and Weave it Together.