"THE BENEFITS OF NOTE-TAKING BY HAND"
According to this short article, "Creating neurocircuitry for memory and meaning through the hand-brain complex is the key to understanding the value of hand-written notes."
Getting your basic needs met is central to your success as a student. This section includes a variety of campus and community resources available to address your basic needs so that you can function at the highest level and give your full attention to learning and development.
Check out the U's Basic Needs Collective, a central location for resources related to food security, affordable housing, health insurance, managing finances, legal services, and mental health, etc.
Learning can be particularly challenging for some students, and it is not always clear why this is the case. The tools in this section will introduce you to useful resources for supporting your success in college and may invite you to re-think the term “learning disability.”
Stress is a normal part of life. For college students, it can be significantly heightened at times. Acknowledging and learning how to manage your stress will make you a more effective student.
GUIDED MEDITATIONS FROM THE UNIVERSITY COUNSELING CENTER
Use these short audio recordings for relaxation, calming, and grounding.
In this short video Student Success Advocate April Ollivier describes how to begin developing a mindfulness practice. It was recorded as part of the U's Spring 2021 Weeks of Welcome.