Learn why mental health is important for college students
Visit the Counseling Center’s website for self-assessments and resources.
Want to take a screening and get feedback from a counselor instead of the computer?
Come to Screening Day on Wednesday, October 30, from 11am-12:30pm on the OC, to get information about resources and do some self-screenings or a screening with a counselor to check your gratitude, attitude, mood, food, drinking, thinking, phone use, satisfaction with life, and more – a checkup from the neck up!
Sponsored by the Counseling Center and Health Promotions
? Contact the Counseling Center, 319-895-4292
Get connected to student organizations on campus! The annual Student Involvement Fair will be Friday, September 27 from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. on the OC.
Want to register your organization for the fair? Complete an Involvement Fair Form.
Questions? Contact Angie Bauman Power, Assistant Dean of Students
Get involved and connected with various non-profit organizations in the area during Servapalooza!
Wednesday, September 25
11 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Sponsored by the Civic Engagement Office
Stop by the Thomas Commons Lobby to get more details about various majors and academic programs on campus.
Questions? Contact BPaulsen
This event is brought to you by the Academic Support and Advising Office, as part of the Cornell Well-Being Network.
Join the Writing Studio for a writing workshop series the first Thursday of every block from 11:30-11:50 a.m. in Ringer!
Each workshop will feature a quick 20 minute workshop on how to tackle common writing issues, starting with common grammar mistakes. You’ll leave each time with at least two concrete strategies to help you improve your writing skills.
Come listen to Dylan’s story of resilience and strength in the face of cancer and learn more about mental toughness.
Two chances to check it out:
FRIDAY, MARCH 29TH
11 :30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. in Smith Dining Hall
3:30-4:30 p.m. on the OC
The Counseling Center, along with Berry and Artbox LCC, will be hosting an event Wednesday, 3/27 over lunch on the OC to address stress related to life transitions and change.
Third and fourth-year students might relate most to the content, however, any student experiencing stress or fears about the future, unknowns in general is welcome!
Artbox LLC will be assisting with an optional art-making component where students can process their own experience and the information provided, or de-stress.
Fulbright is a year-long, fully-funded international exchange program for seniors and alumni. Come to this information session to learn about this amazing opportunity! Thirteen Cornell students have won Fulbrights in the last 9 years. You could be next!
Attend the Information Session on April 3 at 6 p.m. in Hedges.
Skilled procrastinator? Avid avoider? It’s not just you!
Stuck in a cycle that isn’t working? In this one hour workshop, you will learn skills to break the cycle, re-frame your outlook on success, and find out how meaning impacts our willingness to push through.
Date: Monday, February 18
Time: 11:50 a.m.-12:50 p.m.
Swing by the Bardsley Grand Foyer in the Thomas Commons and check out the national art exhibit, Humanize My Hoodie. The exhibit works to dismantle the stigma of black people in hoodies and will be up until March 1.
Meet the Artists on February 22 at noon on the Orange Carpet!
Learn more at bornleadersunited.com/art-exhibitions
Sponsored by Civic Engagement, Intercultural Life, Spiritutal Life, and Union Latinx.
Questions? SHebel or HCollier