• YOU@CSU, your online 24/7 student success tool, has added 40+ COVID-19 related resources to help students adapt in a changing world. Example topics include: successful online learning strategies, building a productive routine when schooling at home, ways to say connected during social distancing, adapting to change in an ever-changing world, how to confront coronavirus related stigma, and how to support your mental health during these difficult times. Find these resources, self-assessment tools and more at: you.colostate.edu/ or login through your RAMweb.
  • SilverCloud Health offers online modules based on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy that are free to students. Now might be the perfect time to boost skills to improve your well-being and manage stress, anxiety, and depression. A new module about self-care during *Challenging Times* is available for some users working with a coach. The self-guided options can be found on YOU@CSU or at: health.colostate.edu/silvercloud/. Some modules may include virtual coaching support, when available.
  • Nod app: strengthen your connections – It can be tough to figure out how to be ‘social’ and deal with loneliness in this new reality of physical distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic. Nod offers ideas for strengthening social ties so you can have a rewarding social life even when you’re apart from your people. The app uses evidence-based practices including cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing and mindfulness-based self-compassion. It reminds us of the small things we can do to create positive moments for ourselves and the people we care about. Download Nod for free in the Apple and Google Play stores, or find it on YOU@CSU.
  • The Center for Mindfulness offers regular invitations to practice mindfulness in community, and connect with local support during this stressful time.
    • Consider joining the Mindful CSU Group on Insight Timer to start an/or support your practice. The group is hard to find on the website, but easy if you download the app for free; select “groups” in the top menu bar, and then search “Mindful CSU.” This is a shared space to post messages, say hello or ask questions.
  • Mindfulness/Meditation Apps – If you are looking for additional guidance about mindfulness practice, Insight TimerHeadspaceStopBreatheThinkSmiling Mind and Calm are apps that offer many ways to practice and learn about mindfulness to enhance well-being.
  • Substance Abuse Concerns – Concerned about your substance use during these stressful times? These self-assessment tools can help you check-in:
    • Online Alcohol and Other Drug Screening (Use referral code “voluntary”) – Find out how your alcohol and/or drug use compares to other college students and discover resources for more information.
    • Marijuana eCHECKUP TO GO – This personalized, evidence-based program provides individual feedback about behavior and risk factors, and campus and community resources.
  • Financial Education – Schwab MoneyWise on Campus is a fun, easy way to boost your financial know-how and put yourself on a path to success while in college and beyond.  There are two online financial management skill-building opportunities:
  • Public Assistance and Community Resources​ – This site provides a summary of financial, food, housing, childcare, utilities, unemployment, safety, health insurance, undocumented/immigrant family assistance, if you find yourself in need.
  • Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center (KRNC)  – Nutrition is an important component to our overall health and immune function. Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center is providing nutrition telehealth appointments to new and current clients. Schedule a session with a registered dietitian if you’re experiencing any challenges with eating or if now feels like a good time to take on your nutrition goals. Appointments are discounted for students and might be covered by your insurance. Call (970) 495-5916 or email nutritioncenter@colostate.edu for more information, and check out their monthly blog.