Wellness Wednesday – Managing Midterm Malaise
Hope you’ve gotten back in the swing of studying and test taking. Remember, if you’re overwhelmed, LBCC has lots of resources for you.
Need a quiet place to study? Try the library or one of the cozy corners in nearly every building. Need study help? The Learning Center, Writing Center and Math Café’ offer drop-in and zoom support and can connect you with a tutor if needed.
Need a real break from studying? Take a personal time-out in the new Wellness Room above the library. You can reserve up to 30 minutes to relax in the lux massage chair, do a little sand art, or meditate. Or make an appointment to use amazing art and tech equipment at the Maker & Innovation Learning Lab.
Maybe you need some human connection. Meet up with like minds and diverse ones at a club or event. Write with the Creative Writing or Poetry Club, engage in some civil discourse with the Braver Angels debate team, or hang out with other Vets at the campus Vet center. Share with others through the Peer Empowerment Program or a Mental Health Community event. Join a Study Jam at Benton’s Learning Center.
If you are struggling with a financial need, the Roadrunner Resource Center can help. From emergency grocery money to help with finding housing, they can connect you with LB and community aid.
Levi Pagel in SLC created this amazing YouTube video of all the best study spots on campus!
Need to talk something through? Your advisor can guide you through educational options, academic decisions and provide direction to study help. The Advising Center (541-917-4780) also offers career assessments, wellness strategies, and short-term counseling and mental health support. Contact the Advising Office for an appointment in person or by phone or zoom. Crisis services are available 24 hours a day at 541-917-4666.
There’s no room to tell you here all the ways LBCC supports Roadrunners. For fast answers and to find out how to connect with resources mentioned here, use the chat box on the main website page or contact First Resort to find answers.
Jana Svoboda, LCSW Advising Center mental health faculty