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De-stress for Success aimed at students taking final exams
Tuesday, May 07, 2013

The Counseling Center, together with various campus departments and faculty, will be hosting De-Stress for Success initiative for students during the last week of classes and Final Exam Week. De-Stress for Success is a series of events, programs, and workshops designed to help students find ways to reduce stress in a healthy, productive manner, and gain the focus they need to succeed during this challenging time.

Events will begin Thursday, May 9, concluding on Friday, May 17, all events are free and students are encouraged to attend.

Thursday, May 9

“Stress Free Zone:” Reed Library Lobby. Relax with various stress relieving activities including coloring, crafts and games.

Friday, May 10

“Stress Free Zone:” Reed Library Lobby. Relax with various stress relieving activities including coloring, crafts and games.

Monday, May 13

“10 Minutes to Stress Free:” 11 a.m. to noon, Reed Library. Learn more about breathing techniques, meditation, and yoga to help relax, reduce test anxiety, and focus for finals. Offered at 10 minute intervals throughout the hour.

“Free Yoga Class:” noon to 1 p.m. Dods Hall Gymnasium.

“Stress Free Zone:” Reed Library Lobby. Relax with various stress relieving activities including coloring, crafts and games.

“Quiet Study Areas:” 9 a.m. to midnight, Williams Center Rooms, 103C and 204E.

“Healthy Bites:” LoGrasso Hall Health Center. Free healthy snacks.

Tuesday, May 14

“Free Zumba Class:” 11 a.m. to noon, Dods Hall Gymnasium. Dance away stress.

“Freezie Pops & Frisbee:” 11 a.m. to noon, McEwen Hall Lobby. Relax with free popsicles and Frisbees.

“10 Minutes to Stress Free:” 11 a.m. to noon, Reed Library. Learn more about breathing techniques, meditation, and yoga to help relax, reduce test anxiety, and focus for finals. Offered at 10 minute intervals throughout the hour.

“Paws to Relax:” noon to 1 p.m., Reed Library. Pet and play with certified therapy dogs with Dr. Nancy Gee of the Department of Psychology faculty.

“Stress Free Zone:” Reed Library Lobby. Relax with various stress relieving activities including coloring, crafts and games.

“Healthy Bites:” LoGrasso Hall Health Center. Free healthy snacks.

“Quiet Study Areas:” 9 a.m. to midnight, Williams Center Rooms, 103C and 204E.

“Exam Study Break:” 7 p.m., Williams Center Multipurpose Room. Sponsored by Spectrum.

Wednesday, May 15

“Paws to Relax:” 11 a.m. to noon, Reed Library. Pet and play with certified therapy dogs with Dr. Nancy Gee of the Department of Psychology faculty.

“10 Minutes to Stress Free:” 11 a.m. to noon, Reed Library. Learn more about breathing techniques, meditation, and yoga to help relax, reduce test anxiety, and focus for finals. Offered at 10 minute intervals throughout the hour.

“Freezie Pops & Frisbee:”  to 1 p.m., McEwen Hall Lobby. Relax with free popsicles and Frisbees.

“Free Yoga Class:” 12 to 1 p.m. Dods Hall Gymnasium.

“Stress Free Zone:” Reed Library Lobby. Relax with various stress relieving activities including coloring, crafts and games.

Healthy Bites:” LoGrasso Hall Health Center. Free healthy snacks.

“Quiet Study Areas:” 9 a.m. to midnight, Williams Center Rooms, 103C and 204E.

Thursday, May 16

“10 Minutes to Stress Free:” 11 a.m. to noon, Reed Library. Learn more about breathing techniques, meditation, and yoga to help relax, reduce test anxiety, and focus for finals. Offered at 10 minute intervals throughout the hour.

“Stress Free Zone:” Reed Library Lobby. Relax with various stress relieving activities including coloring, crafts and games.

“Healthy Bites:” LoGrasso Hall Health Center. Free healthy snacks.

“Quiet Study Areas:” 9 a.m. to midnight, Williams Center Rooms, 103C and 204E.

Friday, May 17

“Stress Free Zone:” Reed Library Lobby. Relax with various stress relieving activities including coloring, crafts and games.

“Healthy Bites:” LoGrasso Hall Health Center. Free healthy snacks.

“Quiet Study Areas:” 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Williams Center Rooms, 103C and 204E.

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