During this time, we want to do what we can to relieve stress for those impacted by the outbreak of COVID-19. Our thoughts are with everyone affected, and we hope that you stay safe.
Please continue to monitor the following pages for updates specific to the following groups:
Please also see the university's COVID-19 webpage for the lastest campus updates.
We are here for you.
We continue to offer opportunities for you to interact and learn with your fellow grad students. Our career, thesis, and fellowship workshops have moved to new, virtual spaces. In the coming weeks, join us—and colleagues around CU and the world—to learn about applying for fellowships, depositing your thesis, writing resumes, and more.
Individual Advising Appointments
If you are ready to take the next steps, we are happy to provide individual support through fellowship advising and career advising. Schedule an appointment for video a chat to meet face-to-face with advisors who are ready to help.
Reach out to Us
These are unprecedented times and we are doing our best to provide information as we have it on our website and through emails, but please feel to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 217-333-0035 if you have any questions or visit our need help page.
Your well-being is important.
We know that the uncertainty of the pandemic is challenging for everyone in different ways. Our goal is that you will be able to focus on your studies, your work, your wellness and your life, and we will provide the support and resources to protect you and our entire community. We are confident that together we can continue to find innovative ways to address this and any other challenges we face, and we remind you to take care of yourself and to support each other in the coming weeks.
Health and Wellness
The health and safety of you and your family members is of paramount importance. We recognize that in the coming weeks and months members of our community may become unwell and will not be able to come to the university. The university has posted detailed guidance about how to respond to health challenges and how to seek assistance. Graduate Students are encouraged to reach out to their department or the Graduate College if they are in need of support or if they are unsure of what to do. Additional information is available online at the Graduate College Need Help webpage and on the campus COVID-19 webpage.
Coping with Anxiety and Stress
The Counseling Center provides services to help students address many academic, relational, social, and emotional concerns. Students in need of services should be encouraged to contact the Counseling Center to make an appointment. The Mental Health Clinic at McKinley Health Center offers a variety of services to students seeking assistance with stress, including educational resources for strategies and relaxation techniques.
If you feel you need to reach out to a counselor or health care provider, here are some ways to do so:
- Schedule a Counseling Center phone consultation by calling 217-333-3704.
- McKinley Dial-a-Nurse is available by calling 217-333-2700.
- McKinley Heath Center also offers telehealth services.
- United Healthcare telecounseling and telehealth are available to students with University Student Insurance.
See the Student Affairs COVID-19 Support Resources webpage for additional resources.