1. Prioritize your mental and physical health
- Follow social distancing guidelines, including wearing a mask and keeping six feet apart. When health conditions allow classes to resume on campus safely, students will receive Georgetown masks.
- In a virtual environment, it can help to create a designated study space in your home with limited distractions, access to coffee/tea/water, and natural light. Additionally, it can help to develop a routine that designates time for class, studying, and rest.
- If you are not feeling well, Georgetown’s Student Health Center, Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS), and Health Education Services (HES) offer virtual health services. Learn more about the services and how to schedule an appointment here.
- If you are looking for ways to break up your day, Georgetown’s Yates Field House offers online resources filled with free virtual mind/body sessions and workout classes.
- If you are looking for some helpful tips for coping with uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, read the article from Georgetown psychologists Abigail Marsh and Andrea Bonior.