It’s Finals Week: Remote Tips and Resources

Sophomore Brian Huynh’s remote work station. How are you studying strong at home?

It’s finals week, and whether or not you’re still on campus, we’re still here to support you. Although this is an unprecedented time, it is a good opportunity to remember the importance of being kind to yourself and to take advantage of resources that help make life a little easier.

Remember: Campus offers tips to help you get connected and be successful while learning remotely, found on the COVID-19 student web page:

Below is a list of remote campus resources to help you rock finals week.

Center for Healthy Minds

The Center for Healthy Minds offers a toolkit:, which includes free access to their mindfulness app:

Dogs on Call

It’s been a ruff semester and we all missed visiting with our ‘pawsome’ therapy dog friends from Dogs on Call. The dogs have missed you too! They will be sharing daily photos and videos of themselves at home and at play, wishing you well all through finals. Follow @AskSteenbock on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter, or follow hashtag #SitStayStudy to get your daily dose of puppy love.

Greater University Tutoring Services (GUTS)

GUTS is here to help you study, including online Drop-In Tutoring and online Study Skills appointments.


The libraries are still available to help you, including the Ask A Librarian chat service and remote access to electronic books, journals, databases, and more.

Rec Well 

Take a break from studying and relieve some stress with Rec Well. They have a variety of virtual programming, including Group fitness classes, at-home workouts, personal training, and wellbeing resources.

UHS Remote Health 

It’s important to take care of your health during a stressful time. UHS is still here to support you with Virtual Wellness Resources, Identity Specific Resources, Workshops and Seminars, and more.