Beyond the Diag - Off Campus Housing

Self-Care for the Start of the Semester

Being back on campus is exciting, but it can sometimes be difficult to juggle moving in, the start of classes, student organizations, athletics, and social activities. We’ve compiled some information on what wellness looks like for students, and how we can utilize resources on campus to promote our own well-being. Wolverine Wellness lists eight different dimensions that make up a student’s well-being:

Post-Roe Listening Circles

Wolverine Wellness will be offering Listening Circles for students to process the Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe V. Wade. With roots in indigenous cultures around the world, listening circles provide people an opportunity to speak and listen to each other in an atmosphere of safety, respect, and equality.

Pop-up Clinics

University Health Service is partnering with Walgreens to offer pop-up clinics for the seasonal flu vaccine, as well as COVID-19 primary series and booster vaccines. These clinics are available to students, staff and faculty, as follows:

Self-care tips during finals

Ahhhhh, spring. The flowers are blooming, we’re swapping our boots for sneakers and sandals, people are hammocking everywhere…and finals are upon us. For many of us, this time of year is bittersweet; the weather is beginning to improve and thinking about the future is exciting, but finals can become a cloud hanging over the springtime positivity. It’s not all bad though, and here are a few top tips to help you take care of yourself during these vital last few weeks:

Have fun - and Stay Safe

With sporting festivities and celebrations that coincide with college life, here is important safety information from Wolverine Wellness and University Health Service, designed to help you have fun while staying safe. Spring, St Patrick’s Day, March Madness and end of classes are just a few of the reasons that you may choose to celebrate in the coming weeks. Take a look at the suggestions below for how to enjoy these events safely.