Stay informed and utilize resources
Visit UW-Whitewater's Warhawks Return page for the latest information and updates to university operations, course delivery, and services. This page is updated regularly.
Please consistently check your UW-whitewater email. It's the official form of communication from the university to all students, staff, and faculty and will include timely updates related to COVID-19.
From the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to the American Psychological Association, numerous resources and tools exist to equip you to healthily and mindfully respond to challenging and complex situations, like COVID-19.
Staying Emotionally Well
Make time to take care of yourself. It is an uncertain time for everyone, including you. Remember to take it day by day and do the best you can to help yourself and others. Try some of the ideas below:
Find ways to relax and decompress
Take time to unwind and relax. This is even more important to do during stressful times. Here are a few ideas for relaxing:
Connect with others
Connection with others is important to our well-being, particularly as this a time you and others may feel lonely or distressed. Find ways to connect while keeping yourself and others safe (current social distancing recommendations).
Be mindful of Covid-19 overload and misinformation
While it may be helpful to stay in the know, limit the time you spend taking in Covid-19 news. It can be overwhelming due to the amount of information. Also, be mindful to check-out rumors for yourself by going to reputable sources.