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Supporting Your Remote Learning Student

Resources for Families

This is an unusual time for not only our students, but for families as everyone navigates a new normal. We hope you can use the information on this site to not as resources to support your Boilermaker, but your entire family.

Completing the College Year at Home

How to Help Your Student Succeed at Remote Learning

Students dealing with loss of important rites of passage

Self Care For All:

  • Reach out and talk. Be open with a trusted friend, advisor, resident assistant, mental or spiritual advisor about what you’ve experienced. Get extra support.
  • Get enough sleep. Sleep deprivation makes things worse. Sleeping on a consistent routine is important. Avoid caffeine, alcohol, and non-prescription drugs, which can make it harder to rest and sleep.
  • Practice relaxation. Activities like deep breathing, yoga, and meditation can be beneficial. Use WellTrack (welltrack.com) to help you.
  • Keep a routine. If you can, it is beneficial to keep a routine. Eat, sleep, and exercise on a regular schedule.
  • Reduce stress. Eliminate or reduce unnecessary obligations, even if temporarily. A break can be really helpful.

Resources for Current Students

Remote Learning Resources

Well-being Resources

Virtual Student Life

The Virtual Student Life site offers several virtual resources to help students take care of their physical and mental well-being.

Steps to Leaps Modules

Resources for Admitted Students

COVID-19 Information

for the most up-to-date information, visit the Purdue COVID-19 website

 

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