Your Top 5

As we face these unprecedented challenges related to COVID-19 together, please know that the St. Edward’s University community is committed to giving you the support that you need. We curated this quick list (called Your Top 5) just for you. These are the key things you need to know (and do) this month to help you successfully wrap up the spring semester.

New Coronavirus Updates

The university has recently made updates to our COVID-19 Alerts page that include updates on a Safe Return to CampusFinancial Assistance and the CARES Act

Tech Tips for Remote Learning

Interested in learning more about the technology you can use to help your remote coursework? Jesse Plaza, System and Comm Engineer with St. Edward's Office of Information Technology joined us for an Instagram Live session where he talked about tech tips for remote learning, advice on hardware for your classes and what resources you should take advantage of while you're away from the Hilltop! 

Register for Summer and Fall

If you still haven't registered for your summer or fall classes, here's a reminder of what to do before the end of the semester: contact your financial aid advisor if you have a hold, meet with your success coach or primary advisor to get your pin, and then register for classes. As a reminder, summer classes are offered at a 40% discount rate!

 Webinar Featuring University Leadership

On May 19, university leadership hosted a webinar to address the re-structuring changes being made on the hilltop, as well as how we are preparing for a safe return to campus in the fall. Watch now

5 Tips for Your Mental Health

College is full of life changes – both exciting and stressful – that can affect students’ mental health. When a global pandemic is added to the mix, paying attention to our own mental health, and helping those around us, is even more important. Here are five recommendations for staying grounded in the midst of challenging times.

BONUS: How to Live Well 

Vanessa Pena, director of the Health and Counseling Center, and Andy Lemons, senior director of Recreation and Wellness, have a candid conversation about how the global COVID-19 pandemic is impacting all of us and bringing the hilltop together. Along the way, they share their best advice to students on how to thrive during this period of uncertainty. Check out the entire video with Vanessa and Andy here!

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