Student Health and Wellness Programs

August 2020 Stall Talk

Student Health and Wellness Programs

Stall Talk: Welcome to Fall 2020

Tips for getting into the groove of school!
Uwene ke kolopā. (The effort is a success.) - ʻŌlelo Noʻeau #2889

Get To Know The University Of Hawaiʻi At Hilo
Whether you are a new or returning student it is good for you to be aware of what UH Hilo services are available to support you through your academic journey.

Identify A Mentor
A mentor can be a source of support and guidance throughout your academic career and after. Getting to know a faculty or staff member that does work that you are interested in can provide you valuable insight into possible career paths.

Be Familiar With Your Syllabi
Your syllabi offer you a pathway through each of your courses. Your faculty will specify what is required in the course, a class schedule and how to contact them. Utilize this resource to ensure academic success.

Be COVID-19 Aware
Continue to protect both yourself and others from the risk of COVID-19 by wearing masks and maintaining social-distancing practices.

Make Self-Care A Priority
Taking time out of each day to care for yourself is essential to your overall well-being. Learning stress-management strategies and activities that help you to maintain stress levels will support you in building and maintaining resiliency.

Create A Routine
Create a routine that allows you to organize your tasks and maintain your well-being. Schedule designated times to study, for self-care, rest, eating healthy meals and socializing.

September Is Suicide Prevention Month
Please join us in various activities around campus to bring awareness to suicide prevention and learn how you can help create a college climate that is conducive with and encourages help-seeking behaviors among those struggling with mental health challenges. #endthestigma

Haumana Hou Study Lounge
Join us every Tuesday night from 5-7pm in room SSC W-201. Beginning September 8th

Follow us for updates @uhh_shwp

Emergency Information

In an emergency:
Call 911 or
Campus Security:
(808) 974-7911 (x7911 campus phone)

Crisis Line of Hawaiʻi:
1-(800) 753-6879
(Available 24-hours, 7 days a week)

Hawaiʻi Crisis Text Line:
Text "ALOHA" to 741741

YWCA 24-hour Sexual Assault Hotline:
(808) 935-0677

Counseling Services:
(808) 932-7465
SSC E-203

Student Medical Services :
(808) 932-7369
CC 212

UH Hilo CARE Team:
Christopher Holland , Dean of Students

UH Hilo Title IX Office:
Jenna Waipa
(808) 932-7642

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