There are a lot of things changing right now. Below are some resources that can help during this time.
Create a flexible plan for success that offers stability in the days moving forward.
- Computer Labs - locations and hours
- Tips for Online Course Success
- Online Tutoring
- Academic Advisement
- Library Off-Campus Access
- The Writing Center
- Continuing Education
- Zoom 101 Sign Up & Download Meeting Client
- Tips for Studying for Exams
- 10 Tips for Online Learning
Students residing in Carbondale can utilize free wi-fi. To connect, select the "City of Carbondale Free Wi-Fi" option. No password required.
Focusing on school is tough when you’re feeling unwell. Put your physical, mental and emotional health first so you’re able to do well in your courses.
- Suicide hotline, 800-273-8255
- Domestic violence hotline, 800-799-7233
- Alcohol and other drugs hotline, 877-726-4727
Combat feelings of loneliness by connecting virtually with friends, family and classmates
Get the Facts
The resources listed below are likely to be more accurate sources of information than what friends post on social media. Be informed but not consumed. Don’t spend all day scrolling through social media, watching the news, arguing with people or trying to persuade them. Over-concentration on stressful situations can contribute to depression, feelings of helplessness and anxiety.
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- World Health Organization
- Illinois Department of Public Health
Stay up to date on campus information regarding Covid-19 at siu.edu/coronavirus
Academics and Advisement
Find strategies that help you work online. If you need help or guidance, please reach out to your instructor or department.
Saluki Food Pantry
The Saluki Food Pantry will be open every Tuesday and Wednesday, through December 10, 2020, from 10am – 1pm. After December 10, students can email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org for securing emergency food bags. The pantry will reopen on January 12, 2021 with normal hours.
Donations welcomed for the Student Emergency Fund
We're in this together!
Itʼs important to remember that our current circumstances are temporary. With these tips and others youʼll pick up along the way, weʼll learn we are resilient and can overcome any challenges we have ahead.