Mental Health Special Series
UCC students share their anxiety coping strategies

Published by Rachel Arceo on

As a wrap up to our series on mental health, The Mainstream asked UCC students to share what they do to help relieve the stress and anxiety that comes from attending college during a pandemic. Within a few hours of putting out a request for information, many students sent us ideas and photos of their mental health tips. Besides trying to help students reduce stress, our goal was to help the student body see that we are not alone, even though so many students have had to transition to online or remote learning options.

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This is the last of eight articles in our special series on mental health. For the rest of the articles in this series, select any of the links below:

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UCC student discusses his college anxiety
Trapped Behind the Mask: Neurodivergent student shares college pandemic struggles
Students, staff identify mental health treatment barriers amid rising need
Student Assistance Plan offers free virtual counseling services for UCC students, their families and roommates
Science-based coping strategies reduce mental stress, improve mental health
Poor mental health is costing employers billions