Staying connected and engaged with campus life is essential to our health and well being during this challenging time. A number of individual and group resources have been made available to facilitate self-care, encourage routines and promote a healthy work-life balance.
Information and assistance for students is available through University Health Services, based in McCosh Health Center depicted above. Please visit the UHS website for information about how to access UHS services, including tele-health. Resources for faculty and staff are available through the Office of Human Resources.
Information and assistance for students is available through Counseling and Psychological Services.
Resources for faculty and staff are available through the Office of Human Resources.
Undergraduate Student Government has published a Mental Health Resources Guidebook to help students navigate the resources offered through the University surrounding mental health and well-being. The guidebook was developed by USG's Mental Health Task Force and Letters to Strangers.
Maintaining community, even virtually, will be important for everyone’s benefit. The Wintersession website publishes a Virtual Activities Calendar and Community Building Page that will continue to be an excellent resource through the spring 2021 semester.
Campus Recreation has developed a full calendar of online live fitness classes, including yoga, pilates, zumba and a variety of low- and high-impact workouts. Pre-recorded 10-minute workout videos are also a popular option.
All online classes and workouts are available free to Princeton University enrolled students, faculty and staff.
Check out the Campus Recreation website to learn more about in-person access to Dillon for undergraduate and graduate students.
The Lewis Center for the Arts’ free, virtual, drop-in classes in ballet, pilates, and yoga are available to Princeton students, alumni, faculty and staff.
Princeton University’s Office of Religious Life offers COVID-19 resources, including online events and opportunities for connection and spiritual uplift.
Princeton offers a wealth of opportunities for students to participate in service and community engagement, strengthening connections within the campus, the surrounding region and the world. The Pace Center for Civic Engagement integrates service into the Princeton student experience, fostering leadership, inclusivity and a sense of purpose. The Office of Sustainability offers COVID-19 and Sustainability Resources for those interested in environmental activism during the pandemic and beyond. The University also supports more than 300 student organizations to match any interest.