Student Care Network
Jan. 4, 2021—Vanderbilt University conducted its inaugural Headspace meditation and mindfulness challenge this October open to all undergraduate and graduate students. The joint effort by students spanning many university departments greatly exceeded its goal.
Dec. 14, 2020—Students are encouraged to explore the wellness resources found on the Student Care Network website so that they may become familiar with what is available and how to access support.
Nov. 30, 2020—The Student Care Network, in collaboration with a variety of campus partners, offers resources and services to help students prepare for final papers, examinations and presentations. Students can learn more about resources, tips and strategies to help them do their best this exam season.
Nov. 23, 2020—Because many families may not be together for the upcoming holiday season and winter break, members of the Student Care Network are sharing suggestions to encourage having a gratitude mindset as a way to improve well-being and develop perspective.
Nov. 16, 2020—While many Vanderbilt students will be physically distant from campus over the extended winter break, the Student Care Network is committed to ensuring that students do not feel disconnected from campus support services.
Nov. 9, 2020—The Student Care Network recognizes that Vanderbilt students may be feeling stress in anticipation of the end of the semester or preparing to leave campus for the extended winter break.
Nov. 2, 2020—The Student Care Network is sharing a few ideas to support students' mental and physical well-being as the end of the fall semester approaches.
Oct. 25, 2020—The Student Care Network seeks to ensure that students have access to well-being resources, regardless of their location. There are a variety of online wellness and academic support resources for students studying on campus, off campus, out of state and abroad.
Oct. 19, 2020—The Center for Student Wellbeing is offering tips and resources, including workshops, academic coaching and an online learning space, for students to help them succeed academically this semester.
Oct. 12, 2020—All students are encouraged to connect with the many resources available through the Student Care Network when in need. Some of those resources include the University Counseling Center’s drop-in consultations and workshops and the Center for Student Wellbeing's workshops.
Oct. 7, 2020—While symptom monitoring and testing are important parts of the university’s “Anchor Down. Step Up.” campaign, the overall well-being of the entire community is paramount. During this time, the university encourages all Commodores to check in not only with themselves, but also other community members.
Oct. 5, 2020—From Oct. 5 to 30, undergraduate, graduate and professional students can join Vanderbilt’s Headspace Challenge, designed to encourage meditation among students in support of their mental health and well-being.