Healthy Huskies Update (Feb. 25, 2021)
New Counseling Groups, Library Tour Video, Monday Deadline for Thinking Matters Abstract Submission, How to Let Us Know Your Anticipated Weekly Presence on Campus, Virtual Career Week, The Hussey Leadership Institute, Athletics' New Home on Instagram, Pro Tips to Make Sure Your Sample is Valid, and How to Ace Your Test.
Healthy Huskies Update (Feb. 11, 2021)
USM Senior Connor Blake Shows How to Ace the Test, Anna's Phase-6 Pro Tips to Make Sure Your Sample is Valid, How to Download and Use the Safer Community App, Huskies' First Home Athletics Contests This Weekend, Deadline to Withdraw from a Course for a W Extended, When to Use the COVID-19 Reporting Form, SilverCloud Online Mental Health Tool, Navigate USM, Black History Month Activities, New Zoom Lounge Locations, and Spring Semester Counseling Groups and Workshops.
Healthy Huskies Update (Feb. 4, 2021)
How to Ace Your Saliva-Based Test on the First Try, Advising Team’s Tip of the Week, Campus Food Pantry Offers Pre-Order and Pickup, The New SilverCloud Online Mental-Health Tool, How to Report a Positive COVID-19 Test/Exposure/Concerns, Weeks of Welcome Activities, Passport Activities, The Counseling Team's Groups and Workshops, How to Be More Successful on Brightspace, Zoom, and Which Face Coverings Are OK.
Healthy Huskies Update (Jan. 28, 2021)
The New Safer Community App, Instructions for Making Sure Your Saliva Sample is Viable, Watch Anna and Rodney Explain How Phase-6 Testing Works, The New SilverCloud Online Mental-Health Tool, Weeks of Welcome Activities, Passport Activities, The Counseling Team's Groups and Workshops.
Healthy Huskies Update (Jan. 21, 2021)
New Dining Services locations and hours, Advising's virtual drop-in appointments, deadline to switch a fall semester grade to P/F is next Thursday, Student Engagement & Leaderships’s quarantine activities, New SilverCloud online mental health tool available for students, Hired Huskies Podcasts, Weekly testing of on-campus students, faculty, and staff begins Feb. 1, Help Wanted: Public Health Testing Ambassadors, New locations for key student services, New Zoom lounge locations, and spring semester counseling workshops and groups.
Healthy Huskies Update (Jan. 14, 2021)
2021 MLK Day programming, move-in day details, asymptomatic testing update, seeking Public Health Testing Ambassadors, new locations for key student services, new Zoom lounge locations, spring semester counseling workshops and groups, how to be more successful on Zoom and Brightspace, course modalities explained, and the deadline to change a fall 2020 letter grade to pass–fail.
Healthy Huskies Update (Nov. 19, 2020)
The CDC’s Advice on the Safest Way to Celebrate Thanksgiving, What's Next for Testing, How to Be More Successful on Brightspace & Zoom, Complete the Survey & Enter to Win a $500 Textbook Credit, USM Advising Offers Drop-In Hours Via Zoom, Still Time to Get a Flu Shot, Counseling Services’ Updated Workshops & Groups, What's Open and When, How to Keep Earning Federal Work-Study Funding, Housing's Checklist for Heading Home
Healthy Huskies Update (Nov. 12, 2020)
Expanded Safe Departure Testing Next Week, Changes to Limit Community Transmission During the Final Two Weeks, What to Do This Weekend (Virtual Edition), the Transitioning Home Checklist, and How, When Employees Can Communicate about COVID-19.
Healthy Huskies Update (Nov. 5, 2020)
Masks Now Required in Public, A Big Week of Testing Ahead, How to Avoid Being In Isolation This Thanksgiving, Leaving the Residence Halls Early, Travel-Quarantine Update, Know Before You Go and Gather This Holiday Season, Withdrawal for a W Deadline Extended, Counseling Team Offers New Support Groups and Workshops, Navigate USM, For Employees: A Four-Week Stress Reduction Strategies Support Group
Healthy Huskies Update (Oct. 29, 2020)
This week’s Healthy Huskies Update includes important information about the Nov. 25 closure of residence halls, several sessions and workshops to help us cope with stress and practice self-care, the CDC’s new close-contact definition, travel and gatherings, and much more that can help students, faculty, and staff navigate these challenging times.