Fall Break Closure
Throughout the world, Blue Hens are living through these moments together. Day by day, we rise and make decisions about our health and wellness, the communities that we support and that support us, and what we can do to feel that we are thriving despite these challenging times. Whether it’s a quiet sunrise, a favorite meal, or a little brick courtyard that reminds us of our beautiful and bustling campus, we are never alone in these thoughts — and we know that every step we take to protect our flock brings us closer to each other once again.
The nature-based self-care brochure featured at right includes a list of outdoor spaces to explore within 100 miles of UD, as well as tips and resources to help you or a group opt outside wherever you are.
Looking to become a more active community member? Check out these 25 action steps for personal and community wellbeing and follow along with the #BITBatUD hashtag on Instagram for weekly bystander intervention tips.
For more ways to connect with your UD community this semester, check out our HENgagement page!
Nature-Based Self-Care Guide [PDF]
NAVIGATING CHANGE TOGETHER
The University’s second annual Blue Hen Re-Coop Day was held Tuesday, Nov. 3, coinciding with the break in classes for the presidential election, one of many significant changes that we have faced as a UD community. As in previous years, all students are encouraged to set aside a minute, an hour, or a day to commit to habits that proactively support your wellbeing as we navigate these unprecedented times together:
After Nov. 3
• Head over to our Recreation page for more activities and free fitness classes to get you moving.
• Stop by the virtual student-led Fresh Check booths to boost your mental and emotional wellness.
• Reflect on your dimensions of wellness and what changes you would like to make to enhance your wellbeing.