Being an Out-of-State Remote Student in the COVID Era: Virtual Drop-in Connections
Counseling and Psychological Services (CaPS) will be offering virtual gatherings to help students living out-of-state to thrive and connect during this time of transition. These virtual gatherings are designed to create a space to discuss emotional reactions to the COVID-19 pandemic and its many consequences, including:
- abrupt transition to online learning
- being forced to unexpectedly leave your college community
- adjusting to living at home with family, friends, or alone
- grief regarding important semester milestones being cancelled or postponed
- fear about illness
- uncertainty about co-ops and jobs
To join us, please register and agree to our participation guidelines. Once registered, an email will be sent including the Zoom link to access the group.
**You do not need to be connected with Counseling and Psychological Services to participate. Please be aware, these gatherings are not a replacement for psychotherapy. Please contact Counseling and Psychological Services at 585-475-2261 if you are interested in scheduling a telemental health consultation or in need of an urgent care visit during business hours. After hours crisis support is available at 855-436-1245.
**Please register for each Virtual Drop-In Connection separately as each event has a unique zoom link that will be emailed to you upon registration confirmation.
When and Where
This is an RIT Only Event