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Keeping Bobcats Informed Parents & Family, March 31, 2021

Keeping Bobcats Informed Parents & Family, March 31, 2021

Bobcat Parents & Families,

We're moving into the final month of classes for spring semester, and I can feel the eagerness on campus to get out, stretch our cramped limbs and move into summertime already.  I hope you will join me in taking on the 30-day well-being challenge I've extended to our students. It is meant to set you up mentally, physically, emotionally, and socially for post-pandemic success. Personally, I could use a full reboot, so I'm looking forward to the daily prompts.

For our seniors, these are their final days on the bricks before they are welcomed into alumni status. It is an exciting and bittersweet month to be a Bobcat. April is my favorite month of the year because we have so many milestones to celebrate, and you can check this weekly email for updates on what those look like this year.

Sending care,
Patti

Patricia McSteen
Dean of Students

 

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Celebrate OHIO's international community this week on campus and online. Visit College Green for the national flag raising, connect over food through an expert-led cooking show, or join the international dance party.

Follow @isu_ohiou and join events from the schedule.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Survivors and Allies Take Back the Night

Individuals of all gender identities are welcome to join Take Back the Night on April 1 to hear from and honor survivors of sexual and domestic violence.

Learn more >

Submit sentiments of support >

Coping Clinics All Month Long

Weekly coping clinics are open to all OHIO students no matter their location. These clinics cover topics ranging from coping with loneliness and isolation to setting yourself up for academic success.

See the full schedule >

Commencement: Live and In-Person

Four spring 2021 graduate and undergraduate commencement ceremonies will take place — rain or shine — at Peden Stadium from April 30–May 2.

Get the details >

Order your grad swag >


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 Take charge of your life by accepting this friendly 30-day challenge from Student Affairs. Download this calendar and follow the daily prompts to enhance your well-being and build your community at OHIO. 


ONLY IN ATHENS

It Pays to Shop Local

Shop Athens Ohio is offering a $1,000 one-time scholarship for incoming and current university students. The money will be dispersed beginning with the fall semester of the 2021-22 academic year.

Learn More >

JOB OPPORTUNITY

Remote Work for Students

University Advancement is recruiting Student Engagement Ambassadors—Bobcats who will connect remotely with alumni and friends during the spring semester – and it pays, too.

Learn More >


04/07

The Safe and Sexy Social

A free sexual health and well-being activity focused on healthy sexual expression and behaviors will happen outside Ping Center on April 7 from 5-8 p.m. Registration is required.

Register Today

03/31

Developing Personal Resilience

Baron Miller, LCDR, CHC, USN, will speak about his time as a SAR Swimmer, active duty chaplain, and a member of Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command during this Well-Being Talk Series event.

Join the series >

04/01

Virtual Mindfulness Session

Learn mindfulness practices and experience guided breathing exercises during this mind-body alignment session. Mindfulness enhances your ability to relax, focus, and practice self-compassion.

Tune in live >

04/05

Spring "Break": Emotional Wellness

It's time to prioritize your emotional wellness, but what does that even mean? Chat with health promotion experts to learn how to maintain your emotional wellness during times of uncertainty and stress.

RSVP here >

SORORITY & FRATERNITY LIFE

Collin's Law Letter-Writing Campaign 

Institutions across the state of Ohio are coming together for a letter-writing campaign in support of Collin's Law: The Ohio Anti-Hazing Act. The campaign will support changing hazing from its current status as a fourth-degree misdemeanor to a felony. Join student leaders April 5–9 at Baker Center, to complete your letter so that it can be mailed to your respective legislator.