BU Wellness Round-up
There are many resources available to help you at Boston University. Please contact us if you have any questions.
Stay Social - Attend On Campus & Remote Events
MET CS Calendar
We are continuously updating our calendar with social, academic and career events.
MET Student Activities Calendar
Visit this page to view the many student activities for MET students.
Join Our Virtual Chess Club
1) Sign up for a free account on Chess.com
2) Hover over “Connect” and click on “Clubs”
3) Type in “BU MET Computer Science” and request to join!
Take Care of Yourself - Mental Health and Wellbeing
Headspace App for Mindfulness & Meditation
Headspace is the mindfulness app that helps with stress, anxiety, sleep, and focus. And the best part is, you get it for free as a BU graduate student.
The Wellbeing Project has compiled a list of BU resources. All of these are available online to students.
Alcohol & Drug Programs
If you or someone you love is struggling with alcohol or drugs, Student Health Services offers a wealth of information on counseling, recovery, screening, and intervention services.
BU Center for Anxiety & Related Disorders
BU CARD is a clinic specializing in anxiety disorders and related challenges, such as mood, sleep, concentration, and pain and is open to both adults and children.
Tips to Deal with Anxiety over Coronavirus
Feeling overwhelmed by news about the coronavirus? Here are some quick tips to help manage those feelings.
Student Health Services Behavioral Medicine
If you’re feeling stressed, worried, or depressed, the experts at SHS Behavioral Health can guide you toward mental and emotional health and stability.
Mental Health Resources
There are some issues that are frequently encountered by students. Managing your mood, getting a good night sleep and knowing when you need to reach out for support are all important aspects of mental health. Behavioral health offers helpful tips that address some of the challenges that students face.
Stay Motivated - Remote Academic Help & Study Space Reservations
Academic Skills Advising
Do you ever lose track of time? Do you sit down to do your work and two hours later realize you have been on Facebook/Twitter/YouTube/Instagram/Netflix without even opening a book? Did you study for an hour or less just before an exam in high school and manage A’s? Are you starting to realize that this isn’t working for your current courses? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then academic skills advising is for you! Set up a remote appointment today with the Educational Resource Center.
Setup an appointment to meet with faculty during their regularly scheduled office hours. You may also email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange an appointment with a peer helper if you are not already in contact with one.
BU Study Space App
Available to Charles River Campus undergraduate and graduate students to reserve space on campus for studying, attending remote class sessions, or other campus use needs. It allows users to book up to 600 minutes of space a week up to a week in advance.