Hello Class of 2021.

You are graduating in unprecedented times. You are facing unique challenges and opportunities. The Counseling Center would like to support your well-being with the following workshops specially designed for you.

Graduation Anxiety… Coping with an Uncertain Future

Monday, Apr. 12, 2:30pm-3:30pm

Many students experience anxiety as graduation approaches, and after graduation. There can be a lot of uncertainty at this time in your life. You may be worried about securing a job, starting your career, or entering graduate school. Many experience performance anxiety about job interviews or the graduate school application process. The effect of COVID on all of this can add additional uncertainty. Join us for a discussion of these common anxieties and tips on managing worries and uncertainty.  

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Meeting ID: 812 457 6191

Goodbye to College Life

Monday, Apr. 19, 5:00pm-6:00pm

Graduation is a time of new beginnings, but it also can feel like a time of loss. Your routine will change, your social life will shift, and you may experience the end of certain social connections and certain supports that the College community offered. Furthermore, due to the pandemic, you may lose the opportunity for traditions such as graduations and graduation celebrations that help commemorate these endings in a positive way. Join us for a discussion of losses related to graduation, and ways to process the sadness that can accompany them.  

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Meeting ID: 874 6481 7597

Passcode: 202758

I’m Graduating! Who Am I Now?

Monday, Apr. 26, 10:30am-11:30am

When you graduate college, you are taking a step away from an identity you have held for the majority of your life–a student. Life transitions such as this create an opportunity to define yourself in new ways, but this opportunity is not without its challenges. Redefining who you are can be anxiety provoking, confusing, and result in a lack of confidence in your abilities. Join us for a discussion about your emerging post-graduation identity.​

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By Ann Booth, PsyD