Psychology professor Katerina Salini provides some information on proven ways to help reduce stress.
Students don’t have to go through stress alone. SLCC has several options and resources, including garden plots, massages, and counseling sessions.
The Center for Health and Counseling offers hour-long massages at low prices.
SLCC finals week begins Dec. 10, but now is the time for students to manage their stress before it overwhelms them.
SLCC student Kathy Nguyen talks about stress in school and how she manages it.
Students who are feeling overwhelmed can turn to the Center for Health and Counseling for stress relief.
SLCC alum Amanda Jones teaches yoga to enrich the lives of students and faculty.
As final week approaches, de-stress fest helps students find some relief. Read on for some simple techniques you can put in your study routine.
Stress Management workshops and other services are intended to prevent students from losing control.
Health and Wellness Services offers a wide array of services to treat Salt Lake Community College students.
Salt Lake Community College offers several yoga classes, and the potential health benefits are many.
Salt Lake Community College students can reduce stress through exercise, playing sports, and performing meaningful service to others.