How to lead a stress-free life while balancing work and school?
University of Windsor students returned to campus this Fall, as most of the courses were in person. After three long years of online classes, it has been overwhelming for most students to come back in person. It has been a sudden shift from being able to work from home and study to juggling between work and school in person. While balancing work and school, students often neglect their health. In terms of mental health, having too much stress can cause severe problems in the future course of one's life. We must learn how to manage our stress and take care
Student support services at UWindsor
UWindsor students are preparing to head into exam season. The Lance wants to remind students that The University of Windsor’s Student Alliance (UWSA) & the Student Success and Leadership Centre (SSLC) run services to help support students. Below are two of their services; The Peer Support Centre and the Writing Support Desk. Peer Support Centre (UWSA) The Peer Support Centre provides a safe space for students to reach out to peer support volunteers and assist with navigating resources. Azza Shurutty, a second-year undergraduate student and volunteer said she enjoys her work at the centre and helping students. "People always ask for support, and