Category: Advice

Stress Management Appointments Available to Students

VCU’s Health Promotion and Well-Being Center (The Well) offers stress management and mindfulness appointments for students. Sign up for a free, 50-minute Resilience Lab appointment here with a Well professional to learn tips to mindfully manage stress.

VCU RAMmalogues program

Wednesdays in the Workshop (on the Web!)

The Workshop hosts virtual hands-on demonstrations of tools and software available at home to help you be productive and creative on academic and personal projects.  This semester, the theme of Wednesdays in the Workshop (on the Web!) is “What If We Zoomed @ the Intersection of Art and Technology??” Sessions take place on Zoom and focus […]

“How to Apply Workshop Series” with the National Scholarship Office

Check out a brand new 5-week workshop series for VCU juniors, seniors, grad students and alumni planning to apply for a Fulbright award or another postgraduate scholarship! This series will prepare participants to tackle applications for major postgraduate scholarships, in particular the Fulbright student grant, the Rhodes, Marshall, Mitchell, and Gates Cambridge Scholarships, and the […]

VCU Alumni presents Lift Every Voice: Black Alumni Across the Industries Panel Series

To celebrate Black History Month, each week of February, the panelists will bring a wealth of knowledge and experience in various industries. They will share successes as well as lessons learned as they have navigated their careers and how their identity has played a role in their professional journey.  Thursday, Feb. 4: Health Care, Science and […]

Need a financial counselor? If you’re a VCU student, you already have one.

Through VCU’s Student Financial Management Center, every student is now assigned a financial counselor who can help them understand how to pay for college and balance tuition with the other expenses in their lives. The Student Financial Management Center, located on the first floor of Harris Hall, 1015 Floyd Ave., is open for in-person visits […]

Ways to Cope with Election Stress

Paul Rucker: Fall Workshop Series

Paul Rucker

Assistant Professor and iCubed Research Fellow Paul Rucker leads a series of workshops at the Institute for Contemporary Art Professional Development for Artists Grants: September 21, 2019 from 1-3pm This seminar will demystify the process by providing emerging, mid-career, and established artists with the skills, knowledge, and language needed to write a successful grant. Residencies: […]

ALIVE! Mental Health Fair

mental health fair

Check this great opportunity to learn about mental wellness, meet peers, and get some free pizza! Visit the Commons Plaza on September 24th from 10:30am – 2:30pm to take part in ALIVE! Check out more information at and don’t forget to pick up your free t-shirt! Check this great opportunity to learn about mental […]