Category: Information and support

Return to Campus

Click here for updates from the School of the Arts for Spring 2021.

Holiday Self-Care and Safety Planning Guide

The Well and University Counseling Services’ Advocacy Program have created a guide for holiday safety planning and self-care. Visit here for an accessible Google Doc version.

Rec Sports Virtual Fitness and Wellness

Rec Sports offers a variety of ways for you to engage in virtual fitness and wellness experiences to help you get active and stay healthy. Check out the website here complete with class offerings.

Mental Health Resources

Feeling stressed? Click here for a list of ways to manage stress and stay well, provided by the university.

Food for Fines

VCU Libraries will host a food drive through Dec. 18 to stock Ram Pantry at VCU. For each food item donated, VCU Libraries will waive $5 in overdue fines, up to a $30 maximum.  Click here for more information.

Staying on or around campus for breaks?

The Division of Student Affairs has created a department operations blog with information on which buildings and services will be operational during fall break, final exams and winter break and the weeks leading up to the start of classes for the spring semester. The blog will be updated ongoing when changes are made.

Considerations for Students Returning Home for the Holidays

Countdown to winter break already got you one hoof out the door? According to the Virginia Department of Health, students and staff should minimize their interactions with others as much as possible in the 14 days before leaving campus, including during travel home.  Read about this guideline and more here.

Join the Ram Pantry in the fight to reduce food waste!

The Ram Pantry is seeking students whom would like to receive FREE surplus produce. Click here to fill out this short form if you are interested in signing up for surplus produce items that would otherwise go unused.

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 […]

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