Here you’ll find messages of support for GC students and other ways to connect during the Covid-19 campus closure.
- Monday morning prayer with Campus Ministries: Join Joanne Gallardo, our campus pastor, and the Student Ministry Team for prayer on Monday mornings at 10 am. The Zoom ID is: 204-305-583. The gathered group will be praying for themselves, our community and our world. If you have a prayer request, fill out this Google form and the group will include it in their time together. You can remain anonymous if you wish.
Wednesday, April 1 — All Academic Success Center blog posts
Making the sudden move to online study and finishing the semester away from campus is a challenge. Read about some tools and strategies to finish Spring Semester successfully with these ASC blog posts.
Wednesday, April 1 — A video message for students from Rustin Nyce, associate athletic director and head cross country and track coach
Tuesday, March 31 — Academic Success Center Blog: The marathon study day: getting started, staying focused
Every college student knows the marathon study day. Here are my tips for starting it, sticking with it, and getting it done.
Tuesday, March 31 — A video message for students from Duane Stoltzfus, professor of communication
Monday, March 30 — Academic Success Center Blog: Recover From Roadblocks
Here is a list of things to remember and to try if you’ve hit a roadblock or feel like you need to get yourself back to where you were!
Monday, March 30 — A video message for students from Erica Albertin, associate athletic director and head athletic trainer
Friday, March 27 — Academic Success Center Blog: Dealing with Disappointment
As we all make this transition to online and isolated learning, Junior Claire Rauck has some words of encouragement on how we can all move forward during this difficult time.
Friday, March 27 — A video message for students from Dr. LaKendra Hardware, director for diversity, equity & inclusion
Thursday, March 26 — Read President Stoltzfus’ latest blog post: “Checklist part 2: ‘Emotions need motion'”
Thursday, March 26 — Academic Success Center Blog: Caring for your mental health in an uncertain time
As we live into online learning and life away from school, it is important to also pause to give time and attention to our mental wellness.
Thursday, March 26 — A video message for students from Gilberto Pérez Jr., vice president for student life and dean of students
Wednesday, March 25 — Academic Success Center Blog: Staying Motivated
Today we’ve got tips for staying disciplined and motivated when you’re feeling bored or discouraged.
Wednesday, March 25 — A video message for students from Kathy Meyer Reimer, professor of education
Tuesday, March 24 — Academic Success Center Blog: Tips for studying at home
Today we have five tips for being more successful when studying and learning at home.
Tuesday, March 24 — A video message for students from Ann Vendrely, VP for academic affairs and academic dean.
Monday, March 23 — Academic Success Center Blog: Making the move to online study
Students — as you officially resume the semester online, the Academic Success Center wants to give you some basic study tips, reminders and ways to motivate you as you tackle the rest of the semester. Be on the lookout for our updates/blog posts for the next 7 days. » Read the first post
Sunday, March 22 — Read President Stoltzfus’ latest blog post: “A checklist for all of us”
“I keep a sticky note on my computer monitor with my personal checklist. It’s a reminder, especially when I am stressed or overwhelmed, to go through my checklist, take stock of these dimensions of myself, and to devote attention and care to all of these capacities. This is more than self-care, it is self-equipping.” » Read the rest of the post
Friday, March 20 — A video message for students from Joanne Gallardo, campus pastor.
Email email@example.com if you are wanting to stay connected:
- through a small group that meets online,
- through a group that regularly prays,
- or if you would like to write a note of encouragement to folks at Greencroft.