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Programming and Workshops

The Center for Student Wellbeing provides a variety of workshops throughout the year. We are also glad to accept requests submitted by student organizations, staff, and faculty. Presentations are offered at the Center or in a variety of on campus settings and are faciliated by CSW staff and our peer educators.

To request services, please complete our program request form.  Please note that the Student Care Network requires a minimum of two weeks notice to consider requests. All requests will be screened by a staff member within 2-3 business days of the initial request. Approval of requests is contingent upon scheduling, availability of staff and type of request submitted. More information about Student Care Network program requests can be found here.

Host Responsibility Training

Undergraduate HRT dates include:

  • Monday, September 11th (Virtual) 5:15-6:00pm
  • Tuesday, September 19th (CSW Classroom) 12:15-1:00pm
  • Thursday, October 5th (CSW Classroom) 12:15-1:00pm
  • Monday, October 16th (Virtual) 5:15-6:00pm
  • Thursday, November 9th (CSW Classroom) 12:15-1:00pm

Graduate/Professional HRT dates include:

  • Tuesday, September 5th (CSW Classroom) 12:15-1:00pm
  • Tuesday, October 3rd (CSW Classroom) 12:15-1:00pm

Links to recorded workshops:

Recorded Graduate/Professional Student and Faculty/Staff Host Responsibility Training:

In order to access the HRT recording you will log on to your Brightspace account and self-enroll in the Center for Student Wellbeing Course. Once you are there click on CSW Workshop Recording, and you will find the Host Responsibility Training recording. When you have watched the recording, it will be marked as completed.


Surviving & Thriving with ADHD and other Executive Function Concerns

Representatives from the CSW and UCC will facilitate a weekly workshop for students to actively engage in skill-building to improve work completion, time management, and organization and practice cognitive-behavioral and mindfulness interventions. This workshop series will focus on strategies for improving work completion, time management, and organization, as well as touching on cognitive behavioral and mindfulness interventions. A verified diagnosis of ADHD is not required for this workshop; any interested student is welcome! No referral is necessary and attendance is not mandatory, although you will get the most benefit if you make a commitment to attend all sessions in the series.  If you have previously participated in Surviving and Thriving with ADHD, you are invited to attend again, as it can be beneficial to hear the information more than one time.

Workshop Location & Time: All meetings take place on Wednesdays from 4:00-5:00pm at the Center for Student Wellbeing Classroom

*Please reach out to Frances Niarhos ( or Samantha York ( for more information about this workshop.

  • Sep 6: Time & Task Management
  • Sep 13: TLCs (Therapeutic Lifestyle Choices), Mindfulness
  • Sep 20: Goal-setting and group coaching
  • Sep 27: Goal-setting and group coaching
  • Oct 11: Refuel
  • Nov 1: Refuel