When you think of self-care, your mind probably jumps to bath bombs, face masks, and sleeping in. These are all good options for wellness, but don’t stop there when it comes to practicing self-care in everyday life.
It’s important to think of self-care less as a reward for doing a good job or...
Don’t be a lab rat. Stop vaping.
The long term effects of vaping are not known, the testing is being done on you. Your vape contains harmful and potentially harmful ingredients that put your health at risk.
Turn in your vape to get FREE Arcadia Swag
At the start of my junior semester, I felt like I was finally seeing the fruits of my academic labor. I had been offered a research position, I was going to be involved with a presidential committee, and I declared my double major. I felt like my future was bright and brimming with opportunity—...
Come and Learn Mindfulness.
A group to relax, manage stress, and cultivate compassion for yourself and others. Learn how mindfulness can quiet your internal critic and change your relationship with yourself.
A LGBTQIA+ Support Group.
A safe, non-judgemental group for students (undergraduate and graduate) to explore and discuss LGBTQIA+ related issues. Discussions include gender, family, current events, identity, expression, and how to make connections with others on campus. This is an...
I have overloaded three out of four semesters at Arcadia—by choice.
Overloading is when you take more than 18 credits per semester; the usual course load is 16. We aren’t allowed to overload while doing FYSAE, so my first Spring semester was normal. First-semester freshmen are not allowed to...
Take part in our Eating Concerns Awareness event, part of the National Eating Disorders Week #ComeAsYouAre
Think you might have an eating issue-take a screen given by our Arcadia counseling staff.
Join the Active Minds group and make a heart to post. Join the Counseling staff and...
This is an AU Lead series workshop. Join the counseling staff and improve your skills in relationship strategies, saying "no", establishing priorities and dealing with interpersonal conflict. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by 2/21.
A space for students to offer mutual support to each other and encourage the exchange of genuine and honest feedback. Group members are able to increase self-awareness and develop more meaningful connections with people in their lives.
Learn new tools for self-acceptance and building inner strength and resilience. This group is for graduate students and a certificate of attendance will be granted for those attending 8 or more sessions. Space is limited to 12 students so email today for a spot email@example.com