Managing stress and taking care of yourself helps you to take care of the daily business that comes with being a student. Browse the list below to find the many campus offices to assist you with questions regarding registration, internship opportunities or how to get involved.
- What is stress?
- I'm struggling academically
- I’m not sure what classes to enroll in next semester
- I don’t know what to major in
- I'm looking for an internship
- I want to learn to relax
- I’m struggling with religious/spiritual issues
- I want to get in shape
- I need help with the relationships in my life
- I’m feeling tired and I need to get some sleep
- I want to get involved in campus life
- I'm concerned about my drinking
- I'm looking for an on-campus or off-campus part-time job
What is stress? (back to top)
I’m struggling academically. (back to top)
- Schedule an appointment with your professor and ask about extra help.
- Talk to classmates about creating a study group.
- View a list of Tutoring Services available at USD.
I’m not sure what classes to enroll in next semester. (back to top)
- Schedule to meet with the academic advisor in your declared major. If you have not declared a major, your academic advisor is your Preceptorial Instructor.
- Click here for Advising and Registration information for Freshman
- Click here for Advising and Registration for Transfer Students
I don’t know what to major in. (back to top)
- Schedule an appointment at Career Services. A career counselor can help you make academic and career decisions based on your interests, abilities and values.
I'm looking for an internship. (back to top)
- Some departments have internship coordinators.
- Ask classmates about internships they’ve completed.
- Visit Career Services and register for Torerolink for a listing of internships available during the summer and academic year
I want to learn to relax. (back to top)
I’m struggling with religious/spiritual issues. (back to top)
- University Ministry provides pastoral and spiritual counseling to students. Drop in or call for an appointment.
I want to get in shape. (back to top)
- Campus Recreation has everything you need to get fit and stay healthy. Check out their FIT and Active Drop-in Fitness Program.
I need help with the relationships in my life. (back to top)
- Here’s some great info about relationships issues from Student Wellness.
- The Counseling Center offers an Understanding Yourself and Other group or you can drop by the Counseling Center in Serra Hall, Room 300 to speak to a counselor during Walk-in hours:
11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Wednesday
I’m feeling tired and I need to get some sleep. (back to top)
- Visit the Sleep Resources site for lots of good advice and resources that will help you get a good night’s sleep.
I want to get involved in campus life. (back to top)
- Check out the Associated Students Organizations Directory at the Student Leadership & Involvement Center (SLIC) . There are dozens of organizations where students share their interests and ideas.
I'm concerned about my drinking. (back to top)
- The USD Center for Health & Wellness Promotion (CHWP) has many resources for students dealing with alcohol/drug issues, including groups and individual consultations
I'm looking for an on-campus or off-campus part-time job. (back to top)
- Here’s information about work-study, student employment, and off-campus part-time jobs