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Fall 2020 College & Career

Taking Care of Yourself and Your Wellbeing

Taking Care of Yourself and Your Wellbeing

The first priority every day, and especially during this time of “stay at home” and closures, is taking care of yourself. It may be challenging not to have your familiar routine, the ability to go places or hang out with friends, or do many of your favorite activities. Changes in everyday life to limit the spread of disease may be hard, but we're in it together to take care of the overall health and wellbeing of everyone in our community. Things that you have planned may have changed or you are missing some experiences.  It is okay to feel sad, angry, or frustrated about these changes. We are all experiencing these losses and it is hard to make such changes, happening in every part of our lives, not just one at a time.  We should acknowledge and understand that and express our real feelings about it. We also can adapt to meet this moment! For more information about taking care of yourself, visit the Social-Emotional Supports for resources, tips and how to get help if you need it.   
College & Career Resources during COVID-19 Closures

College & Career Resources during COVID-19 Closures

The consistent message from all colleges and organizations has been that there will be increased flexibility and understanding and that students will not be penalized by the impacts of COVID-19 or school closures. Remember, from K-12 to colleges, everyone in education is adjusting to this new situation. Some processes may change slightly. Most aspects are staying the same, such as the CSU, UC and Common Applications and timelines, or have only minor changes to be more flexible or to add questions related to how COVID-19 may have impacted an applicant or to allow a candidate to provide more context or information explaining any such impacts.
 
Examples and Select Resources:
For more information, please visit the SDUHSD high school counseling websites as well as the following additional resources: