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Adjusting Your Study Habits for Online Classes

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Staying Connected to Other People

Even if we cannot have in-person time with everyone in our community, connecting with family and friends can be more important than ever. And staying in touch with instructors, classmates, team members, and the IHP Community is still important. Consider:

  • Scheduling video calls with family and friends. Talking to loved ones can be really helpful when you feel stressed or nervous about something. Taking a break to laugh is also important.

  • Connect with classmates, for example, to talk through a tough assignment or study topic. If you want to talk through an assignment, there is a good chance that someone else in the class will want to as well!

  • Attend virtual office hours or study groups so that you can stay up on your coursework.

  • Follow IHP Student Life on social media (Facebook and Instagram) for information about events and resources, general announcements, and helpful tips