Campus Resource Fair – January 22

By , January 22, 2020 8:29 am

Spring Week of Welcome 2020

By , January 6, 2020 3:44 pm

Welcome home new Roos, and welcome back returning Roos!

Kick off your new year and new semester with Spring Week of Welcome 2020! Connect with new and returning Roos through food, festivities, and fun. All UMKC students are encouraged to attend Spring Week of Welcome events.

More information and schedule of events available at www.umkc.edu/weekofwelcome. Contact the Office of Student Involvement at getinvolved@umkc.edu with any questions.

Signature Spring Week of Welcome Events include:

UMKC Campus Resource Fair

Wednesday, January 22

Time: 11:00am-1:00pm, Location: 2nd Floor, Student Union

Details: It’s never too soon – or too late – to take full advantage of the free support services and resources UMKC offers! Drop by the Campus Resource Fair, chat with campus representatives, and get the information, connections, and answers you need to succeed!

Spring Semester Student Organization Fest

Wednesday, January 29

Time: 3:30pm-5:00pm, Location: 3rd Floor, Student Union

Details: Meet student organizations from across the UMKC community to help you get involved and get connected.

FS Stress Less Fest – Volker Campus

By , December 3, 2019 10:18 am

For more information, please visit: https://info.umkc.edu/get-involved/events-and-entertainment/stress-less-fest-fall-2019/

FS19 Stress Less Fest – Health Sciences Campus

By , December 3, 2019 10:17 am

For more information, visit: https://info.umkc.edu/get-involved/events-and-entertainment/stress-less-fest-fall-2019/

Fall 2019 Honor Recipients

By , November 18, 2019 10:50 am

Graduating students who have excelled in both academic achievement and service may be nominated as a Dean of Students Honor Recipient.  This program recognizes the exceptional students who maintain high scholastic performance while actively participating in University and community leadership and service activities outside of the classroom.

Congratulations to the Fall 2019 Honor Recipients!

  • Shahodat Azimova, School of Biological and Chemical Sciences, nominated by Tammy Welchert
  • Shelby Chesbro, School of Medicine, nominated by Jignesh Shah and Betsy Hendrick
  • Jordann Dhuse, School of Medicine, nominated by Stefanie Ellison
  • Lindsey Gard, School of Biological and Chemical Sciences, nominated by Mary Osbourne and Tammy Welchert
  • Fiona Isiavwe, Bloch School of Management, nominated by Jessica Elam and Krystal Schwenker
  • Leah Israel, School of Biological and Chemical Sciences, nominated by Tammy Welchert
  • Anna Lillig, School of Nursing and Health Studies, nominated by Ursula Gurney
  • Zach Randall, School of Medicine, nominated by Stefanie Ellison
  • Marcella Riley, School of Medicine, nominated by Nurry Pirani
  • Landon Rohowetz, School of Medicine, nominated by Peter Koulen and Betsy Hendrick

Take care of yourself with the Sanvello App

By , November 12, 2019 11:03 am

We are happy to announce that full access to the Sanvello application is available to all UMKC students, faculty, and staff members at no cost. Sanvello is the #1 app for on-demand help for stress, anxiety, and depression.

Sanvello is a mobile- and web-based application offering clinically validated techniques and support to relieve mental health symptoms and promote healthy habits and behaviors.  As mental health and well-being become increasingly salient topics in higher education, this tool provides a new, innovative, and accessible way to support our community.  

The Sanvello app provides a range of features, including:

  1. daily mood tracking – the first step in the Sanvello journey is a simple daily question that allows you to capture your current mood and assess progress.
  2. guided journeys – designed by clinical experts, Sanvello guided journeys are engaging experiences that put the power of cognitive behavioral therapy to work for you. Each journey is progressive, helping you feel better and more in control over time.
  3. coping tools – Sanvello offers quick access to coping solutions for symptom management right when you need them: a moment to relax, meditate, practice mindfulness, or manage stressful situations.
  4. progress assessments – without labels or judgment, Sanvello assessments are professional evaluations to help you understand your progress.
  5. community support – you are not alone. One of the most powerful features of Sanvello is our peer student community, where you can find support and inspiration together.

For free full access, simply download the app from the App Store, Google Play, or the Sanvello webpage and register with your UMKC email address.

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