Husky Hour

Our staff is excited to reintroduce Husky Hour for the Fall 2023 and Spring 2024 semesters! Join our counselors, student staff, and other university faculty and staff in discussing topics relevant to student well-being, mental health, and student life. Come learn, ask questions, and offer your perspective as a student during each session. We can't wait to see you there! 

Husky Hour is a series of scheduled presentations and activities about mental health and well-being topics. Each session will supply you with different skills and information about improving your well-being.


Spring 2024 Semester Series Schedule 

  • Communicating with Confidence

The Center for Student Mental Health & Well-Being is partnering with Career Services to bring you a hands-on skills workshop to learn how to confidently interact with professionals. 

    • When: 12 p.m. on Wednesday, January 17
    • Where: Career Services (Administration Building 220)
  • Safety & Substances

Are you interested in learning more about alcohol and other substances and how they can affect yourself and others? The Center for Student Mental Health & Well-Being is partnering with Student Conduct to break down some of these relationships with you and look at healthy coping mechanisms, safe partying strategies, our institutional conduct process, and various resources to utilize for help. 

    • When: 3–4 p.m. on Thursday, February 1
    • Where: Wadsworth Hall G17/19
  • Healthy Living

Eating healthy food and getting enough sleep are two vital aspects of living a well-rounded, healthy life. Learn about these healthy habits with the Center for Student Mental Health and Well-being in partnership with Husky Eats and their Teaching Kitchen! 

    • When: 2-3 p.m. on Wednesday, March 20
    • Where: Wadsworth Dining Hall
  • Healthy Relationships

Looking to dive deeper into your relationships and learn how to understand/recognize signs of healthy vs. unhealthy relationships? Join Dawn Corwin from the Office of Equal Opportunity Compliance & Title IX, Paige Setter-Hallwachs from Copper Shores Community Health Foundation, and the Center for Student Mental Health & Well-Being while we dive deeper, look at various resources, and help students feel more comfortable and secure in their relationships with friends and loved ones. 

    • When: 34 p.m. on Thursday, April 4
    • Where: Wadsworth Hall G17/19

Are There Any Topics You Would Like Us To Cover?

Please email with your Husky Hour topic suggestions! We want to bring content and resources to campus that are both timely and helpful to students.