Sir James Dunn Hall
Stay motivated this semester! Student Services and STUSU are pleased to host “Midweek Motivation,” a weekly on-campus event that will help you stay on top of your school work, destress, and stay active – all in a safe, COVID-friendly space!
Every Wednesday afternoon, Sir James Dunn Hall will be transformed into a COVID-friendly study centre on campus. There will be designated study spaces, Pomodoro sessions, self-care activities, one-on-one sessions with our Student Success Coach, and fitness activities.
No parking pass? No problem! Parking will be free on Wednesdays for the rest of the semester.
SCHEDULE: NOVEMBER 18
SOCIALLY DISTANCED STUDYING
12- 4 PM in JDH
Take advantage of our socially distanced study spaces in JDH. We are also opening up classrooms in the building to add more study spaces.
DROP-IN POMODORO SESSION
12- 4 PM in JDH G5
Bring your academic to-do list and let our Pomodoro timer guide you. Work on your tasks for 25 minutes and then take a 5-minute break. You will be amazed at how much you can get done!
ONE-ON-ONE SESSIONS WITH STUDENT SUCCESS COACH
1- 3 PM in Off-Campus Student Lounge
Our Student Success Coach will be in the Off-Campus Student Lounge from 1 to 3 PM for 15-minute one-on-one sessions with students about motivation, productivity, schedule building, reading, note taking, and studying.
2- 4 PM in lounge outside JDH 211
Get creative and destress as STU Mental Health guides you through a “Painting and Planting” garderning workshop.
3-4 PM at the JB O’Keefe Gym
We’re offering beginner jazz/funk dance classes in the O’Keefe gym! Come dance with us! Space is limited, so please register in advance.
5-6 PM at the JB O’Keefe Gym
It’s been a productive day! Let yourself unwind at a yoga class in the JB O’Keefe Fitness Centre. Space is limited, so please register in advance.
Campus Mask Policy: Masks are mandatory in all common areas on campus. In hybrid study spaces in JDH, such as the cafeteria or the off-campus student lounge, masks must be worn at all times (except when eating or drinking). Masks can be removed while sitting in classrooms and in the computer lab, providing physical distancing can be maintained.