Remote Service Updates
While the university is engaging in a remote learning environment, Big Red Resilience and Well-being is here to support our students and the university community. For the latest updates and information, please check back often and follow us on Student Life social media @unlstudentlife.
Big Red Resilience & Well-being and Husker Pantry staff are available to offer support and connect you to resources during normal business hours. Please contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Well-being & Money Coaching
Monday night AA meetings held in Husker Hall are canceled until further notice. Please consult The Bridge Behavioral Health for virtual support resources at this time.
Our staff are happy to offer all of our usual outreach presentations digitally. In addition, our staff created a presentation that specifically focuses on Coping with COVID-19. Other relevant topics for the current environment may include Self Care 101, Relax & Unwind, Mindfulness, and Self Compassion. Request a presentation now.
On-Demand Well-being Resources
Check out our new well-being resources that are available when you are.
NEW! Wake Up to Well-being
Spend a few minutes learning about practicing gratitude, cultivating self-compassion, creating a vision for the future, and more. Topics are added weekly.
Students can request a short weekly survey to help them navigate personal well-being through the remote learning period.
Subscribe to the newsletter and view past issues to see what’s going on and get to know our student volunteers.
Well-being Assessment & Recommendations
Receive immediate feedback on the nine dimensions of well-being and get connected to resources.
ScreenU Alcoohol or ScreenU Marijuana or ScreenU Prescription Drugs
Complete a quick, confidential, web-based screening designed for college students. ScreenU provides feedback and strategies to reduce your risk for experiencing negative consequences.
Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper Training
Question, Persuade and Refer (QPR), a 60-minute online training, is available to all UNL faculty, staff and students. QPR is offered in place of REACH Suicide Prevention training, which will resume when we return to in-person operations.