University Health Service

Connecting during COVID-19

It’s no secret that socializing looks much different now than it did before mid-March of 2020. With COVID-19 precautions, many of us are experiencing isolation, whether physically, emotionally, or both.

Studies have shown that people between ages 16-24 report feeling lonely the most. You may feel lonely despite living with roommates or seeing others on Zoom.

Though the pandemic does present challenges when it comes to staying connected, it's still possible.

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COVID-19

Do you have questions about COVID-19? Visit this page for answers. 

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Compassionate Conversations

Communicating compassionately with friends and family is a key component of maintaining healthy relationships. Avoiding judgement of others and being an active listener are big steps in creating caring conversations. 

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Health Equity

Learn about health equity and how it drives our work.

Health Equity Grant


Safer Sex and COVID-19

Sex with others carries potential benefits and risks, including the risk of COVID-19 infection. Consider your options and learn about making choices that support both personal and community well-being.


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