This semester’s Alive Week has been affected by COVID-19. We know that students are working through the changes with remote learning and RRR week is busier and much different than usual. Instead of an entire week of events we will have one event and look forward to having entire Alive Week events in the future.
Friday, May 8 | 3:00-4:00 p.m. | Online
We are breaking out the online board games for you to join in, enjoy, relax, and challenge your fellow engineering students. Play a game and enjoy reconnecting with peers. Please RSVP by Wednesday, May 6 – You will receive a calendar invite on May 7 with the link to join us on Friday.
Scholars have access to health care via the University Health Services Tang Center, whether or not they have health insurance. Some services are already covered by summer session fees; others may require a co-payment.
- Primary Care: appointments for non-urgent concerns, e.g. colds, joint pain, sexual health concerns, skin disorders, etc. ($15 co-payment)
- Urgent Care: drop-in service for urgent medical problems, e.g. sudden, serious or unexpected illnesses or injuries ($30 co-payment)
- Specialty Services: pharmacy, laboratory, radiology, physical therapy, and on-site specialists (co-payment varies)
- Counseling: individual counseling around family and personal relationships, sexual orientation and identity, body image, etc. (five free sessions)
Service hours are Monday to Friday from 8am-5pm; after hours assistance is available.
Recreational Sports Facility (RSF)
All scholars have access to the RSF, which features a pool, weight rooms, basketball and other courts, cardio machines, rowing machines, martial arts, group exercise classes, and much more. Membership cost is included in the campus fee. Visit the RSF to sign up. Service hours are Sunday to Thursday from 6am to 1am; Friday from 6am to 11pm; and Saturday from 8am to 11pm.