Universities Helping Students De-Stress for Finals
Boston-area universities are offering cool ways for students to unwind for exams.
Final exams can be the most stressful time in a student’s life. Boston-area schools are clearly aware of this, because they offer some of the coolest ways to help students stay mentally balanced and prepared for final exams. Using innovative techniques, and a few puppies, it’s obvious these schools want their students to succeed. What is your school doing?
Boston College offered free tea and coffee, massages, and puppy therapy:
Tufts University offered free yoga:
Take a break from studying with a free yoga class! bit.ly/SQVwYA
— Tufts University (@TuftsUniversity) December 12, 2012
Harvard also offers puppy therapy, and their dog has his own blog!
Happiness is a warm puppy. Meet Cooper, a certified therapy dog who can be checked out from Harvard’s Countway Library. bit.ly/Us4vg5
— Harvard Library (@HarvardLibrary) December 10, 2012
Northeastern University is offering free midnight breakfast, tonight!
— NU Student Life (@NUStudentLife) December 12, 2012
What is your school doing to help with the pressure of finals?
Source URL: http://www.bostonmagazine.com/health/blog/2012/12/12/college-finals-stress/