Parkside is at its best when students succeed. That's why our top priority is providing you with the right mix of online tools and in-person services. Whether you are taking classes on campus or from afar, Parkside makes it possible for you to have the best of campus at your fingertips.
A free app that puts important information, deadlines, advisor appointment scheduling, and more all in one place.
Free, online access to supported therapy programs, tailored to your specific needs with high improvement rates for depression, anxiety, and stress.
Free online tutoring in a variety of subjects. Many popular subjects are available 24 hours a day!
The impact of COVID-19 extends far beyond our ability to attend classes on campus. These resources can help with your financial concerns.
*Presented by University of Wisconsin Extension Financial Education professionals.
**Presented by University of Wisconsin Racine/Kenosha County FoodWIse team members. Similar resources for Milwaukee County also available.
MANAGING STRESS AND ANXIETY
For many people, the uncertainty surrounding coronavirus is the toughest thing to handle. Understandably, that can lead to extra stress during an already stressful time in the academic year. We have resources for you, and there are some techniques you can do to manage stress and anxiety.
TIPS FOR TAKING ONLINE COURSES
As a fellow Ranger recently said: "Online learning provides a wealth of flexibility but an equal amount of personal responsibility." That's why we gathered some quick tips and links to help you succeed. Best of all, we asked Parkside students to share, too.
The Library is home to many online resources and tools. In fact, you can conduct online research, chat with a librarian, browse digital collections of art and historical documents, and stream content for class or for entertainment.
Check out How to Library While Social Distancing