University of Southern Indiana

Intellectual Wellness

Intellectual well-being involves ongoing learning and the ability to open our minds to new ideas and experiences.  This can include attending formal events like classes and seminars, as well as reading, learning a new sport or language, or picking up a new hobby.  Sharing ideas with people from different backgrounds helps us advance in all aspects of life.

Intellectual Wellness Resources at USI Include:

  • Academic Skills provides academic support services and learning assistance programs to students. If you need help with academics, you might find assistance through tutoring, supplemental instruction, and the Writers' Room.
  • The Counseling Center offers counseling to students struggling academically due to stress, test anxiety, procrastination, time-management difficulties, and/or other concerns.
  • Housing and Residence Life offers various programs to promote the intellectual wellness of all students. Computer labs are available on each wing of each residence hall. Computer and print stations are also available in the Housing and Residence Life office and The Community Center. 
  • As a student, you may also find assistance from your Advisor and other campus faculty, or participate in any of the numerous speakers and events each semester!

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