Category Archives: Health and Wellness

Tips for supporting your Whitworthian in November

As we welcome November, here are some things that might surface in the next few weeks, as well as a few tips for helping your student navigate the upcoming weeks at Whitworth: With the “fall back” time change, days in … Continue reading

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Order a fall semester Exam Survival Kit by Nov. 16

You should have received an email with this message earlier today! If not, it may mean that we don’t have your email address on file. Update your email here today. (For folks we know are without an email, a physical letter is … Continue reading

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Did you know…

…you can receive emergency text messages from Whitworth? Emergency text-messaging and electronic mailing in an emergency are conducted through a system called RAVE. All students and employees are encouraged to provide (via WhitNet) up to three cell-telephone numbers with text … Continue reading

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Work out at the U-Rec next time you’re on campus

Did you know…? Parents and family members can purchase a U-Rec guest pass for $8 (cash or debit) if they want to work out with their Whitworth student when visiting campus. Family members must be accompanied by their child and bring … Continue reading

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April’s adjustments for first year students

Many first-year students experience the following during the month of April: Concern over declaring a major Feeling “burned out” Spring fever Concern about finding summer employment Tip: find time to Facetime or Skype with your student, just to say hi. … Continue reading

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