Nothing’s Cool About COVID
Except for free stuff. Follow South Alabama on social media to find out when and where to get yours, and show off your new swag by posting with #southstrong.
South Strong is all about the positive vibes, so download our Spotify playlist to get in the groove.
6 Tips for Distance Learning
Distance learning can present challenges for students used to a traditional classroom setting. These tips can make it easier.
Free Online Tutoring
Stuck on a problem? Have writer’s block, or need direction on your paper? Free tutoring for South students is available at the Center for Academic Excellence. Services include live one-on-one tutoring, essay review and other online resources.
Zoom to Class
South is offering Zoom videoconferencing for students, faculty and staff. Get instructions, technical support and event tips on Zoom etiquette from South's Innovation in Learning Center.
One Stop/South CARES
South’s One Stop/South CARES team is working to support students displaced or impacted by COVID-19. Information regarding academic, financial and campus resources can be found at One Stop/South CARES.
Counseling and Coping
Free counseling is just a phone call away for South students. Telephone and video counseling sessions are available through the University Counseling and Testing Center. The center has also put together a resources page that includes everything from coping skills to mental health apps.
The USA Psychological Clinic offers resources and telepsychology consultations for adults and children.
Mindfulness During a Crisis
Practicing mindfulness is a way to reduce stress in a volatile and uncertain time. USA College of Medicine's Dr. Binata Mukherjee explains why in times of crisis, our bodies go into fight-or-flight mode.
Virtually Volunteer (And Feel Good About It)
Even though you may be practicing social distancing, you can still find meaningful opportunities for community engagement. Check out South’s Virtual Volunteerism initiative to learn more.