COVID-19 Resources for Graduate Students

COVID-19 Resources for Graduate Students

Below is a list of resources that might be useful during COVID-19. This is not an exhaustive list of resources, but a list of resources to the most immediate needs or to help you be successful remotely. 

Join other graduate students and Graduate School staff for twice-weekly, informal "Chit Chats"! You can access them at this link. See below for the schedule of dates and times

University of Louisville Resources


Louisville Resources



  • University of Louisville Health Promotion will be leading live 10-minute guided relaxation practice from their Instagram Account every weekday at 2pm.
  • The PhDBalance Instagram Account is a great community for supporting graduate students


Connect Virtually

  • UofL Graduate Student - Graduate School "Chit Chats" are informal opportunities to connect virtually. Join one of our twice-weekly chats here. 
  • April 2020 Dates: Monday, April 6, 2pm-3pm; Wednesday, April 8, 7am-8am; Tuesday, April 14, 9:30pm-10:30pm; Thursday, April 16, 12pm-1pm; Monday, April 20, 5pm-6pm; Thursday, April 23, 2pm-3pm; Monday, April 27, 7am-8am; Tuesday, April 28, 2pm-3pm

Professional Development


Virtual Classes

  • Lunch Doodles with Mo Willems! Join Kennedy Center Education Artist-in-Residence at Home for a live daily doodle lesson at 11:00am MST. Videos will be available after live on the Kennedy Center YouTube channel. 
  • Join the McHarper Manor weekdays on Facebook for a daily art project tutorial. Art projects will range from watercolor paintings to chalk art to canvas painting and will take place live at 11:00am MST. Videos will be available after the live class on the McHarper Manor Facebook page.  
  • For an introduction to mindfulness meditation that you can practice on your own, visit UCLA Health for downloadable guided meditations in both English and Spanish.

 Virtual Tours and Museums 


Tour National Parks to National Landmarks


Animal Webcams 


More Fun Things To Do 


More Family Activities


Many thanks to the University of Colorado Boulder Center for Student Involvement for serving as a model! 

If you have additional resources you think would be useful, please contact Dr. Michelle Rodems ().