Caring for your mental health is as important as caring for your physical health

In uncertain times like these, it’s normal to feel anxiety, stress, loneliness, and other feelings of isolation. Stress effects can be invisible and damaging even if we are not consciously aware of them. We are all concerned for the health and well-being of our families, friends, and the world. Experts in psychology will help you handle these feelings and learn ways to cope and communicate in “Punch through Pandemics with Psychological Science”.

How to Enroll

Oregon State University (OSU) Students

To earn credit, enroll in PSY 499 Punch though Pandemics with Psychological Science through (tuition required). Once enrolled, you can access the site via Canvas. Two sections are available: Corvallis which will be taught remotely during Spring term (CRN 60678) and Ecampus (CRN 60677).

Everyone/Community Members

All local, national and international community members are welcome. There are two ways to be involved in the course.

  1. Use this link to enroll in the course. (Please do this before clicking "Canvas for Community" in the navigation above). See FAQ if you have trouble, for registration options without an email address, and for general information.
  2. Follow along with content and activities on this website starting March 30. Weekly content will be on the course content page. No certificate of completion is available for this option.