WCU’s Center for Contemplative Studies Helps Students Deal with Stress of Finals

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West Chester University’s Center for Contemplative Studies is helping students deal with the stress that always accompanies final exams.

West Chester University’s Center for Contemplative Studies is helping students deal with the stress that accompanies finals season, writes Michael Bradley for Main Line Today.

In early December, CCS staged eight hours of a variety of programs designed to help students who feel overwhelmed by their exams.

The center offered meditation, yoga, and tai chi, as well as some quiet spaces where students could relax.

“We wanted to teach them little things they can do to deal with stress in the moment,” said Donald McCown, WCU professor and co-director of the center.

Read more in the Main Line Today here.

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