Adjustments with regards to the coronavirus
As you have noticed there have been taken several measures due to the Corona virus. We realise that these measures are undoubtedly far-reaching. All students and employees of TU Delft will be required to make considerable and unexpected extra efforts. We realise this can feel quite restless. We are putting in all our effort to support you through our services, despite the current situation. Thank you in advance for you flexibility.
Our adjusted working methods will be explained below. If you need some support right now, please use our online tools:
Do you experience concentration problems due to the situation? Or are you feeling worried?
- Zoom Session: How do deal with Corona related stress and anxiety: Every Tuesday from 10-11 am, all students are invited to join the Online session hosted by the student psychologists. There will be information and advice on how to deal with stress, doubts, anxiety, feelings of loneliness, loss of daystructure, sleeping habits and other topics. It is an interactive session. You can register at: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Maybe our e-health tool regarding mental wellbeing can help you: www.tudelft.nl/wellbeingtool
- Do you find it difficult to study at home? Check out the Study Skills Toolkit: https://www.tudelft.nl/en/student/counselling/essential-study-skills/
- Or do you have some questions regarding your career? Take a look at our Career Toolkit: https://www.tudelft.nl/en/student/counselling/managing-your-career/
Due to the measures announced by the Executive Board against the Coronavirus, we are forced to adjust the following working methods:
All 1-on-1 appointments are viewed per request, which can be done via Skype and which must be moved to a date that takes place after the changed measures expire. You will receive a message about this from the person with whom you have scheduled a meeting.
For any new appointments, sessions will be remote via Skype. If you would like an appointment, please don’t forget to provide your Skype e-mail and name.
The walk-in consultation hours are now held via Skype or by phone. Do you want to use our consultation hours? Click here to check our availability. For Psychologists and Student counsellors and Career Centre please fill in a consent form before 11 AM and send it by e-mail using the header “walk-in hour”. Please include in the email your name, student number (PhDs employee number), date of birth, Skype email address, Skype name & telephone number and send your e-mail to:
Student counsellors: email@example.com
Career centre: firstname.lastname@example.org (please attach any relevant documents e.g. CV, motivation letter or vacancy advert.)
The BOOST walk-in hours have been cancelled. If you have any questions, you can use the telephone consultation hours of Career & Counselling Services and/or contact the academic counsellors of your faculty.
As usual, our teams are also available by email!
We are aware of the challenges this decision poses and hope for your understanding and flexibility.
Team Career & Counselling Services