Although it is natural in the face of a setback to keep it private, the best way to deal with difficult experiences is to combine self-reflection with a connection to others. The Resilience Project offers a list of some campus resources that students may find to be valuable in this process.
If you would like to talk with us about rejection, failure, setbacks, or definitions of success, please contact Adina Glickman, director of The Resilience Project at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Academic Skills Coaching
- Academic Advising (UAR)
- Career Education
- Counseling, offered by The Bridge
- Counseling, offered by Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
- Disability Services, offered by the Office of Accessible Education (OAE)
- Spiritual and Religious Exploration, offered by the Office for Religious Life (ORL)
TELL US YOUR STORIES
Whether you decide to share it or not, describing your experience with setbacks can be helpful.
Connect with Your Community
You are not alone. To gain a sense of belonging, there are many ways to connect with your community within and beyond Stanford.
- Ethnic and Community Centers
- Interpersonal Development, offered by Residential Education (Res Ed)
- Wellness and Health Promotion Services
- Public Service, offered by the Haas Center for Public Service (Haas)