Good sleep — consistent, restorative, and sufficient — is fundamental to college success. But it can also be elusive, especially when multiple deadlines loom. Through our healthy sleep approach, we hope to make pulling an “all-nighter” as culturally irrelevant as the landline. So whether it’s creating a sleep friendly room or finding the best spots to nap, let us help you sleep better and get to class rested and ready to succeed.
Make your Room Sleep Friendly
You can make intentional choices in your space to help you get better sleep. Make your room Sleep Friendly
Join the First-Year Sleep Well Initiative
Teaching a First-Year course and want to support your student’s sleep habits? Contact Lisa Broek to schedule a brief sleep visit to your classroom. We bring swag and knowledge. See our sleep resources below.
- Ideals of Sleep
- Better Sleep
- Value of Naps
- What happens when you don’t sleep
- What happens when you DO sleep
Find a Place to Nap
Naps are a wonderful way to add some zzzzs into your sleep bank. The ideal nap is 20-30 minutes long and no later than six hours before bed. Looking for places on campus to take a nap? Use the Nap Map for locations as well as the pros/cons of each napping space.
Get a Sleep Better Kit
Want to have some products that aid in better sleep? We will send them to you through campus mail. Place your order for sleep masks, decaffeinated tea, ear plugs, book lights, and Sleep Facts bookmarks.