Kathleen Koviak

Kathleen Koviak

Kathleen Koviak is a Health Promotion Specialist for USF’s Center for Student Well-Being. She collaborates with other departments and works with the REACH peer education program to provide programs across campus that encourage healthy behaviors and increase awareness of wellness resources, helping students to feel their best and succeed in all areas of life.

More from Kathleen Koviak

5 Tips to De-Stress for New College Students

No doubt you’ve heard that being a college student is stressful. It’s easy for students to put a lot of pressure on themselves and feel overwhelmed by the transition and new demands. While there’s no way to completely avoid stress, there are strategies you can use to better manage it and become more resilient as a result. Here are our top 5 tips to help college students de-stress.

Top 5 Tips to Improve Sleep for College-Bound Students

Between last minute assignments, social engagements with friends, and perhaps working a part-time job, sleep can easily fall to the bottom of a student’s priority list. Even when things start piling up during your semester, it’s important to remember that small changes to your sleep routine can make a big difference – both in how you feel and your GPA. Here are our top 5 tips to improve sleep for college-bound students.


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