Graduate Student Well-being

On the left, a circle of six graduate students seated in green grass; on the right, a female student explains a poster at CVM

Students in our Biomedical and Biological Sciences, Master of Professional Studies and Master of Public Health Programs are a key part of life at CVM.

The Biomedical and Biological Sciences Program has created a custom, comprehensive webpage with well-being resources for their students. Cornell Health has also created a page of resources specifically for graduate and professional students here. We know you have unique stressors and encourage you to explore the additional resources available below.

Please also see our list of recordings and upcoming events, and let the CVM Well-being Committee know if you have suggestions or questions at

Learn more about the seven dimensions of well-being via Cornell's Human Resources.

Additional resources for graduate students to explore on the seven dimensions of well-being

Mental well-being

Cornell and CVM Resources

Counseling, life coaching and support

Meditation and relaxation


External Resources

Relationship well-being

Physical well-being

Cultural well-being

Environmental well-being

Cornell and CVM Resources

External Resources

Occupational well-being

Financial well-being

Student loan debt can be an overwhelming stressor. Taking time to keep up with your financial responsibilities will help you to avoid the anxiety and fear that comes with the unknown. Focusing on your financial well-being now is an investment toward achieving your future goals.

Cornell and CVM Resources

External Resources