Virtual Student Activities


Social Distancing doesn’t need to be lonely or stressful! Below is an evolving list of activities, and ideas for how to connect with friends, groups, and community resources during the COVID-19 pandemic.  

Virtual Conferencing and Meeting Tools

  • Microsoft Teams – This platform offers collaborative tools, chat, and video conferencing
  • Zoom – Connect with classmates, instructors, and friends via video conferencing, online meetings, chat, and mobile collaboration.

Ways to Use Video Conferencing

  • Host a Virtual Lunch, Dinner, Happy Hour or Coffee Date 
  • Play a Board/Card Game together (We recommend Apples to Apples or Cards Against Humanity) 
  • Trivia or Pictionary
  • Workout with a friend   
  • Study Groups

 Arts, Entertainment, & Fun Things To Do

 Virtual Field Trips

Click the below links and travel around the world, find cute animal webcams, and visit our world’s museums. For a larger list, click here

 Stay Active

Social Distancing can happen outside! Take a walk, run, or ride your bike, just keep a distance of 6 feet from all people that you encounter. You can stay active inside too:

 Cute Animals

Because uncertain times call for fuzzy animal pictures, videos, and webcams!

 Learn Something New

 Connect With Friends

Watch a movie on Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, etc with each other virtually! Synchronize your start times and watch together over facetime or skype.

Missing Sports?

 Staying Healthy and Well

For more information on SFCC’s response to COVID-19, please visit:  Covid 19

Parts of this page are adapted from a resource from the University of New Mexico