The 10 Minute Mind® is used at universities and colleges all over the world

Watch founder of The 10 Minute Mind®, Monique Rhodes, explain why the program is so powerful for universities and colleges.


Watch why University College London makes The 10 Minute Mind® available to all of their staff and students.

Here is some feedback from the surveys we regularly conduct

Thanks so much for offering this service. It has made a real difference in my life.
Fabulously curated and super accessible.
In the mornings, staff members gather in my office and we meditate together.
I recently started doing it with a co-worker in the morning, before we start our work day, and that has been lovely.
I recommend it to everyone.
I absolutely loooooveeee it! I’ve never meditated before I actually hated it until I heard about this one and now I do it everyday.
I wish I could encourage all my friends and colleagues to use it. I listen on the subway on my commute through Brooklyn. It sets me up for a calmer, more stress free day. I am a person who has anxiety. It simply makes it easier for me to cope with a challenging job.
I am an older student, returning to school to work on my new love. Being considerably older I feel a lot of pressure, probably self inflicted, to perform better. This experience has been a blessing in easing some of that pressure and allowing me to help others as well.
Thank you for providing such a service!

The 10 Minute Mind is made available to all students and staff at University College London, Queens College, City University, Kingsborough Community College, Bronx Community College, The City College Of New York, York College, Lehman College, CUNY School Of Law, Baruch College, New York City College Of Technology, John Jay College Of Criminal Justice, London School of Economics, Hunter College, Borough Of Manhattan Community College, LaGuardia Community College, Guttman Community College, CUNY School Of Labor And Urban Studies, Medgar Evers College, CUNY Graduate School Of Public Health And Health Policy, Hostos Community College, CUNY School Of Professional Studies, Queensborough Community College, Brooklyn College, College of Staten Island, Craig Newmark Graduate School Of Journalism At CUNY, CUNY Graduate Center and Macaulay Honors College.