In terms of self-care, I would give myself a solid 5.
I think I have a good awareness of all the things I should start doing to start thriving, which I see as simultaneously beneficial and overwhelming.
There are lots of things that come to mind when I think of what I could be doing differently, including (but not limited to) building a healthier relationship with food, having a better sleep schedule, taking my medicine/supplements more regularly, spending more time outside and cleaning/organizing the space around me.
Self-care to me means taking conscious steps to make sure my mind and body are nourished, active, and energized.
I think for students to better thrive at school, they should take time to reflect on at least one thing they need and work hard to not compromise themselves on that thing. They should also be aware of their resources and never hesitate to ask for help from anyone (friends, professors, deans, other staff, healthcare providers) whenever they may need it. (Two things that are easier said than done, I know.)
For me, I know spending time with friends and getting more sleep will rejuvenate me, and there comes a time every term where taking a break and spending more time indulging in those things is more important than all of my other responsibilities. Making time for hobbies is also important to me! I have been getting back into knitting and playing guitar lately and seeing myself progress on both of those fronts is fulfilling.