Student Wellness & Health Promotion is committed to the educational mission of the University which fosters a robust environment in which all people are welcome and feel welcome.
Student Wellness & Health Promotion cultivates a healthy and safe community that inspires students to succeed as leaders, role models, advocates and good citizens.
Student Wellness & Health Promotion engages all members of the University community in health promotion and prevention strategies that empower students to develop skills & competencies which support healthy choices and academic success as a foundation for life-long development.
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Looking for Us?
Student Wellness & Health Promotion is in the white house just before Morris Library if you are heading north on South College Ave/Rt. 896, and behind the brick wall; or just past the library on the left if you are heading south on South College. If you are coming from the green with Morris Library on your right, Robinson Hall straight ahead, and New Castle/Cannon Residence Halls diagonally on the left, our building is across the parking lot to the right behind the trees. Need a map?
If you have questions about our content topics, services or student groups, send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. This email address is for inquiries only. To schedule, cancel, or change an appointment with a staff member, or to cancel a program, call the office during business hours @ 831-3457. To request a program, please use our online Program Request Form.
Allies at Student Wellness & Health Promotion
Some of our professional staff are trained members of the University's Ally Network providing support to those who identify as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgendered or Questioning on our campus (as well as those who identify as Intersexed, Queer, Asexual or Allies). Allies support individuals who have questions or concerns about such issues as sexual identity, sexual harassment, community resources, and support systems. Allies can answer questions and make referrals to resources in our community.
All Recovery Yoga
160 Carpenter Sports Bldg.
We are excited to have FREE weekly All Recovery Yoga return for Spring! Classes resume on 2/11 and will be weekly on Thurs nights at 7pm. Unlike other yoga classes, this practice focuses on poses that are restorative, rather than those with the potential to be triggering. Taught by Transformation Yoga and sponsored by the Collegiate Recovery Community and Sexual Offense Support (S.O.S.)
Wellness Speaker Series: Alexa Rose Carlin
Alexa Rose Carlin is a writer, speaker, entrepreneur and activist. Her talk, "The Power of Positive Thinking" brings the audience on a captivating journey. Alexa shares how she almost lost her life during college and how a shift in her mindset changed it all. Sponsored by Pow! and TEDx UD. Call 831-3457 for information.
Wellness Speaker Series: Aydian Dowling
Aydian Dowling is a FTM transgender businessman, activist, and model from Long Island, NY who has gained world-wide recognition as a lead contender in the 2015 Men's Health Magazine search for the "Ultimate Men's Health Guy". Aydian will speak about his journey transitioning, the importance of acceptance, and his experience's relationship to wellness. Sponsored by Pow! and TEDx UD. Call 831-3457 for information.
Wellness Speaker Series: Quiet Riot Comedy Theater
Trabant Multi-Purpose Rms A&B
Composed of two brothers, Bill and David Mettler, Quiet Riot combines comedy, mime, storytelling, music and sound effects to discuss the importance of kindness in all aspects of life. The audience will explore how kindness towards themselves and others can impact leadership and role modeling, leading to a healthier life. Sponsored by Pow! and TEDx UD. Call 831-3457 for information.