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Welcome to Student Wellness &
Health Promotion!

Student Wellness & Health Promotion provides services to support students' behavioral and emotional wellness, and helps students evaluate options for maintaining healthy lifestyles, through prevention, intervention, and education.

"Wellness," funny term. What's your definition?

Student Wellness & Health Promotion defines it by considering the many components of one's well-being, such as emotional, physical, intellectual, social and spiritual health.

Wanna assess how you fare across all these components? Or just wanna find out about something specific?

Here are some examples of questions or thoughts you may have that might fall under the general heading "Wellness":

Are any of these resonating with you? If so, please contact us. Or search below for more specific, helpful information. If you do not find your specific concern on this list, it just means this list is not all-inclusive and you will need to contact us personally with your question. We would welcome hearing from you, anytime.

COMING SOON!

Facts, Self-Help & How-To Information on the following topics:

If you are struggling with any of these issues, you can make an appointment to speak with someone at our office by calling 831-3457. Read on to learn more about these topics.

Upcoming Events!

Thurs, May 5th, 7:00pm
All Recovery Yoga
160 Carpenter Sports Bldg.
FREE weekly All Recovery Yoga is here for Spring, Thursday 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.)
Mon, May 16th, 6:30pm
Color Me Calm
Alumni Lounge, Perkins
De-stress with Pow! Have a study break with tea and cookies, light music & mandala coloring pages. Sponsored by Pow! Call 831-3457 for information.
Thurs, May 12th, 7:00pm
FINAL All Recovery Yoga
160 Carpenter Sports Bldg.
Join us for the last session of All Recovery Yoga of Spring. 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.)

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