Intentional Living through the Six Dimensions of Wellness

Physical Wellness

The physical dimension recognizes the need for regular physical care. Consistent sleep, eating routine, and physical activity are important components to optimal wellness. Building physical wellness involves understanding your body and its warning signs.

SGA Campus Activities Board presents: a FREE bowling night with FREE food at HeyDey for the first 40 people that sign up here: https://forms.gle/JdC2eGWtJUmr7zeQ7. For any questions or disability accommodations, please contact HSC Student Affairs (students@ouhsc.edu).

Join African American Student Association for the 2nd annual Black Health Field Day on Saturday, October 1st from 11am- 3pm at the OUHSC Intramural Fields. We will have field games, food, and fun! Bring your friends and family, we will have a blast! 

Join us on Tuesday, October 4 from 1 -6 pm on the HSC IM Soccer Field for the first-annual All College Kickball Tournament, hosted by the Student Government Association and HSC Student Affairs. Come watch as students battle their college’s staff and faculty in a college-wide kickball game benefitting Sooners Helping Sooners. There will be free food and drinks for the first 100 students...

Emotional Wellness

The emotional dimension recognizes awareness and acceptance of one’s feelings. Emotional wellness includes the degree to which one feels positive and enthusiastic about one’s self and life. It includes the capacity to manage one’s feelings and related behaviors including the realistic assessment of one’s limitations, development of autonomy, and ability to cope effectively with stress.

NASA has a limited number of spots for FREE tickets to the First Americans Museum on Indigenous People's Day (10/10)! Meet the NASA Exec Team and attend some of the events FAM is having for Indigenous People's Day. There will be food trucks, stickball games, the Chickasaw Nation Dance Troupe, as well as other performances and exhibitions throughout the day. You can check out all of the...

Monday, October 17 @ 12:00 PM

Finding Motivation
Lacking motivation? Join us for a brief discussion on how to find perspective and keep working when you aren't feeling it.   A part of   Student Wellness programming. Lunch available in SU 205 on OKC campus. Supplies limited. Zoom is available for remote access! (meeting id: 967 0781 3122)
We see failure as bad and painful. We think of it as something that shouldn’t have happened. We think of it as something we’d rather hide from others. And when we fail, the world tells us to be optimistic and try again. But maybe, there’s a better way to look at all of this. Enter, The Super Mario Effect. Join us for a brief discussion on how failure...

Spiritual Wellness

The spiritual dimension acknowledges the importance of having a sense of meaning. Often meaning or a sense of purpose is found in one’s values which may be informed by their family systems, religions, philosophies, and more. Understanding one’s values and reflecting on whether one is living in accordance to their values is a ---- spiritual wellness.

Tuesday, September 27 @ 12:00 PM

Happiness Reconnect
Join us through a 30-minute guided meditation every Tuesdays and Fridays from 12:00pm-12:30pm.    Register on Zoom!   Presented by LiveWell OU. See more   Student Wellness programming on our website.

Join us every Wednesday at noon at the Basic Science Education Building for free lunch, fellowship, and to hear great speakers from faculty and staff at our HSC Campus. All students are welcome!

 

For more information, please contact us at the following:

Sandra Lee
SunWoo-Lee@ouhsc.edu

Instagram: @OUHSCBCM

Friday, September 30 @ 12:00 PM

Happiness Reconnect
Join us through a 30-minute guided meditation every Tuesdays and Fridays from 12:00pm-12:30pm.    Register on Zoom!   Presented by LiveWell OU. See more   Student Wellness programming on our website.

Intellectual Wellness

The intellectual dimension recognizes the need for growth and creativity. This may be accomplished in reading, learning new skills, or even unplugging a bit from the daily demands of life.

Come enjoy some coffee, tea, and treats on us! Grab a study buddy and enjoy the coffeehouse atmosphere. We will have goodies to promote mental health awareness as well!

Bi-annual event Fall: Saturday, October 29, 2022 Registration Date Opens: September 23, 2022 at 10AM (CST) Register here: https://oklahomaasda.org/sim-course Registration Closes: October 14, 2022 at 7PM (CST) This course has been designed for pre-dental students to gain insight and a hands-on approach to learning about what the clinical portion of dental school entails. More...
We all need a break from the academics and a little time for creativity. Swing by for a pumpkin & pizza.    A part of   Student Wellness programming. Lunch available in SU 205 on OKC campus. Supplies limited.

Occupational Wellness

The occupational dimension acknowledges efforts we make to create work/life harmony. Establishing and maintaining boundaries, learning how to have quality breaks, and honing communication skills are all examples of occupational wellness.

You got into professional school because of your hard work, perseverance, and dedication to your studies. But studying and performing on exams at a professional level may require a different set of skills than what you have used before. Let’s dive into the neuroscience behind what our brains need to sustain focus, absorb information, and increase memory and discover some study methods to...
BSESA humbly invites you to our October meeting featuring the Bird Library's Professor/Associate Director and Head of Reference and Instructional Services, Shari Clifton, M.L.I.S.! During this meeting, we will explore academic search techniques, including OVID search tools, search string language, and methods for reproducibility. Additionally, Shari will share with us the wide range...

Come enjoy some coffee, tea, and treats on us! Grab a study buddy and enjoy the coffeehouse atmosphere. We will have goodies to promote mental health awareness as well!

Social Wellness

The social dimension recognizes our need for human connection. Though we may desire varying amounts of connection, we desire or miss the lack of it nonetheless. Social wellness involves building healthy, supportive relationships with those around you.

Join us every Wednesday at noon at the Basic Science Education Building for free lunch, fellowship, and to hear great speakers from faculty and staff at our HSC Campus. All students are welcome!

 

For more information, please contact us at the following:

Sandra Lee
SunWoo-Lee@ouhsc.edu

Instagram: @OUHSCBCM

SGA Campus Activities Board presents: a FREE bowling night with FREE food at HeyDey for the first 40 people that sign up here: https://forms.gle/JdC2eGWtJUmr7zeQ7. For any questions or disability accommodations, please contact HSC Student Affairs (students@ouhsc.edu).

Join African American Student Association for the 2nd annual Black Health Field Day on Saturday, October 1st from 11am- 3pm at the OUHSC Intramural Fields. We will have field games, food, and fun! Bring your friends and family, we will have a blast!