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.
November 14 - January 27
November 14 - March 31
November 14 - February 03
6x6 Indoor Volleyball registration is open now!
To register a team, sign up at: Co-Ed Indoor Volleyball Tournament
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.
November 20 - December 14
Wednesday, December 07 @ 12:00 PM
SGA's Health and Wellness is hosting a succulent planting party! The first 50 students to show up will receive a planting kit and Panera Bread for lunch.
Come join us and de-stress before finals week on December 7, from 12-2 PM in Room 260 of the Student Union.
Friday, December 09 @ 1:00 PM
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.
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:
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.
Wednesday, February 15 @ 2:00 PM
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.
Monday, December 05 @ 12:00 PM
Tuesday, December 13 @ 1:00 PM
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.