Student Wellness

Wellness is an active process of becoming aware and learning to make choices that will help you reach your fullest potential.

When we focus on our own wellness we are happier, healthier, and more productive students, employees, friends, neighbors, and family members.

The Six Dimensions of Wellness Model created by Dr. Bill Hettler in 1976 highlights the interconnectedness of occupational, physical, social, spiritual, intellectual, and emotional wellness. It is likely that as a college student you will making decisions about all these dimensions, maybe for the first time. One could argue that at no other point in your life do you encounter so many crossroads as during the college years.

Making the right decisions can be hard, especially without good information. This website is designed to provide you with some wellness resources and help inform your choices throughout college. Specifically, you will find information on:

This website was created by the Counseling Center, Office of the Dean of Students, and Student Health Services.

For questions regarding treatment of physical or mental health issues, you are encouraged to contact the Counseling Center or Student Health Services Directly. Their contact information is below.

There are many other great resources on campus. Visit the Office of the Dean of Student's and Campus Ministry's websites to get connected.

Collaborating Offices

Counseling Center
127 O'Boyle Hall

Office of the Dean of Students
353 Edward J. Pryzbyla Center

Student Health Services

Eugene I. Kane Student Health and Fitness Center