How Well are You?
Click on the icon to see how well you’re doing in each area.
Academic wellness involves having
an open mind about new ideas,
finding ways to expand knowledge
and skills and seeking out new challenges.
It encourages active participation in
academic, cultural and community
Overall physical wellness involves
balancing your physical activity, the
foods you eat, getting adequate sleep,
and noticing your body’s warning signs.
Click for resources on improving your
fitness, getting affordable food on
campus, getting a better sleep and
How well do you understand your
feelings and express emotions in a constructive manner? Do you feel
confident with your coping skills
regarding stress and life’s challenges? Emotional wellness relates
to understanding your feelings and the challenges life can bring.
Living a purposeful life is personal
matterthat can involve pondering
the meaning of life for ourselves and practicing tolerance of others and their beliefs. It includes taking time for
yourself as well as helping others.
Living a well-balanced life increases your chance of succeeding in college. Check out our suggested resources to help you be well and excel.
Self-Assessments provided by:
Princeton UMatter Initiative. (2016). Princeton UMatter Wellness Self-Assessment. Retrieved from https://umatter.princeton.edu/sites/umatter/files/media/princeton-umatter-wellness-self-assessment.pdf