How Well are You?
Wellness is more than physical health. Wellness is about living up to your potential and living a full, well-rounded life. This includes paying attention to other dimensions of your well-being, such as your environment, your finances, your academics, and your social, mental and spiritual well-being.
Wellness matters because everything you do, think and feel relates to your overall well-being.
So 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 activities
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 more.
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 matter
that 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.