Want to know all the secrets, tricks and resources from WCU students for WCU students? September is Well-come to WCU month. Student Health Services is here to help! Transitioning into the school year is never easy so making the most of WCU’s services and programs is a great way to ease the transition.
The Office of Wellness Education can help you live well at WCU with fun, FREE programs this semester. We can help you start healthy habits with exercise and fitness, sexual health, stress, and sleep.
The Office of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drug Programs offers a wide variety of resources to help students take a look at drug or alcohol use. The staff can help you make a plan to stay safe, healthy, and out of trouble when it comes to drinking and provide support in quitting smoking.
WCU’s Nutritionist can help you get on the path to healthy eating. The nutritionist offers free healthy weight loss classes and individual consultations. Have a question? Go ahead and Ask the Nutritionist.
Things Piling Up?
Let Wellness Education be your guide to getting organized by taking on a game of GIANT JENGA! Come out for snacks, a take-home calendar, and to test your skills of
balancing the unexpected challenges of a new school year.
Wednesday, September 26, 8:00pm, University Hall
Thursday, September 27, 7:00pm, McCarthy Hall