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Our Wellness programs provide each student with knowledge, opportunities, & healthy practices to create a fulfilling college experience.
Each Monday of the semester, students have the option to spend their College Hour engaged in one of our wellness-focused workshops. They include: Wellness 101, painting, vision boards, poetry, meditation, journaling, civility, and healthy relationships.
Programs are also available throughout the year on topics such as: stalking, alcohol & other drug addiction, sexual assault and violence, suicide prevention, health education, sexual health, earth day, and overall wellness.
We proudly partner with local community organizations to provide comprehensive and monthly health awareness events, screenings, and testing.
Each semester there are opportunities for students to take part in free outdoor yoga classes.
When the weather permits, the Office of Student Life promotes outdoor recreation. We are happy to provide outdoor games & activities to our students and student groups.
Each fall semester students have the opportunity to meet with over 20 different local organizations, sample healthy food, and participate in yoga, sound healing, or meditation workshops.
In the Office of Student Life, we value and know the importance of health and wellness during finals. We offer free massages for credit students, as well as stress relief activities and healthy snacks so that students can decompress before or after an exam.
The Office of Student Life is home to our campus’s Food Pantry. This pantry is available for the entire college community. If you would like more information about access to free or low-cost food both on or off campus, please contact Laura Burke at email@example.com or 443-412-2090.
Our Meditation room offers a quiet space for meditation and relaxation for individual students or small groups. The space is available in half hour increments on Mondays, Thursdays, & Fridays 9:00am-4:00pm
Meditation has been proven to reduce stress, anxiety and depression while increasing sense of wellbeing, calmness and centeredness
Appointments are suggested. You may visit the Office of Student Life to make an appointment or schedule online:
On Site Counseling offers confidential, free, short term counseling for enrolled credit students. Call 410-583-2222 to make an appointment. Drop-in’s also available. Student Center, Room 104.
Student Assistance Program (SAP) is free for students & provides in-the moment support to help students navigate the everyday challenges that can interfere with the ability to learn and thrive. Information on SAP can be accessed through OwlNet.
Online, confidential mental health screening is also available to students through OwlNet.
Interested in taking a Mental Health First Aid course? Contact Laura Burke at firstname.lastname@example.org or 443-412-2090. Opportunities for students to take this course for free are available throughout the year.
If you need additional assistance or need help navigating resources in your area, please contact Laura Burke, Student Wellness Specialist at email@example.com or 443-412-2090.
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