“Whale”abrating the End of the Year!

As we are studying profusely for our finals this week, the University Wellness Program is reminiscing on the efforts and accomplishments of the Wellness Programs put on just for our Eagle Nation. These programs include: Worry-Free Wednesday, Stomp Out Stigma Week, Don’t Be That Guy/Girl (DBTG) Week, the Campus Farmers Market, Wellness Week, Sexual Assault & Safe Spring Break Awareness Week, and many more!

Fall 2015-Spring 2016 Highlights:

2016 Collage

We provided stress-less activities for students to relax in-between classes with Worry-Free Wednesday; brought awareness to mental illnesses with Stomp Out Stigma Week; educated on knowing the limit when drinking with DBTG Week; introduced students to wellness resources at Wellness Week, and advocated for sexual assault survivors with both Sexual Assault & Safe Spring Break Awareness Week and the annual Walk A Mile In Her Shoes.  These programs brought new ideas to the table to gear up for next year, and we could not have had a better year without you!

We have been grateful to have the opportunity to share our Wellness experience with Georgia Southern students, and we cannot wait until the next academic term to provide students with more wellness support.

If you would like to get more involved in our programs, please visit here to learn more about Wellness Ambassadors, a student organization that works to advocate wellness on campus.

Please comment below on your experience with Wellness Programs—we would love to hear them! For more information on our future programs, like us on Facebook, or follow us on Twitter and Instagram.

Good luck on finals, everyone, and don’t forget to Be Well to Do Well!


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