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Are you looking to learn more about different ways to integrate holistic health into your daily life? That’s what Wellbeing Wednesdays are all about. We’ll be bringing you resources, tools, and connection points over the year to help you grow in your overall wellbeing.  Here’s how you can learn more: Connect with us on our Instagram & Tik Tok accounts as we share tips throughout the year to help you thrive in your personal and academic lives (look for our posts once a month on a Wednesday – of course!).  In addition, we’ll be tabling at various locations across campus – check out our schedule below. Stop by and see us for engaging activities and some giveaways!


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September: Connection

Location: Library Mall

Date & Time: Wednesday, September 14, 2022 @ 3pm

It’s important to stay connected to others as we start the fall semester. Use our Connection Bingo Card as a way to refresh some connections or try something new!

October: Time Management

Location: East Campus Mall

Date & Time: Wednesday, October 5, 2022 @ 12pm

College can be very stressful in terms of time. Learn how to manage your time effectively with a handy weekly planner. Prioritizing your wellbeing within your schedule is pivotal to prolonged success.

November: Gratitude

Location: Gordon Dining Center

Date & Time: Wednesday, November 2, 2022 @ 12pm

Practicing gratitude has proven health benefits, like increasing happiness and decreasing stress and depression. Join us as we walk you through some ways to practice gratitude in your life.

December: Stress Relief

Location: Memorial Union

Date & Time: Wednesday, December 7, 2022 @ 12pm

This time of year can be very stressful, take some time to de-stress with us at a mini essential oil workshop. We will also have some stress-relieving giveaway items to help you get through the semester.

January: Growth Zone

The new year is all about trying something new and hitting your Growth Zone. To help you achieve this, we’ve got free classes to get you started, including group fitness classes, ice skating clinics, meditation sessions, and self-defense classes.

February: Mindfulness

Location: Union South

Date & Time: Wednesday, February 15, 2023 @ 12:30pm

Did you know regular mindfulness reduces stress, encourages better sleep, and improves memory, focus, and productivity? We’ll show you where to start with free guided mediation classes on most Tuesdays at The Nick from 12 – 12:30pm. Explore the schedule here.

March: Movement

Location: Gordon Dining & Event Center

Date & Time: March 22, 12 – 1pm

Did you know that we offer free Athletic Training? In addition, Athletic Training isn’t just for athletes, it’s for everyone. AT’s are movement specialists who care for all individuals in a variety of settings – we are movement specialists. Stop by the table and meet some of the AT’s, grab some giveways, and maybe even book an appointment. Learn more here.

April: Nutrition

Location: Gordon Dining & Event Center

Date & Time: April 19, 12 – 1pm

Are you looking for more ways to make nutrition a priority in your day? Visit our table and meet, Veronica, our new Assistant Director of Nutrition Education. With Bakke opening on April 24, we will now have a teaching kitchen! In this new space, we’ll be offering 1-on-1 nutrition counseling, cooking classes, nutrition education workshops, and more. Grab some goodies, and take away some tips on creating a balanced plate and maybe a recipe or two! This tabling is in collaboration with the Office of Sustainability.

May: Sleep

Location: Four Lakes Market

Date & Time: May 3, 12 – 1pm

Sleep matters. College students rank sleep problems as the #2 cause of difficulties with academics (stress is #1). Join us at Four Lakes to get more information on how to improve your sleep habits while getting multiple giveaways!


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University Health Services

University Health Services
Main line: 608-265-5600

  • Option 1 for medical services, behavioral health, occupational medicine
  • Option 2 for mental health services
  • Option 3 for confidential victim advocacy services concerning sexual assault, dating violence, and sexual harassment
  • Option 4 for Student Health Insurance Plan
  • Option 7 for UHS hours and directions
  • Option 9 for 24-hour mental health crisis line

UHS offers: care for illnesses and injuries: women’s health care; immunizations, allergies, and specialty care; primary and preventive care; individual psychological and psychiatric care; group and couple/partner counseling; eating disorder assessment and care; survivor services; trans health care; and wellness services

Dean of Students Office

Dean of Students Office 
Phone: 608-263-5700

The Dean of Students Office offers: same day drop-in appointments; outlets to report students of concern, incidents of bias or hate, or other incidents; outlets to report an academic complaint; support for DACA recipients; outlets for getting help for other students; information on food, housing, and financial support

Office of Financial Aid

Office of Financial Aid
Phone: 608-263-3060

The Office of Financial Aid offers: advising appointments; basic needs support (help gaining access to food, housing, and insurance); emergency support; success services; workshops/events; outreach

International Student Services

International Student Services 
Phone: 608-262-2044

International Student Services offers: advising appointments (drop-in and scheduled); COVID-19 and travel updates and guidelines; emergency support; Optional Practical Training; program extension

Wellbeing Wednesdays is presented by Madison Fresh Market.