Wellness Programs provides a variety of options and services to help you achieve your health and wellness goals.
Looking for someone to teach at your on-campus location? Our Wellness on Demand program will provide your group with a free educational program of your choice. Our Wellness Workshops focus on health education and a holistic approach to personal well-being. We also offer Bulletin Board Kits as a resource for RAs that are available to instantly download!
Our Registered Dietitian is here to help you achieve your food and nutrition goals and provides free nutrition counseling to students. Students looking for more general nutrition recommendations can have a diet analysis completed with our Graduate Assistant. We also offer our Ask the Dietitian Q&A as a way to get basic nutrition information or just ask a quick question.
The Demonstration Kitchen strives to make cooking accessible to everyone, by demonstrating delicious recipes and menus that are quick, easy and affordable. We offer a variety of scheduled cooking demonstrations throughout the school year, in addition to private demos and kitchen rentals.
Alcohol education programs are available for your organization or classroom. The Purdue Alcohol and Other Drug Policy Guide has information about alcohol and other drugs, health effects, laws and policies, and resources available for students.
We offer many educational program opportunities on Sexual Health. In addition, our Right Fit Condom Program offers several types of name-brand condoms and other sexual health materials at minimal to no cost.
Massage therapy involves manipulating muscle and connective tissue to enhance performance, facilitate the body’s natural healing process, and promote relaxation. To make an appointment with our licensed massage therapists, call 765.496.1788. Learn more about massage services and rates.
Light therapy is offered at no cost to all individuals, typically performed to treat Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).