Wellness Mentors

What does being a healthy Boilermaker mean to to you? Could you benefit from any of the following?

  • Coping with stress
  • Time management
  • Better sleep
  • Getting connected on campus
  • Discovering fitness/nutrition resources
  • Spiritual wellness

The CoRec Wellness Mentors can help you with these topics and more. The purpose of mentoring sessions is to:

  • recognize challenges and barriers
  • work with your mentor to create achievable goals
  • get guidance and resources to help you make healthy changes
  • provide accountability to help you track your progress

Wellness Mentoring works to meet your needs*. Schedule as many sessions as needed, but follow up sessions are encouraged. 

*Disclaimer: Wellness Mentoring services are not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment of physical or mental conditions. Wellness Mentors do not serve as professional health providers. Our services are only intended to supplement your general health and wellness goals. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. 

Schedule a Session

Click here to schedule a session!

Our walk-in hours are:
Walk in hours are based on availability. 

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY
12pm - 5pm 9am - 10:30am 12pm - 4pm 3pm - 5pm 12pm - 3pm

Ask a Question

Have a quick question and can’t make it into the Wellness Office?  Ask the Wellness Mentors your question.

Wellness Presentations & Podcasts

Request a presentation by a Wellness Mentor or a Wellness staff member over topics such as: Stress, Time Management, Sleep, and more. Tune in and listen to the Be Well Boilers podcast to keep up with wellness news on campus and wellness tips.

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Purdue Student Health Advocates (PSHA)

The mission of the Purdue Student Health Advocates (PSHA) is to work with Wellness to promote healthy lifestyles by advocating for, educating, and empowering Purdue students. This diverse group of students represent many majors from campus including:

  • Pharmacy
  • Dietetics
  • Movement and Sport Science
  • Chemistry
  • Biology
  • Animal Science
  • Nursing
  • Speech
  • Language
  • Hearing Science

Members of PSHA work as a group and also within content areas: Prescription Drugs, Sexual Health, Healthy Eating and Disordered Eating, Mental Health, and General Health Promotion.  If you are interesting in becoming a Purdue Student Health Advocate, please contact Tammy Loew.

We are located in the
CoRec Wellness Suite.
Blog: broilerup.wordpress.com

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