Reduce stress. Improve patience, self-control, focus, kindness and health.
The Work-Life-Wellness Certificate Program was created two years ago by the Health Services Department. The program provides education and activities to any student wishing to improve and develop their life outside of the traditional academic area.
This year, the program is looking to add an eight-week mindfulness practice for students. Mindfulness encourages individuals to pay attention and be present in the moment without judgment. This training has demonstrated reductions in stress, improved patience, self-control, focus, kindness and overall health outcomes.
Please contribute to the Work-Life-Wellness Program. Our Giving Day goal of $2,000 will pay for the professional educator and accessories needed for the course.