Health and Wellness programs
What is wellness? Wellness is an exciting, fun, challenging way of life where you make choices that allow you to feel good about yourself and attain your fullest potential. It is a continuous process of evaluation and change that allows you to take charge of your life and promises harmony in all aspects of life: physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual. Health and Wellness Services and other units on campus offer many programs and opportunities to nourish the physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual well-being of the campus community.
Watch this lighthearted video, "Improve your day, Enjoy your life" to learn more about the immediate gratification of exercise. Climb a tree? Do some juggling? Its all exercise ... and, it improves so many aspects of our lives.
Some of the programs we offer are listed below:
Health and Wellness Services conducts two blood drives each year in cooperation with the American Red Cross. How do you sign up? What requirements are there for donating blood? What should I eat the day before donation? >>MORE
First aid and CPR classes are offered throughout the year through Health and Wellness Services. If you're interested in one of these classes please contact Health and Wellness Services at (920) 403-3266.
Influenza vaccine clinics
An influenza vaccine clinic is offered late each fall to current St. Norbert College students, active employees and their spouses. When is the next clinic? How can you reduce your chance of getting the flu? >>MORE
Step It Up is a walking program that starts in Fall for seven weeks and again in Spring for seven weeks. The program challenges members of the St. Norbert College community to team up, count their steps and improve their health through walking. >>MORE
Aerobics and fitness classes
All aerobics and wellness classes are free to the St. Norbert College community. Classes take place in the Health and Wellness room on the second floor of the Campus Center unless otherwise noted. The classes and the times they occur change on a regular basis. For a current list of classes visit the Campus Center's aerobics and wellness classes web page or call the Campus Center recreation desk at (920) 403-4038.
Additional programs are provided by the Women's Center, Campus Ministry and the office of Leadership, Service and Engagement. For more information on wellness programs, visit the Wellness Councils of America web page.