St. Norbert College has partnered with Prevea LeadWell, a local leader in wellness education and programming, to design a program specifically for our community. Beginning on Sept. 1, 2012, the college will offer a number of opportunities for you to manage your personal wellness including:
The St. Norbert College Wellness Vision Statement:
Prevea LeadWell instructor-led,12-week program (2 one-hour sessions per
week) conducted in the Campus Center Gymnasium, at times
intended to provide you with flexible choices. Offered in the Fall, Spring and Summer semesters. (a fee will be charged for this program.)
interesting and fun way to participate in team-based wellness
activities – learning and supporting each other as we explore and
reinforce healthy habits.
|Maintain, Don’t Gain
A program intended to provide insights and support on enjoying the holidays without the extra pounds.
|Lunch & Learns
Said Wednesdays” – Six lunch time programs presented by Prevea LeadWell
covering topics such as: eating, stress, balance, heart disease, and
|Health Risk Assessment
Health Risk Assessment (HRA) is a questionnaire assessing the participant's current lifestyle habits, family history, etc.
The St. Norbert College Health Center’s popular “Step it Up” program will now be offered both during the Fall and the Spring.
Quarterly, confidential on-site screenings for blood pressure and blood glucose (important early detection for diabetes).
A cash incentive to participate in these and other off-site wellness activities.
The journey to a healthy you can begin now. Learn how the PointsPlus program can help you lose weight and learn to keep it off.
In support of its mission to provide an educational environment that fosters intellectual, spiritual and personal development, St. Norbert College provides health and wellness resources to engage its employees in proactively reducing their personal health risks, promoting safe, healthy behaviors, and improving their quality of life.
The college believes that providing such resources reinforces the relationship between health, productivity, and the achievement of the college’s educational goals and can also have a positive impact on health care costs.