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This site is a partnership between Student Health Services, Human Resources, and the Student Affairs Office.

A Strong Body...A Strong Mind

Welcome to Student Wellness Programs! Wellness is the condition of good physical and mental health, especially when maintained by proper diet, exercise, and habits. Wellness can mean many things to many people. We know it is an important part of work and life, yet because of it's many components and the diverse nature of our campus community, it is difficult to construct one definition of wellness that applies to all.

Using a wellness approach, this site is designed to cover six wellness dimensions: Physical, Intellectual, Spiritual, Occupational, Emotional, and Social. We want to offer students, faculty, staff and members of the Salisbury community information and resources to create and maintain a healthy approach to life. Click on any area of the wheel to learn more and get updates on events happening on campus and the surround areas.

Wellness Dimensions:

  • Occupational - Involved in preparing for work in which one will gain personal satisfaction and enrichment through work.
  • Emotional - taking care of yourself so that you are more prepared to deal with life's stresses.
  • Physical - Ability to apply your knowledge, motivation, commitment, behavior, self management, attitude, and skills toward achieving your personal fitness and health goals.
  • Social - The interdependence with others and nature to enhance the building of a just and caring community.
  • Intellectual - Active participation in scholastic cultural and community activities.
  • Spiritual - When we are in tuned with our spiritual selves we can find meaning in life events, comfort when things aren't going well, the beauty in life the ability to be ompassionate towards other and individual purpose.

    Learn more about what wellness means by clicking here!

    be updated frequently to meet your needs. If you have any thoughts on how to better this site, please let us know! We can be contacted at wellness@salisbury.edu   We encourage everyone to view the site regularly, as it will Follow the links on the side margin of the page to a healthier, happier lifestyle!

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