The Wellness Resource Center works to create an environment which nurtures the development of the whole person and empowers individuals to make healthy lifestyle choices. By utilizing a holistic model of wellness which focuses on the connections and intersections between different domains of wellness (Intellectual, Socio-cultural, Emotional, Physical, Spiritual, Environmental, and Career/Financial), we are able to highlight the pervasive role of wellness themes and dimensions in our lives. The Wellness Resource Center serves as the hub for prevention and health promotion work on campus, and plays a key role in assessing and identifying health trends and priorities, developing strategies to reduce harm and capitalize on individual protective factors and campus strengths, and provides leadership, coordination and integration of campus health and wellness initiatives.
Online Wellness Resources
Student Health 101 is an on-line health and wellness magazine available to all Colorado College Students.
ULifeline offers students a mental health screening tool, information about mental health issues geared towards you, and resources for learning more and getting help.