Living Well provides communities for students committed to living a well-balanced and engaged lifestyle and want to share these values with other like-minded individuals. In these communities, all students choose to live free of alcohol, tobacco, and other mind-altering substances both on and off campus.
Students discuss and participate in activities to pursue a balanced life in mind, body, and soul. Living Well encourages students to maintain active lifestyles by engaging in healthy eating and exercise, managing stress and time, and exploring spirituality and reflection.
Campus resources made readily available to the Living Well community include staff from Health Education, Yates Field House, Residential Living, Outdoor Education, and Campus Ministry.
There are two Living Well Communities; one is exclusively for first year students, the second is for sophomores, juniors and seniors.
Living Well provides communities for students committed to living a well-balanced and engaged lifestyle and want to share these values with other like-minded individuals.
- beginning of year kick off
- monthly wellness theme (financial, emotional, mental, spiritual)
Any information deemed important by sponsoring faculty member/department
- New Students will apply through Hoya Housing
- Advisor (upperclass): Professor Joan Riley
- Community Director (upperclass): Shereen Hassanein
- Community Director (first years): Kenny Steelman
Open to: All Class Years.
Located in: Kennedy Hall.