Wellness Center

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Welcome

The St. Olaf Wellness Center strives to educate and support the wellbeing of our community by providing a variety of accessible educational programs and opportunities for skill development related to the 9 areas of wellbeing.

2020-2021 Wellness Center Team

What do we do?

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Wellness Events

Wellness Events

Providing health education is the primary role of the Wellness Center. Each month, Peer Educators host 10-12 wellness health education programs. Details about these events are on Presence!

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One on One Support

One on One Support

Have questions relating to health and wellness, friendships, personal concerns, etc.? Peer Educators are trained to listen, provide information, and refer applicable resources. Stop by the Wellness Center to request a meeting online.

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Peer Substance Coaching

Peer Substance Coaching

Trained student coaches meet with peers meet to reflect on substance use (alcohol, cannabis, nicotine, other), learn harm reduction strategies, form goals, create plans, and provide support.

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Not-So-Small Talk

Not-So-Small Talk

A peer-lead small group that meets weekly to talk about life and get to know each other through fun bonding activities. If you are looking to connect, sign up!

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Paw Program

Paw Program

Join our weekly one-hour structured dog program where students can sit with, pet, and interact with dogs without leaving campus.

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Health Supplies

Health Supplies

Students can requests supplies online or stop by the Wellness Center (BC 112) during our office hours for free supplies: chapsticks, condoms (internal and external), menstrual supplies, sleep hygiene supplies, stress fidgets.

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Collaboration Request

Collaboration Request

Students, faculty, and staff from departments across campus can request a virtual educational presentation, educational content, etc.

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Resource Connectors

Resource Connectors

Our social media account, website, toilet talks, posters, and other educational materials serve the purpose of connecting students to resources in our community.