A state in which the mind is engaged in lively interaction with the world.
Intellectual wellness involves unbridled curiosity and ongoing learning. This dimension of wellness implies application of learning, creation of opportunities to learn, and engagement with the world around you.
The ability to understand ones own feelings, accept limitations, achieve emotional stability, and become comfortable with emotions.
Emotional wellness implies the ability to express emotions appropriately, adjust to change, cope with stress in a healthy way, and enjoy life despite its occasional disappointments and frustrations. It also means developing the ability to address problems or conflicts in an appropriate and constructive manner.
- Counseling Services (Students)
- Sexual Violence (Students)
- Counseling Center Resources for Faculty and Staff
- Counseling Center (Students)
- Student Health Services (Students)
- Office of Student Conduct
- Crime Report
- Personal Safety
- Veterans Resource Center
Academic Courses and Colleges
- Counseling & Student Personnel (Masters)
- Counselor Education and Supervision (Doctorate)
- Health Science
- Industrial / Organizational Psychology (Masters)
- Clinical Psychology (Major)
- Psychology (Minor)
- School Psychology (Doctorate)
- Women Studies