Wellness Programs at UNC

Student Wellness at UNC was established to enhance the health of the entire university community using industry-leading, standards-based research and tactics. We've introduced programs and Initiatives that address the issues which most commonly impact the physical and mental well-being of the student population, all proven to be effective in supporting a healthy life experience and helping improve academic performance.


Sexual Health and Relationship Education (SHARE) was established to increase awareness about sexual health on UNC Chapel Hill’s campus, guide students to existing health resources, and create safe and non-judgmental spaces for students to talk about a full continuum of health behaviors and choices.

Student Wellness empowers students to make healthy decisions about their substance use behaviors that affect them and the Carolina community as a whole. We focus on reducing the high risk behaviors and promoting safe, legal, and responsible actions.

The University of North Carolina attracts students with lofty goals, and in striving to reach those goals students must also contend with the unexpected opportunities and potential challenges life might present in today's society. Student Wellness provides a slate of strategies that can help you maintain your health and well-being, from reducing stress to getting more sleep to learning more about social interaction and relationships. There's a great deal of of solid science behind these tactics, so take a break and learn how to get better at taking a break.

Carolina After Dark is the outreach initiative for late-night programming. Carolina After Dark promotes and enhances late night, weekend events on Carolina's campus. Students looking for something to do on the weekends can look to Carolina After Dark as their one-stop-shop for all things social on the weekends.

Community Building Programs following programming efforts are just a few creative initiatives to address the needs of communities to effectively help them navigate successfully at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: 

Student Wellness recognizes to enhance the health of graduate and professional students, programs and Initiatives must address the issues which most commonly impact the wellbeing of this student population.