Environmental wellness involves understanding the dynamic relationship between people and the environment. Every person has the ability to make a positive impact on the quality of our environment, be it our homes, our communities, or our planet.
Environments that impact our health and wellness include:
Social environment – A setting in which people interact with others and institutions, including social media, personal interactions, and social norms
Natural environment – All naturally occurring living and non-living elements including air, water, climate, and wildlife
Built environment – Human-made material surroundings involving human labor and energy that allow for human activity
At Student Wellness, we strive to create spaces where students feel safe, supported, and included. We see that an individual's surroundings impact their health and wellness.
In addition, we also recognize our own responsibility for the quality of the air, the water and the land that surrounds us. We believe taking care of the campus and community environments contributes to our well-being.
Enhance your environmental wellness by taking advantage of resources offered around campus and in the community.
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