The Center for Student Well-Being is housed within the Department of Recreation and Wellness and strives to provide education and develop students’ knowledge as it relates to their health and well-being. We believe that a student’s success on campus is directly correlated with their understanding of their personal wellness journey. Focus areas include, but are not limited to, alcohol and substance use prevention, sexual health, nutrition and body image, mental health, and violence prevention. The Center for Student Well-Being, in collaboration with the Gender Diversity Working Group, is committed to affirming the lives of and promoting social justice for Trans* and Non-Binary people. We have created a comprehensive toolkit to support gender diverse students, located here: our calendar here Center for Student Well-Being 

The Center for Student Well-Being Online is a Canvas-based resource where you can learn self-care.  Topics include nutrition, physical activity, rest, mental health, etc.  Direct links to register for events and follow us on Instagram.  Simply self-ENROLL and select any topic that interests you.


Social Wellness: The ability to successfully interact with people in our world, participating in and feeling connected to the UNCG community.

Physical Wellness: The functional and operational soundness of the body to include nutrition, exercise, and sleep.

Emotional Wellness: An increased self-awareness/self-care, expression and acceptance of a wide range of thoughts and feelings of self and others. 

Spiritual Wellness: A commitment to a set of values and principles that guide our actions.

Environmental Wellness: Inspires individuals to live a lifestyle that is respectful of our surroundings. This realm encourages individuals to live in harmony with the Earth by taking action to protect it. Environmental wellbeing promotes interaction with nature and one’s personal environment.

Intellectual Wellness: Engaging the individual in creative and stimulating mental activities to expand their knowledge and skills and help them discover the potential for sharing their gifts with others. 

Occupational Wellness: Engaging in work to gain personal satisfaction and enrichment, consistent with values, goals and lifestyle.

Financial Wellness: The capacity to manage one’s financial resources in such a way as to promote autonomy and security.