Wellness

2012 – 2014 Biennial Review of Alcohol & Other Drug Programs And Policies

Meet the Wellness Team!

Taylor Aho
3rd year, Exercise Science

Maddie Brooks
2nd year, Biological Sciences

Angela Becia
3rd year, Business Management and Marketing

Beth Chaney
3rd year, Biological Science/Pre-Veterinary Medicine

Abby Meisel
3rd year, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology

Megan Schluentz
3rd year, Biological Science/Pre-Medicine

Tessa Sprague
2nd year, Exercise Science

Anna Willhelm
2nd year, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology


What does Wellness do?
  • Bigfoot Snowshoe Event
  • Week of Wellness
  • Health Fair
  • Stress-Free Finals
  • Annual Blood Drive vs. Northern Michigan
  • Vaccine Clinics
  • Presentations/Events on the 7 Dimensions of Wellness

We give our presentations to a wide variety of groups, including

  • Academic Classes
  • Fraternities
  • Sororities
  • Residence Halls
  • Student Organizations
  • Off-Campus Groups

We offer presentations and workshops on a range of topics, including the following:

  • General health and wellness for college students
  • Nutrition and healthy eating habits
  • Physical activity and lifetime fitness
  • Alcohol education and risk reduction
  • Drug abuse prevention
  • Relationship violence and date rape education and prevention
  • Depression and Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) awareness
  • Eating disorders and disordered eating education and prevention
  • Sexual health education and promotion
  • Stress and time management tips and techniques
  • Study skills
  • Assertiveness training
  •  Special requests (must be submitted at least two weeks before the date of the presentation)

To request a presentation or workshop on any wellness-related topic, contact the Coordinator of Student Health and Wellness at wellness@mtu.edu

Interested in becoming a Wellness student?
We are always looking for more students to join our wellness forces. If you have an interest in promoting wellness to your peers and planning fun wellness-related events, this could be the place for you! Depending on your academic needs, it is possible to receive independent study credits or fulfill internship requirements by becoming a Wellness student. 

If you have questions about becoming a Wellness student, contact the Coordinator of Student Health and Wellness at wellness@mtu.edu.