Wellness is a balance of the pieces of your life to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Wellness is not only physical health, it is a dynamic process of change and growth. There are many interrelated dimensions of wellness. Each dimension is equally vital in the pursuit of optimum health.
Recreational Sports and Fitness provides wellness programs and resources for students, members and the AU community. Partnering with Human Resources, Student Health Center, Athletics, and other departments, we create opportunities to help individuals in the AU community improve their personal health and wellness.
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Looking for something different to do on a Friday night? Rec sports hosts late night events throughout the year on Thursdays and Fridays. These are great ways to try new activities and meet new friends on campus. Check out our first two big events "Late Night at the Rec" and "Zumba on the Quad" during welcome week.
Does your student organization want to co-sponsor a late night event? If so, contact Katie Lundberg at email@example.com.
The Counseling Center offers counseling, self-help resources, referrals to private care, workshops, and discussion groups to help students gain the skills and insights they need to overcome adversity and thrive in their life and learning.
The Student Health Center is available to all students enrolled in credit courses at AU. The Student Health Center provides medical appointments, immunizations, health education programs, and referral to specialists.
The Kay Spiritual Life Center serves as a place where the entire community can, regardless of faith, gather for worship, fellowship, meditation, prayer and the exchange of ideas. The center welcomes people of all faiths.
The AU campus has a wide assortment of healthy dining options. This includes the main dining facility, the Terrace Dining Room (TDR), the Marketplace (featuring Einstein's Bagels and Field of Greens), the Tavern (featuring American Pie and Salsa), and the Eagles Nest (featuring Subway).
Conflict Resolution Services focuses on assisting AU community members with resolving conflict on a wide variety of issues. They approach conflict as a neutral force that is a normal part of life. Rather than treating conflict as negative, they work with students, faculty, and staff to assist them in finding positive outcomes to conflict where possible.
The AU Farmers' Market takes place every Wednesday from 11:00am to 4:00pm on the Quad in front of the Ward building. The market features fresh produce from Agora Farms, hearth-baked breads from Upper Crust Bakery, and micro-roasted coffee beans from FreshOffTheRoast.