To support the holistic wellness of the graduate student community using a biopsychosocial spiritual model. We will support them in their time here and beyond. We will do this using culturally sensitive and inclusive practices grounded in an anti-racism framework.
We seek to be a model department for graduate student health and wellbeing. Students will seek our services whether their goal is to improve their health, stay fit, find support or feel better, we will be here to help and empower them.
1. Self-Care: Consistent with the APA, we view self-care practices for graduate students as an
2. Accessibility: We strive to ensure all health information is accessible across abilities, racial,
ethnic, gender, sexual, and religious orientations.
3. Evidence-Based: We strive to use evidence informed practice to guide our work with
students, faculty, and staff.
4. Advocacy: We advocate for programs and policies specific to diverse students’ health needs.
5. Autonomy & Responsibility: We empower students to be proactive agents in their health and wellbeing.