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Wellbeing Programs

Campus Wellbeing offers education and programming for student, staff and faculty to engage in the various elements of wellbeing for their personal and professional development. As we continue to grow our program offerings, we encourage individuals to check out our student, staff & faculty resource page. There are many programs available to students, staff and faculty through our campus partners.

We see our campus partners and the programs they offer as essential resources for the campus community. We continually meet to discuss best practices, ways to collaborate and ways to be creative in building new programs.  Can't find what you are looking for?  Contact us @ wellbeing@calpoly.edu.

CashCourse

CashCourse is a free online financial education resource designed specifically for colleges and universities. Through CashCourse, students, staff and faculty may learn about financial tips and complete the online workshops on different financial topics. 

Registration for CashCourse: Visit www.cashcourse.org and register under the “Students” section. When registering, select Cal Poly - San Luis Obispo as your school and use your Cal Poly Email. After registering, you can go to the "Assignments" tab and select a faculty member/staff who will assign courses.  

CalFresh

In collaboration with Food, Science and Nutrition program, Campus Wellbeing is proud to offer this great resource for students in need. If you are interested in applying for CalFresh benefits or if you would like to hear more information about the project, please come by Campus Health & Wellbeing (Building 27-173B) on Mondays from 10:00am-4:00pm. For any additional questions, feel free to contact calfreshhelp805@gmail.com by email or (805) 399-0236 by phone.

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Wellness Promotion Specialist

In collaboration with the County of San Luis Obispo Behavioral Health Department, Campus Wellbeing is pleased to host a part time College Prevention & Wellness Promotion Specialist. The Wellness Promotion Specialist is available for drop in appointments to provide students, staff and faculty with information and education about wellness resources in the community.

Lauren Rocha | Lrocha@co.slo.ca.us | 805-503-2101

Tuesday & Thursday | 9:00am - 11:00am Health Center Building 27 - 173B

Tuesday & Thursday | 1:00pm -  3:00pm Cross Cultural Centers - University Union

 

The Campus Wellbeing Collaborative

The Wellbeing Collaborative is made up of campus and community partners who contribute to research, initiatives and efforts that benefit Campus Wellbeing.  All students, staff, faculty and community partners are welcome to join the Wellbeing Collaborative.

Meetings occur on a quarterly basis and provide an opportunity for participants to network, collaborate, learn about campus & community efforts and discuss future needs.  We welcome open discussion and support a safe inclusive environment.

Next Meeting:

Thursday, April 20, 2017

11:30am - 1:00pm

UU 220

RSVP to wellbeing@calpoly.edu

Wellbeing Internship

Wellbeing offers a co-curricular internship for students who qualify for internship credit through their degree program at Cal Poly. Wellbeing Interns assist in research, developing programming and gain skills and knowledge about practical application of theories and research.  

Wellbeing Interns:

  • Gain experience in a health related field.
  • Build and develop wellbeing programs at Cal Poly.
  • Work on research and programs related to the wellbeing of students, staff and faculty.
  • Help create outreach messages, programs and fun events that will engage the campus community.
  • Develop health communication materials through social media, the wellbeing blog, website, fliers, and posters.

All majors are encouraged to participate.

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