Physical/Emotional Wellbeing (Students)

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Physical/Emotional Wellbeing Resources

You can enrich your career wellbeing in many ways. Here at Cal Poly - San Luis Obispo, there are diverse services and resources available for you related to Career Wellbeing. Below is a list of resources on career wellbeing both here at Cal Poly - San Luis Obispo and in the community at large.

Cal Poly - San Luis Obispo Resources


Campus Dining provides nutrition information, resources and services to students on campus. The Registered Dietitian is available to provide nutrition education, assist students with dietary restrictions, and participate in campus wellness events. More information on Campus Dining is available at


Cal Poly Campus Health & Wellbeing, located next to the Rec Center, provides care by appointment and on a walk-in basis to students. In addition to ambulatory care, we offer lab testing, on-site x-rays, prescription medications, counseling services, and holistic wellbeing services. More information on Campus Health & Wellbeing is available at:

The Campus Wellbeing program at the Campus Health & Wellbeing is committed to helping students, staff and faculty achieve wellbeing – a balanced life - that will benefit them in their personal and professional endeavors. We currently focus on the four elements of wellbeing and incorporate these elements in our assessment and research, programs and resource development, and policy-related efforts. More information on Campus Wellbeing is available at


Counseling Services at the Campus Health & Wellbeing work with a range of students from different cultural, ethnic and religious backgrounds, students who want to talk about a new relationship or a recent break-up, homesickness, anxiety, suicidal thoughts, substance abuse, and poor academic performance. Counseling Services also see students with painful, abusive life experiences they’ve never talked about before. Rather than advice-giving, the services offer a particular kind of listening and an expertise in human development, along with strategies to support your personal, social, and emotional growth. The services are free, confidential, and available to all currently enrolled students. More information on Counseling Services is available at

Health Services at the Campus Health & Wellbeing provides free services to all registered Cal Poly students. The following outpatient medical services are provided at no additional charge: Primary Physician and Nursing Care, Routine Laboratory Tests, Routine X-ray Procedures, Men's/Women's Health Care, Health Education Programs in Nutrition, Alcohol & Drug Awareness, Sexuality & Lifestyle Wellness. Pharmacy items, certain lab tests, immunizations, and other services are provided for an additional charge. More information on Health Services is available at

Learning Pine Arboretum is the Central Coast’s premier horticulture display garden where visitors are welcome. Because plants change with the seasons, individuals are encouraged to visit often to enjoy the many and varied highlights and vistas. The Leaning Pine Arboretum is a living laboratory of plants for all to enjoy. The arboretum is open year 'round except on academic holidays. More information is available at


The Cal Poly recreation center is a one-stop center for exciting opportunities to work out, take a group exercise class, shoot some hoops, swim or soak up some sun. Some of the programs and services provided at the Recreation Center are aquatics, fitness, intramural sports, informal rec, and poly escapes. More information on the Recreation Center is available at


PULSE, the Health Education department with Campus Health & Wellbeing, has a wonderful, state-of-the-art massage chair! It is located in the Health Education/ PULSE office and is available for use by students, faculty, and staff.  More information on the Relax Chair is available at

PolyFit is a group of students who are passionate about health care and provide both students and the community with tests to measure personal health and strength. The main purpose at PolyFit is to encourage healthy lifestyles and personal health awareness. As students interested in health care, PolyFit aims to promote healthy lifestyle choices and to increase self-awareness in the risks for cardiovascular disease, diabetes and other detrimental chronic diseases associated with sedentary lifestyles. More information on PolyFit is available at

PULSE is an award-winning Peer Health Education program at the Campus Health & Wellbeing that supports the health and wellbeing of all Cal Poly students. PULSE is composed of four teams, each dedicated to a specific area: Sexual Wellbeing (EROS), Mental Wellbeing (REAL), Nutrition (HEAT), and Alcohol & Drug Education (TLC). Every member of PULSE is BACCHUS Certified and majoring in a related area of study to ensure that the advice they are providing will benefit your life. More information on PULSE is available at


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