Health and Wellness at HDH
Wellness: the balance between well-being of mind, nutrition, and physical fitness.
Housing Dining Hospitality would like to welcome you to your new home away from home. College is an exciting time where you experience many changes. Our goal is to keep you healthy and happy, so please explore the site for some basic 101’s to achieve total wellness!
Trying to juggle your coursework, social life and personal well-being can be quite the challenge as a college student. To maintain a nice balance, it is important to allow yourself time to unwind. Be sure to check out The Zone, “the lounge for student well-being that offers free programs for students such as Yoga, Fitness Classes, Meditation, Therapy Dogs, Healthy Cooking Demonstrations, and more”.
The Zone: http://zone.ucsd.edu/
The Good Life Magazine: http://zone.ucsd.edu/tglmagazine.php
UC San Diego offers something called CAPS, a counseling and psychological resource, which is a great way to connect with a professional to discuss the many things on your mind. Sometimes it’s nice to have a person to talk to, especially if this is your first time away from home.
Check out the 4-1-1 on recommendations for medical professionals to get the right balance between sleep, activity and eating right.
Did you know that with your Housing contract you have FREE access to a Registered Dietitian? Why not take advantage of this awesome opportunity and speak with her about maintaining a healthy lifestyle while living on campus. Follow her at http://hdhtastebuds.blogspot.com or contact her directly @ firstname.lastname@example.org.
Being physically fit is an excellent way to manage your stress, increase your endorphins, and give you more energy. Choose an activity that you really like to do, and you’re more likely to do it often. Invite your friends, or join them in some of their activities, too! And take advantage of the awesome classes offered through UCSD’s recreation facilities at: http://recreation.ucsd.edu.
UC San Diego’s wellness website: http://students.ucsd.edu/well-being/index.html
Center for Disease Control: http://www.cdc.gov/family/college/
Halt the Spread of Germs:
UCSD Police – 858-534-HELP or 858-534-4357
CSO Escorts – 858-534-WALK or 858-534-9255
Live Well, UC San Diego; wellness.ucsd.edu
Financial Aid Office
Student Health Services
- Located West of Price Center off Library Walk;
CAPS – Counseling and Psychological Services
Office for Students with Disabilities (OSD)
- Location: 202 University Center, behind Center Hall and Gilman
Academic Advising Virtual Advisor: vac.ucsd.edu
Contact Information per College (recommend going in person or calling):
- Revelle: 858-534-3490, email@example.com
- Muir: 858 534-3580, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Marshall: 858-534-4110, email@example.com
- ERC: 858-534-9864, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Warren: 858-534-4350
- Sixth: 858-822-5955, email@example.com
LGBT Resource Center
Career Services Center
Oasis Tutoring Service