Mission Statement

To create and sustain a culture and community of health and well-being that supports and enhances lifelong learning that helps all individuals reach their full potential.


The Unit will be recognized as a national leader in campus health and well-being using a holistic and integrated approach to create a thriving, collaborative campus culture.

Core Values

  • Student-Focused – Commit to keeping the students as a priority in the planning of programs and services, and all decisions we make.
  • Collaboration – Be creative with resources and seek ways to integrate and collaborate with campus and community partners to offer comprehensive programs and services with highly qualified and experienced staff.
  • Sustainability – Support environmentally responsible choices to reduce the consumption of materials and energy to their lowest levels possible, without decreasing the value and quality of programs and services.
  • Inclusivity – Foster an open and inclusive community that welcomes and benefits people with diverse backgrounds, encourages the exchange of ideas from diverse perspectives, provides meaningful access to facilities and programs/services, and opposes intolerance.