Taking care of your physical, mental, and social health is essential to getting the most out of your college experience. Our staff, wellness coaches, programs, and events are here to help you reflect on your personal wellness, develop skills to maintain a well-balanced lifestyle, and make informed, healthy choices that will stay with you long after graduation.
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We are excited to offer the following highlighted programs and services:
- Journey to Wellness: We offer opportunities to participate in our online resource hub dedicated to helping you care for your Mind, Body, and Soul.
- Online Screenings: Take a quick self-assessment of your wellness in BeWell: general health or ChooseWell: alcohol use to explore your successes and challenges in different wellness areas and connect to campus resources.
- Wellness Coaching: Students can sign up for individual wellness coaching to develop personal goals and strategies around any of our 12 domains of health. Peer Wellness Coaches are here to support you and provide other helpful resources to care for your well-being.
If you are a graduate student, please select a calendar appointment labeled "Graduate BeWell Appointment." If you don’t see an opening that works for you, please email email@example.com.
All appointments are in-person and located in Gasson 025 or 013. If you need to cancel an appointment, we ask that you do so 24 hours in advance.
Stay tuned for monthly emails in your inbox!
Substance Use Prevention, Education, & Recovery SupportLearn More
This program provides opportunities for students to receive appropriate support, reflect on current choices, and learn about strategies for making lower-risk choices around substance use at Boston College.
Health and WellnessLearn More
CSW's Wellness Coach program empowers students to take the next step toward their wellness goals. CSW also presents events throughout the year, such as finals relaxation. Interactive tabling, passive education campaigns, and more.
Mental Health and WellnessLearn More
We are committed to ensuring all students access adequate mental health education and resources. Our new campaign centers on mental health promotion and suicide prevention with training, workshops, and events available to students.