Healthy You is a series of health management programs designed to help faculty and staff understand, improve, and maintain their health. The programs are completely voluntary and totally confidential. Through the Healthy You programs, you can:
• Take a personal Health Questionnaire (HQ to learn about your health and any issues you may have.
• Participate in lifestyle coaching to identify those long-term actions that will improve your health
through the life choices you make by building skills that last a lifetime.
• Receive outreach and resources to help you take an active role in understanding and managing
chronic conditions such as asthma, diabetes or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
• Have access to a variety of Harvard Pilgrim Health Care-provided tools and education including
websites, informational sessions and onsite events.
The Office of Health Promotion directs programs and services that foster the health and well-being of our students and campus community. The Health Promotion team is comprised of health educators, health coaches, and student volunteers who work collaboratively to advance healthy living habits on campus.
The Office of Health Promotion provides information on a range of topics related to student health, including: stress management, alcohol and drug use, nutritional health, sexual health, bystander education, prevention of relationship violence, LGBTQ health issues and more.
Find nutritional information and ingredient listings for BC menu items from Hillside, Corcoran, McElroy and other dining locations on campus as well as links to pertinent information regarding health and nutrition.
Open 24 hours a day, UHS is a good place to start if you are having any physical, emotional or transitional issues. They can provide you with the necessary treatment, resources, or referrals.