The Office of Student Wellness provides programs and services to foster balance and well being. Through integrative health promotion programming, we support and educate the individual and work to create a healthy campus community.
About the Office of Student Wellness
Conscious of diverse student lifestyles, the Office of Student Wellness (OSWell) provides both passive and active health education programs to best fit the needs of students. OSWell's innovative, progressive programming is student-designed and intended to encourage personal leadership in peer health promotion. OSWell provides health education services, resources, and volunteer opportunities for students. Largely staffed by student Peer Health Advocates, who provide leadership programming concerning a broad range of health issues, OSWell connects students with campus and community health resources. This is accomplished by creating opportunities for students to serve as health educators in their campus community, and to actively explore the process of health promotion. OSWell also provides students with opportunities to participate in health promotion outreach to the greater Lorain County Community.
How to Reach Us
If you have questions about health-related topics or would like to learn more about campus health resources, feel free to e-mail email@example.com or visit us in 314 Wilder Hall. A peer health advocate will be happy to address your needs. We post office hours on our door, the times of which vary from semester to semester.
Faculty of Staff Member Interested in Wellness Services
If you are an Oberlin College faculty or staff member interested in wellness services at the college, please see new.oberlin.edu/office/
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News & Announcements
Sunday, March 03, 2013Join us in a week of programing aiming to identify anxiety within ourselves and others and ways to deal with it!
Thursday, March 28, 2013In this program designed for students, we'll discuss 15 statements about prescription drug abuse and identify them as fact or fiction. In addition, we'll present a brief theatrical skit called "The Adderall Dilemma", which focuses on abuse of stimulant prescription drugs for studying purposes.