Overwhelmingly, faculty care about their students’ well-being and want to provide support. However, it can be difficult to know how to support students in a way that also maintains credibility for their course. This presentation will offer ideas on small and large adjustments to consider that addresses student health and well-being. We invite faculty and staff to come share their strategies to incorporate and promote well-being in the classroom.
Question, Persuade, Refer (QPR)
Recording of the Question, Persuade, Refer (QPR) session on Suicide Prevention, presented during Spring Convocation 2021.
Antiracist Resources during COVID-19
The Multicultural Resource Center have pulled together two collections of resources to assist in teaching and learning about the impacts of COVID-19 and the George Floyd Movement on all of us, and in particular on our Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) communities.
An easy way to incorporate health and wellbeing is to let campus partners to the work for you! When you’re not able to be present for the class while attending a conference or personal conflict, it’s the perfect time to schedule a presentation.
Health and Wellness Resources on campus
UChoose is an evidence-based prevention effort that focuses reducing high-risk alcohol use, and empowering students to make informed choices about alcohol and other drugs.
Hey, You Okay?
Hey, You Okay? is a campus-wide initiative designed to assist students, faculty and staff feel better equipped to start a conversation with someone they are concerned about. Two presentation options:
Recovery Ally Training
QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer)
Student Accessibility Services Accessibility Statement
An affirmative action, equal opportunity employer, and educator, St. Cloud State University is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination in employment and education opportunity and works to provide reasonable accommodations for all persons with disabilities.
If you have a disability, or think you may have a disability, you may want to contact Student Accessibility Services to begin the conversation or request official accommodations.
Make an appointment: Contact Student Accessibility Services (SAS) by calling 320-308-4080 or stop by Centennial Hall 202.
More information: SAS website.
SCSU Medical Clinic
Our medical team helps students manage their health in a way that contributes to their academic success. We have a team of board-certified medical doctors and nurse practitioners caring for students. Students receive quick access and thorough care with the convenience of on-site lab and same or next day appointments.
Top reasons students visit: illness and injury, mental health, physicals, immunizations, and sexual health.
More information: SCSU Medical Clinic website
Make an appointment: myhealthservices.stcloudstate.edu (login required), 320-308-3191 or stop by Eastman Hall, 2nd floor.
UChoose & Recovery Resource Center
Throughout the semester you may experience a range of issues that can cause barriers to learning and may lead to diminished academic performance. St. Cloud State University provides services to assist you in addressing these issues.
If you need more information about issues relating to alcohol or other drugs, please contact UChoose & the Recovery Resource Center at firstname.lastname@example.org or 320-308-4179.
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
CAPS offers same day crisis care, individual, couples, group therapy, and case management, all using a Brief Therapy Model. We have a content rich website with self-assessments and information on a wide variety of mental health related topics.
Stop in at Eastman Hall 305 to make an appointment or contact us at 320-308-3171.
Start your class with an activity that encourages stress reduction and wellbeing. Using a different activity every week exposes your students to a wide variety of activities, whereas using the same one (or same few) creates a habit.
These are a handful of ideas to be used as assignments or extra credit. We invite you to share other assignments that incorporate wellness as inspiration for other faculty.
Provided by Dr. Mónica García-Pérez, Economics
Students must participate in 4 different types of campus events during the semester. They can participate in any events of their choosing so long as there is at least one from each of the following categories: wellness, academic, spirit and diversity/cultural. At the end of the term, students will write a reflection on their engagement with the college community.
Provided by Dr. Christine Metzo, University College
Participate in Wellness Coaching
Provided by Jennifer Waletzko Johnson, Alcohol and Other Drug Programs and Adjunct faculty in Community Health
Email wellbeing assignment examples to: email@example.com
A concise listing of Health and Wellness Resources and their offerings on campus all in one place.
Use this listing to:
Curriculum infusion ideas that address mental health