You, Wellbeing, and Possibility!
Wellbeing has a host of meanings, and we want you to consider all of them so that you may actualize your full potential.
Wake Forest’s Office of Wellbeing – and, in particular, our THRIVE program – addresses each of those dimensions: from the physical to the emotional to the intellectual to the social and beyond.
The Office of Wellbeing leads the campus in making wellbeing a part of every experience. Through THRIVE, the Office of Wellbeing addresses eight dimensions to help you to cope with adversity through resilience, to build rewarding relationships, and to live with a sense of purpose. Wake Forest offers students free sessions with certified health coaches. These one-on-one meetings provide support and accountability to reach your health and wellbeing goals. Additionally, the Sutton Center and Reynolds Gymnasium offer indoor basketball courts, an eight-lane indoor pool, bouldering and climbing walls, cardio- and strength-training spaces, and more. There’s also a game room to enjoy air hockey, darts, and beanbag toss. Finally, many students enjoy the aromatherapy room where you can relax and mix your own aromatherapy sprays.
Our goal: to assist our students in leading healthy and balanced lives.
We look forward to seeing you thrive here!
Exciting things happen at Wake Forest every day! Check out additional topics to discover your niche and where you’ll leave your mark as a Demon Deacon.
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Virtual Campus Tour
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Get the Facts
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