Aspire Creative Inquiry students research and learn about multiple aspects of health and well-being as they relate to the college population. Potential focus areas include alcohol and drug abuse prevention, mental health and wellness, bystander intervention, stress, and other topics pertaining to health. This group of students is visible on campus and in the community during the school semester. Aspire Creative Inquiry students must be an Aspire to Be Well Program Facilitator. For more information about the Aspire Creative Inquiry team, please contact Chloe Greene at email@example.com.
Healthy Campus offers fall, spring and summer internship opportunities through the University Professional Internship/Co-op Program (UPIC) and the President's Commission on Sustainability (PCS).