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Healthy Campus

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Healthy Campus

Healthy Campus strives for Clemson University to be a national model of health, safety and sustainability and for our students to experience a way of life at Clemson University that contributes to their lifelong health and well-being. Healthy Campus achieves this by providing exemplary:

  • Leadership and advocacy for public health policies and structures intended to improve health
  • Engaged learning activities – creative inquiry teams, internships, class projects
  • Partnerships and networks of collaborators to achieve Healthy Campus objectives
  • Population-level interventions
  • IN-CRISIS?

Clemson Campus Well

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CampusWell includes the latest health and well-being information for college students.

  • Search by topic
  • Find recipes and fitness videos
  • Enter to win an Amazon gift card each month
  • Read Clemson-specific content
  • And more!

New content is added weekly, and there's even an app and streaming site.

Resources

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Request a Program

Both Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) and Healthy Campus work together within Student Health Services to provide educational tools and supportive outreach and/or programming.

Request a Program
Students participating in Clemson FSL Bid Day, 2022

Be Well Programs and Activities

Focusing on our personal, campus and community well-being has never been more important. We encourage you to take time for self-care. Explore activities that make you feel good, feel connected and build resilience. Here are some well-being focused programs and activities that take place throughout the semester.

Be Well Programs
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Koru Mindfulness

Developed at Duke University, Koru Mindfulness is an evidence-based program specifically designed for teaching mindfulness and meditation as a way to manage stress and reduce anxiety.

Koru Mindfulness
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Building Social Connections

Belonging to a group gives people a sense of identity. Researchers have found that people are happier when they are with other people than when they are alone, regardless if you are an introvert or extrovert. Happiness is contagious and benefits others through three degrees of separation. The positive effects from connecting with others are lasting effects can last as long as a year.

Building Social Connections
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Nutrition

Although living a nourished life encompasses a wide variety of health topics, maintaining proper nutrition is an important component of living a nourished life. Most medical practitioners and nutritionists agree that the best way to eat healthy is to maintain a well-balanced diet.

Nutrition
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Social Media Internet Use

Social media has become a fundamental part of our lives. Many of us stay connected with friends, family, classmates, co-workers, businesses/organizations and others through different social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and many other social networks.

Social Media Internet Use
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Spring Break Safety

Spring Break safety tips. If you are of legal drinking age and you choose to drink, watch your drink being poured, and never leave your drink unattended.

Spring Break Safety
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Tobacco

Clemson University is a tobacco-free campus as of Jan. 1, 2016. The policy was approved by the University’s administrative council, based on input from a task force comprised of faculty, staff, undergraduate and graduate students.

Tobacco
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Well-being

According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), “wellness is being in good physical and mental health. Because mental health and physical health are linked, problems in one area can impact the other.” For this reason, it’s important to take care of both your mental and physical health.

Well-being
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