Wellness Program for Sangren Hall

Mission statement

As a part of the WMU’s Strategic Plan 4.2, the mission of the Sangren Wellness Program is to inspire, create and promote a workplace environment that supports a healthy lifestyle.

Committee members for the Sangren Hall Wellness ProgramCommittee members

  • Amy Burns 


Some of the fruits and vegetables you can get at the farmer's market.

Some of the fruits and vegetables you can get at the farmer's market.

Events through University Recreation and Western Wellness

Concierge service to the Kalamazoo farmer's market

We will provide free pick-up service for fresh produce (you of course pay for the produce) every Tuesday to the end of October. Since this is a new program, we are going handle the exchange of money on an individual basis. Any questions should be directed to Andrea Bau.

Daily walks

We will start our daily 15 minute break and after work walks. This will start on Monday, June 30, 2014, from 10 to 10:15 a.m. and 3 to 3:15 p.m. or after work from 5 to 5:30 p.m. If interested just meet at the grand stairwell on the second floor for any or all walking sections. (Wait time is about 2 minutes then they will be off and walking). If you want to walk with other co-workers on campus or at different times you can download Mapmyrun, this is a free app on your phone.

Walking maps


Wellness tips

Suggestion box

We have a suggestions box located outside the mail room (the drop box in the wall), please if you have any suggestions we would love to hear them.

Risk statement

Participation in exercise activities, fitness activities, wellness rooms and special events is purely voluntary, and individuals participate at their own risk. Participants should be aware of the possibilities of bodily injury and should understand that they are responsible for any and all costs arising out of injury or property damage sustained through participation. Should someone become injured, please notify a program or facility supervisor for assistance.

Resources on campus