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    Mindfulness Sessions

    For WMU EmployeesJuly 29, Aug. 19 Offered in-person and virtually11:30 a.m. -Noon

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    Check your Access

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    YOU at Western

    A personalized wellness tool connecting students to online and campus resources.

Be Positive. Be Healthy. Be Active.

The SRC is back to regular operations. Check our hours page for our summer 2 hours.

Face covering/mask policy (updated 7/6)

All WMU faculty, staff and students must login to the new daily screening survey when entering the SRC. The new survey will indicate whether or not you need to wear a mask while utilizing the SRC. SRC members that do not have access to the portal should fill out the guest version of the survey and then verify vaccination status with our 2nd floor service desk staff.
 
We highly recommend that you upload your vaccination information to your Sindecuse Health Center portal if you were vaccinated somewhere other than Sindecuse Health Center. For more information, visit WMU's COVID Policy page.

How to determine if you have SRC access

Access to the SRC is part of enrollment fees the University may charge for the semester. With so many classes being moved to online this semester, as a student, you may not have been charged an enrollment fee for the semester. The best thing that you can do now is to check your tuition bill for the semester. If you were not charged the enrollment fee, then you can activate your SRC membership for $90 for the semester. That process can be completed by coming to our main office Monday through Friday from  9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

For questions please call (269) 387-3115. 

Announcements

  • Close up of a spider plant in a potted soil

    Decorate your office space with an easy-to-care houseplant. Join us for an in-person planting party. A recycled container will be provided.

  • vegetables on a counter with a blank notepad and pen in the center

    This workshop will help participants identify emotional vs physiological hunger, learn why food 'works' as a temporary fix, and discuss strategies to help overcome emotional eating.

  • vegetables in a red bowl on top of a turquoise counter

    This workshop will review nationwide pandemic trends seen in the food and nutrition sector, and address ways to ensure healthy dietary habits prevail

  • a 1940's hand drawing of WMU's buildings and campus by John Kemper

    Take a walk around Western's campus on a tour lead by Lynn Houghton and find out what was there before the buildings we know were constructed.

  • hand in a yoga mudra position resting on a knee in a silhouette against a sunset

    This program takes a research-driven approach to the mind/body connection, offering an increased understanding of what is happening biologically and neurologically. We will explore the health benefits associated with mindfulness as well as take time to write, reflect, share, and learn from peers.

  • Spices in bowls with a wooden spoon and a notebook under it

    This two-part series will focus on evidence-based nutrition guidelines to help you achieve and maintain an eating pattern that can impact your health today, tomorrow, and far into the future.

  • YOU spelled out on the ground with people walking by

    YOU at Western is a personalized web portal connecting students to online tools and campus resources to help support their goals to Succeed, Thrive and Matter at WMU. The innovative digital tool promotes self-reflection, allowing students to be more proactive with their health and well-being in order to make the most of their college experience.

Upcoming events

Let's get moving: With a walk around campus

Date: Jul. 27
Time: noon
Location: Leave from the Oaklands

Take a walk around Western's campus on a tour lead by Lynn Houghton and find out what was there before the buildings we know were constructed.

Mindfulness Sessions

Date: Jul. 29
Time: 11:30am
Location: 3014 Student Recreation Center

This program takes a research-driven approach to the mind/body connection, offering an increased understanding of what is happening biologically and neurologically. We will explore the health benefits associated with mindfulness as well as take time to write, reflect, share, and learn from peers.

Summer Nutrition Series:

Date: Aug. 5
Time: 11:00am
Location: Virtual meeting on ExperienceWMU

How has the pandemic affected your diet? 
This workshop will review nationwide pandemic trends seen in the food and nutrition sector, and address ways to ensure healthy dietary habits prevail.

Summer Nutrition Series:

Date: Aug. 10
Time: noon
Location: Virtual meeting on ExperienceWMU

How has the pandemic affected your diet? 
This workshop will review nationwide pandemic trends seen in the food and nutrition sector, and address ways to ensure healthy dietary habits prevail.

Recipe for Success

Date: Aug. 11
Time: 11:30am
Location: Virtual Seminar on Zoom

This two-part series will focus on evidence-based nutrition guidelines to help you achieve and maintain an eating pattern that can impact your health today, tomorrow, and far into the future.

Mindfulness Sessions

Date: Aug. 19
Time: 11:30am
Location: 3014 Student Recreation Center

This program takes a research-driven approach to the mind/body connection, offering an increased understanding of what is happening biologically and neurologically. We will explore the health benefits associated with mindfulness as well as take time to write, reflect, share, and learn from peers.