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Previous Events

D.R.E.S.S. Well, Test Well Poster Campaign 

Our poster campaign highlighted where to seek assistance if you Detect you need help, how to Recover and stay healthy during finals, what it means to Exhale when you're feeling stressed, the importance of Snack-ing to maintain your energy as you study, and tips and on how to Strengthen your study skills.

 


 Spring 2018 D.R.E.S.S. Well, Test Well

We hope you enjoyed our finals study space on Sunday, May 13th from 1pm - 7pm in AF 209 A-C. We had free food, scantrons, greenbooks, and other giveaways to ensure you succeeded on your finals! 


 


 Closer Look Scavenger Hunt

Thank you for participating in our Closer Look Spring Scavenger Hunt and congrats to our opportunity drawing winners! If you didn't get a chance to find our posters around campus, click on them here to take a Closer Look at the impact of Alcohol and Xanax abuse.

 


Poolside Bash

Thanks for helping us BRING BACK THE 90’S at our Poolside Bash on Friday, April 27 from 11 am - 1 pm at the Masson Family Beach Club Pool (the pool in Residence Life). We hope we tested your knowledge of alcohol and learned how drinking affects your vision! poolside bash ad

 

 


PROs of CONflict

Thank you for joining us for a TED talk style discussion as respected members of the Chapman community shared their experiences with conflict resolution. We hope you learned about conflict management techniques such as de-escalation, communication, empathy, building trust, and how to overcome conflicts related to diversity. 

If you missed it, check out our videos page to watch each presentation!




Wellness Meet & Greet

Our meet and greet event was an opportunity for the campus to engage with our peer educators through wellness related activities and snacks!

 

   

 


Focus On Your Wellness

Our poster campaign around campus promoted the various aspects of wellness and what it means to be intellectually, socially, emotionally, environmentally, spiritually, physically, and occupationally well!

       


Older Events

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Fall 2017 D.R.E.S.S. Well, Test Well

The "D.R.E.S.S. Well, Test Well" event encouraged healthier choices during finals week related to De-Stressing, Reducing negative behaviors, Eating, Studying and Sleeping. This event provided students with fun activities, giveaways, snacks and a quiet place to study for finals!

 

  



Minding Mental Health 

Our Minding Mental Health Poster Campaign aimed to raise awareness of mental health topics such as anxiety, depression, sleep, fighting stigma and how to avoid feeling overwhelmed.
Click on the images below to view and download the full poster.

text that reads fight stigma around mental health with woman with hand on facetext that reads 'Feeling overwhelmed?' with man with face in his hands

text that reads 'What is sleep hygiene?' with clocktext that reads 'Are you getting enough sleep?' with woman laying on pillow with eyes open

text that reads 'Understanding Depression' with person with tears in eyestext that reads 'Understanding Depression' with different facts and topics about it

text that reads 'stress vs. anxiety'text that reads 'Tips to reduce anxiety'


Wellness Fest

text that reads 'wellness fest thursday october 5th'Our first Wellness Fest united various departments to promote health and wellness among students on a range of topics such as improving physical and mental health, enhancing sleep and self-awareness, encouraging healthy relationships and reducing stress and unhealthy alcohol and other drug use. Participating departments included Public Safety, Fitness and Recreation, the Center for Global Education, Greek Life, Residence Life, Student Health Center and the Interfaith Center.

Mission Statement

The mission of The Wellness Project through the Dean of Students Office is to promote methods to reduce substance abuse within the Chapman community and to foster a campus culture in which students feel empowered to engage in healthy behaviors individually and in their various relationships.