We Keep You Healthy
Students are at the center of what we do and why we do it. From cooking classes, one-on-one nutrition coaching, and student programs to wellness workshops, social media, events, student focus groups, and more, we're here to support your wellbeing and keep you healthy! We use student data to inform all of our programs, media, and services so we can best meet your needs and be as helpful as possible. Knowledge is power, and our goal is to give you the tools, skills, and information you need to make informed decisions around your health and wellness in college and beyond.
Our staff of health educators, dietitians, and evaluators, use a harm/risk reduction philosophy, which means we share specific strategies to help you make safer and healthier choices in support of your personal, academic, and professional goals.
Upcoming Campus Health Events
Bringing Health & Wellness To You
Request A Program
We can bring fun and interactive wellness programs to your dorm, club, house, etc. We offer lots of different health topics for you to choose from.
Passport To Health
If you’ve attended any of our programming, you can earn badges toward your very own Passport to Health Certificate.
Get Social With @UAZCampusHealth
We're keeping you up-to-date with real, reliable, and relevant health and wellness information.
Watch A Video
Kitchen hacks, health and wellness tips & tricks, COVID-19 info, and more. Sometimes it's just easier to watch a video.
Just For RAs
We’ve put together a special page with programming tips and health and wellness resources to help you support your residents.
Health Media Online
We create posters, fliers, and brochures on all kinds of health topics. Take a look and download them today!
Support Your Wellbeing
College is an exciting time filled with new experiences and chances to discover who you are and what wellness means to you. We're here to support you along the way. So, we've picked some of the top health topics impacting college students and broke down the key points, highlighted services at Campus Health, and shared additional resources. Explore the topics below:
Level Up Your Wellness
Your top source for health & wellness. Short articles written by health educators, mental health counselors, and dietitians.
You possess unique and extraordinary strengths, and we’re here to help you discover and use them. We believe in you and want to help you discover that you're #StrongerThan you believe.
Take Charge of Your Wellbeing
There's a lot going on in the world right now and we want to remind you to live well, today. Take care of your whole self - physically, mentally, emotionally - you’re worth it.
Student Health Alcohol & Drug Education (SHADE)
We offer the SHADE diversion program for students who are in violation of alcohol and marijuana policies at the UA.
Stressbusters Health & Wellness App
A FREE mental health app for all students!
- Guided meditations
- Relaxation videos
- Daily reminders
- Positive affirmations
- Campus Health & Wellness Events
- How-To videos
- Free 5-7 minute back rub events
- Health links
Our student-led programs are on a variety of topics - body image, nutrition, cooking, mental health, and stress-reduction. Find out more about getting involved.
Body Positive Arizona is a student-led program with the mission of enhancing self-worth and positive body image among all UA students. They provide the programs and events throughout the year.
Cooking on Campus is a hands-on culinary crash course for college students. They provide cooking classes, delicious recipes, and more!
Nutrition Navigators give you the facts to enhance your nutrition knowledge through nutrition presentations, programs, podcasts, and more.
The Stressbusters program specially trains volunteer teams of students to provide free 5-minute backrubs and wellness info to students at campus events, dorms, libraries, and wherever else the stressed are gathered.
Active Minds is a student-run advocacy group that works to change the conversation about mental health on college campuses. Active Minds increases students’ awareness of mental health issues, provides information and resources regarding mental health and mental illness, encourages students to seek help as soon as it is needed, and serves as liaison between students and the mental health community.