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Please contact Thrive@nullwfu.edu or (336) 758-4370 if you have any questions about the WellSpaces program!
Our journey of wellbeing is influenced by the spaces in which we live, work, and play.
As a partnership between the Office of Wellbeing and Department of Environmental Health & Safety, the WellSpaces program supports offices in creating and sustaining a culture that promotes personal and collective wellbeing through meaningful policy and practice.
Employees spend over half of their waking hours in the workplace. Why not spend that time with others who are just as committed to their wellbeing as you are? Through shared priorities and engagement in wellbeing practices, entire offices can improve morale, camaraderie, productivity, and achieve individual and group goals.
We are all connected. When I Thrive, you Thrive, and we Thrive.
As a WellSpace, each office commits to:
Each office also receives institutional recognition for their commitment and annual progress.
The Wellbeing Ambassador are employees within offices that have joined the WellSpaces program, who want an integral role in campus wellbeing and have a passion for constructing a culture of health and wellbeing in their office. Wellbeing Ambassadors help their WellSpace meet the program’s requirements.
Athletic Development (Deacon Club)
Campus Life Finance & Operations
Center for Global Programs and Studies
Communications and External Relations
Department of Environmental Health and Safety
Department of Theatre and Dance
Finance and Administrative Operations
Financial Aid Office
Market Readiness & Employment & Corporate Engagement
Office of Diversity and Inclusion
Office of Personal and Career Development (OPCD)
Office of Student Engagement
Office of Sustainability
Office of the Chaplain
Office of the University Registrar
Office of Wellbeing
Residence Life & Housing
Student Financial Service
Student Health Service
Title IX Office
University Counseling Center
University Police Department
Z. Smith Reynolds Library