Joyful Movement and Physical Wellbeing

By Ashley Berry, Campus Life Fellow What do you think of when you hear the phrase physical wellbeing? I would bet that most think of physical wellbeing as exercising regularly and maintaining a healthy diet. But what if I told you that wasn’t it? Diet […]

Community Wellbeing is Environmental Wellbeing

By Brian Cohen, Office of Sustainability Orange has long been my favorite color. To me, it represents sunshine, cheer, and happiness. Unfortunately, the hue has taken on a bit of a negative connotation at Wake Forest in recent months. Orange operating status—consisting of stringent yet […]

Spiritual Wellbeing

By Naijla Faizi, Office of the Chaplain What a year we’ve had already. I, like many of you, was ready to say goodbye to 2020 and hello to 2021 in the hopes of some sunshine after the horrible storms. However as we’ve seen, this new […]

Becoming Fiscally Fit

By Amy Willard, Office of Personal and Career Development Like physical wellness, financial wellness does not happen overnight. It takes practice and consistent effort to see results. You need to establish goals and implement a plan. It’s a journey that requires adjustments along the way. […]

Importance of Time Management

By Ashley Berry, Campus Life Fellow Heading into final exams and the last day of classes, it may seem like there is an overwhelming amount of studying and assignments to be done. The good news is that there is something you can do to help […]

Practicing Intellectual Wellness Over Winter Break

By Ashley Berry, Campus Life Fellow When we think of wellbeing, the aspects that first come to mind are physical and mental wellness. But, it is important to also think about your intellectual wellbeing and how you can care for your brain and tend to […]

Emotional Wellbeing and Gratitude

By Ashley Berry, Campus Life Fellow Adjusting to the new normal isn’t easy. It has forced us to think about how different life was before the pandemic and how important small, everyday things were to us. With masks, physical distancing, and an overall lack of […]

Social Wellbeing and COVID-19

By Erinn Forbes, Office of Student Engagement In a time of such intense separation, it’s more crucial than ever that we have opportunities to bond socially. For first year students especially, the fall semester is a time to meet new people, participate in welcoming activities, […]

Apply to be a COVID-19 Student Adviser or Consultant

The Office of Wellbeing and Student Engagement are excited to announce an open call for students to apply for the inaugural COVID-19 Student Adviser and Consultant Program. The WFU COVID-19 Peer Ambassador and COVID-19 Peer Consultants aim to foster volunteer and paid student leadership opportunities […]