Rhonda H. Luckey Center for Health and Well-Being

STAHL News

Weekly newsletter on healthy living

CHWB YouTube Channel

Health and well-being tips, plus resources and tutorials for student success

The Rhonda H. Luckey Center for Health and Well-Being offers a range of services that address the components of total well-being—physical, mental, and emotional—in one convenient location. Our mission is to enhance student academic success and foster a healthy campus environment by providing programs and services that promote individual physical, emotional, and psychosocial well-being.

Need help? Download Where to Turn for Help (pdf).

Need directions? Locate the Center for Health and Well-Being at the Suites on Maple East on the IUP Campus Map or via Google Maps.

Most services provided at the Center for Health and Well-Being are funded by students' Wellness Fees.

View our videos to learn more about our center, or click the department links below.

News

Is Someone in Your Life Ill or Passed Away? Safe, Confidential Support is Available

Actively Moving Forward is a community of students coming together to support and empower each other. Meeting on Zoom, the group provides grief support for students grieving the illness or death of a loved one.

Keeping You Informed with Videos

The Center for Health and Well Being’s YouTube channel contains lots of short, informational videos tailored to IUP students’ healthy lifestyles. Be sure to check them out!

Live on Instagram: IUP Health Service Answers Your Most Intimate Health Questions

Please join Jeanne Shoulders, women’s health CRNP, and the IUP Health Service on Monday, May 4, at 3:00 p.m. for a live Q&A discussion about women’s health, men’s health, and other sexual health concerns. Jeanne will address FAQs and live questions about your most intimate health concerns.

Summer Health Issues and Treatments: STAHL News, May 4

Read about common summer ailments and their treatments in the latest edition of STAHL News.

Make a No-Sew Face Covering

The IUP Health Service staff demonstrate how to make three different types of no-sew face coverings using a bandanna, t-shirt, and kitchen towel. 

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