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Wellness Pavilion

We are committed to graduating healthy, resilient leaders.

 

Wellness Pavilion

  • Wellness Pavilion 3D Rendering
  • Wellness Pavilion 3D Rendering
  • Wellness Pavilion 3D Rendering

We are committed to graduating healthy, resilient leaders.

That is why we are building the Wellness Pavilion - the first new construction on the Chalon campus in 30 years. The Pavilion will be a hub for the university’s wellness movement, health and wellness programming, and our innovative Peer Wellness program, which fosters peer-to-peer teaching and learning. It will provide an advanced training lab, dynamic sports and wellness opportunities, and collaborative spaces for our entire community.

Currently two-thirds of our first year students rate themselves as unhealthy. That number does not change upon graduation. We plan to reverse those statistics. As a women’s university in one of the most dynamic cities in the country, with one of the most diverse student populations in the nation, we will drive the agenda for health and wellness nationally.

Let’s get healthy together.

To learn more about the Wellness Movement, please visit www.msmu.edu/wellness

 

Funding Progress

GOAL: $35M
83% to Goal
$28,918,869 Raised to date
 

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Wellness Stories

Students began arriving at the Doheny campus at 11 am and over the course of four hours, volunteers distributed 90 bags.

Campus LifeSpotlightsWellness

Farmers Market in New Form

The Mount’s monthly Farmers Market took a new form with Curbside Produce Pick Up

April 27, 2020
Samantha De La Torre '21

LeadershipWellnessWomen

Helping Fellow Students with Wellness

Samantha De La Torre ’21 is a Wellness Coordinator for the Doheny Campus.

March 30, 2020
Group presentation at the NASPA awards.

LeadershipSpotlightsWellness

National Recognition of Wellness Model

The University’s peer wellness advocates were named Outstanding Peer Group of the Year by NASPA.

March 2, 2020
Coach Radenko Miskovic is surrounded by running club members at a recent open meet.

Campus LifeWellness

New Club Supports Wellness

To support wellness among campus students, the Mount launched a new running club in late August.

November 14, 2019