- Wellness Programs
- Alcohol & Other Drug Services
- Laws & Policies
- Drug-Free Schools and Campuses Act
Here, wellness isn't a fad. It's a lifestyle.
Developing the whole person is basic to a Catholic, Marianist education. And the Office of Community Wellness Services is here to support and encourage you to lead a positive, wellness-focused lifestyle.
We are committed to developing a campus and community approach to the prevention of high-risk behaviors that could interfere with your quest for an well-balanced lifestyle.
Our goal is to promote an environment that supports responsible decisions regarding alcohol and other drugs through educational resources, programming and direct intervention.
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Choose Well. Live well.We want to provide you with the tools you need to live a life of wellness. Throughout the year, we host a variety of events designed to help you relax and have a good time. Whether you're creating a Zen garden, participating in yoga on Stuart Field or engaging in "stress busters" during final exams, we'll help you center yourself.
We are here to help.
Community Wellness Services provides a variety of services to help you make healthy and responsible decisions regarding your use of alcohol and other drugs.
Schedule an alcohol check-up and receive professional feedback on your drinking habits. Learn how to adopt healthy behaviors. And if you have concerns or think you have a problem, the substance abuse education class provides individual sessions with a counselor along with group sessions with an alcohol and drug prevention professional.
Law 101: What you need to know.While we believe in the importance of having fun, we also believe in the importance of keeping every person on campus healthy and safe. Here, you'll find state laws and University policies related to drug and alcohol use.
Let's work together, to create a life of balance.Campus Wellness is committed to providing the University community with resources on a variety of issues surrounding alcohol and other drugs. Explore effects of alcohol and other drugs, discover substance-free options for having fun, and learn more about AlcoholEdu, a program required for all incoming students.
At your fingertips.
The Drug Free Schools and Communities Act Amendments of 1989 require that all institutions of higher education receiving any form of financial assistance provide each student and employee member with information regarding drug and alcohol use.
Here, you can find:
- Written information regarding applicable federal, state, and local laws regarding alcohol possession and use.
- Campus policies (.pdf) regarding alcohol and drug use and the related sanctions.
- A description of health risks associated with the use of alcohol and drugs.
- A description of treatment and counseling programs available on campus.
It's inevitable that you'll have questions. That's why we're here.
Community Wellness Services
300 College Park
Dayton, OH 45469-2610
McGinnis Center 112