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Health and Wellness

Saint Louis University's Department of Campus Recreation and Wellness can provide you with resources to ensure you have a healthy mind, body and spirit throughout your time here at SLU. 

Personal Wellness
  • CampusWell is an online health, wellness and academic success publication for students and their parents. It is published on more than 200 campuses across the country and presents engaging, interactive content. 
  • SLU received a Healthy Campus Honor from the Partnership for a Healthier America and has implemented rigorous guidelines to stand out among peer institutions. The guidelines range from healthy wellness meal offerings to easy access to water, and include more diverse opportunities for physical activity. 
Alcohol and Drug Education
  • Get connected with sober students here at SLU.
  • Wondering if you or someone you know has a problem with alcohol or drugs? Take the test.
  • Get to know your role in changing the alcohol culture at SLU.
Sexual Assault

Saint Louis University is committed to providing a safe and supportive environment for all students. Sexual misconduct and prevention resources are available

Bystander Intervention

What is bystander intervention? Bystander intervention is a straightforward concept that simply means that in any given situation, there are people who may observe what is happening and be in a position to prevent an incident.

  • Actions can be small, like asking a friend to stop making sexist jokes.
  • Actions can be on a larger scale, like organizing an educational program for campus that helps facilitate understanding about sexual assault.
  • It might also mean intervening or getting help if you see a troubling situation among friends or even strangers.
  • StepUP! and intervene when someone around you is in need. 
Mental Health and Suicide Prevention

The University Counseling Center offers information on crisis resources and warning signs.

Interested in helping your fellow Billikens? Ask.Listen.Refer.

Peer Education: The HEAT

The foundation of our Health Education Action Team (HEAT) is based upon research that shows that peers educating peers is one of the most effective forms of education on different aspects of wellness. Students in this program gain skills in leadership, responsibility, organization, and communication while improving lifestyles for themselves and the students around them. 

The HEAT provides classroom presentations, wellness coaching, plans and implements educational and prevention events on campus.

Interested in joining the HEAT? Please fill out this form and we will reach out to you!