Student Organizations Co-Host Wellness Days @Columbia

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

The Office of University Life is pleased to offer mini-grants for student organizations as part of Wellness Days @Columbia. Many of the following student organization co-sponsors, supported by the grants, will host events focused on wellness in our community April 10 - 15 and beyond:

  • Student Wellness Project
  • Senate Student Affairs Committee
  • Barnard/Columbia Design for America
  • Bhakti Club at Columbia University

  • Black and Latinx Student Caucus (Mailman School of Public Health)

  • Breaking the Silence (Physicians & Surgeons)
  • Chabad Student Network
  • College of Dental Medicine Student Government Association
  • Columbia Health Student Health Advisory Committee
  • Columbia Mentoring Initiative
  • Columbia Space Initiative
  • Columbia Students' Mental Health Task Force
  • Columbia University Food Bank
  • Columbia University Premedical Association
  • CU BlueShift
  • Engineering Student Council
  • FitNu (School of Nursing)
  • General Studies Recovery Coalition
  • General Studies Student Council
  • Graduate Student Advisory Council
  • GSAS Students of Color Alliance
  • Interdisciplinary Arts Council
  • Ivy Council
  • National Residence Hall Honorary (CC-SEAS)
  • Nefesh: Columbia/Barnard Hillel's Mental Health Awareness Group
  • Oncology Nursing of Columbia
  • Perspectives on Aging (Mailman
)
  • Residence Hall Leadership Organization
  • SIPA Consulting Club
  • SIPA Women in Leadership
  • Student Occupational Therapy Association
  • United Against Inequities in Disease

...and others - list in formation!

Are you interested in co-sponsoring? Contact us: universitylife@columbia.edu

What do Columbia students have to say about wellness? Check out student voices, here.

Visit the full schedule of events for details.
Wellness Days @Columbia are for coming together to raise awareness, support each other and relax and unwind. Wellness Days are a joint effort of students, faculty and staff, and are part of an ongoing focus on mental health, wellness and community citizenship at Columbia.