Health & wellness information, education, and prevention
Babson’s Health Promotion program provides information, education, and prevention initiatives for a range of health topics including, but not limited to emotional wellbeing, body image, nutrition, resiliency, sexual health, sleep, and stress management.
Health Information & Resources by Topic
Programs & Services
Health Promotion offers a variety of educational programs and trainings on a range of health topics including:
- stress management,
- body image,
- healthy eating,
- safer sex,
- and more!
Our staff work with individual students and clubs/organizations to customize programs, or create new ones, to meet the unique needs of each group. Visit our Program Request page for descriptions of existing programs and our program request form.
Thrive for First Year Seminar
It can be tough to adjust to the expectations and demands of college life. This program, specifically geared towards the first year experience, introduces practical strategies and campus resources for stress management and building resiliency. To request Thrive for your First Year Seminar class, please contact email@example.com.
Grit & Resiliency Training
This six-week training, developed at Cornell University, prepares students to meet life’s challenges and overcome hardship while at Babson and throughout their lives. The interactive course assists students in discovering their mission and purpose, strengthening social connectedness, developing self-awareness, and cultivating attention and focus. To learn more about the Grit & Resiliency Training, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.