FSU Law Hosts Wellness Events
Last week, FSU Law’s Office of Student Advancement hosted a Wellness Fair as part of Wellness Week 2021. The event focused around the nine dimensions of wellness and included food, fun activities, free flu shots for students, and opportunities to learn about wellness-related resources on campus. The fair included partners from main campus—FSU Counseling & Psychological Services, Green Dot, FSU Student Resilience Project, The Center for Health Advocacy & Wellness, and FSU Health Services—as well as law school offices and student organizations. It was one of many Wellness Wednesday events that the Office of Student Advancement has hosted for students this semester. Other events have included a journaling picnic on the Green, a cooking session that featured easy-to-prepare, healthy tailgate recipes, a session with attorney and best-selling author Brian Cuban, yoga in the Rotunda, and a session with therapy dogs on the Green. The office also hosts a wide variety of wellness events outside of the Wellness Wednesday series, including popular sessions on Personal Resilience & Productivity through the Raising the Bar Professionalism+ Program. In addition, many student organizations have hosted and are planning events that encourage wellness among the student body. The law school is committed to promoting healthy living, stress management, and wellness habits that will help students during law school and beyond.
Published on October 15, 2021