What is Grief? Loss…Losing…No longer having something or someone that we once had. It is an inevitable part of being a human, and it can be a painful and confusing part of being a human. Usually we think about the death of a person when we think of grief, but the truth is, we
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Rachel Rasmussen, Center for Cura Personalis Sleep is one of the most important aspects of wellness for anyone, especially college students. If your student isn’t sleeping well, it can impact their ability to focus, increase stress levels, and put their immune system at risk. We also know that sleep is one of the wellness topics
By: Libby Skiles, Health Center One of the most common reasons for a visit to the Student Health Center is injuries, such as sprains, cuts, fractures, and concussions. In a survey about health and wellness, more than 15% of Gonzaga students reported that they experienced an injury in the last twelve months. Here are some
By: Kelly Alvarado, FYEP; and Nicola Miller, CCP When our students think of being in love they may first think of having a partner, a boyfriend or girlfriend, who they are romantically involved with in a relationship over a long period of time. Encourage your student this month to reflect on the love they receive
If you are looking for the ‘End of Year Meal Plan & Bulldog Bucks Reminders’ please click here. The incorrect link was published in the latest eNewsletter you may have received yesterday. By: Libby Skiles, Student Health Center One of Gonzaga’s priorities in serving our students is teaching students to live their healthiest lives.
By: Libby Skiles, Health Center For many years, the Health Ride program through the Student Health Center has assisted Gonzaga University students with transportation to and from healthcare providers. Please read the FAQs below to learn more about this valuable program for our Zags! Types of Transport Available Students may use the Health Ride for
By: Jill Royston Alcohol and drugs can be a real danger at all colleges and universities, Gonzaga included. But despite what the news media might have you believe, not every student is using alcohol or drugs; and many are not using to the excess that is portrayed online, in reality shows, movies, or news stories.
By: Nicola Miller “Helping students be their best selves” The Center for Cura Personalis (CCP) is an innovative department within the Division of Student Development that focuses on providing individualized services and support that help students be their best selves. The CCP staff is dedicated to the mission of “cura personalis” which is a Jesuit
By Libby Skiles, Health Center First, and most importantly, the team at the Health Center would like to offer an enthusiastic welcome to our incoming freshmen class as well as all of our returning students! As we prepare for another great year, we want to give all our students a “shot” at a successful year.
By: Lavina Entel, Health Center Most of you have submitted immunization records to the Health Center for your sons and daughters and we truly appreciate your efforts. As you know, our one “mandatory” immunization series is the MMR (Mumps, Measles, Rubella) vaccine, of which our greatest concern is immunity to Rubeola or the “hard” measles.