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Student Health Services

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Choose to Lose Online

Choose To Lose Online is a virtual weight management program designed to facilitate behavior changes on your own. We aim to provide you with online resources to accomplish your healthy lifestyle goals.

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Stand Up Carolina

The campaign’s goal: to spread awareness and empowerment throughout USC’s campus by encouraging people to be responsible for their peers individually and collectively.

You have a role to play in preventing violence on our campus. Continue reading
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Gamecock S.W.A.G

Gamecock S.W.A.G is a 10-week behavioral change program for USC students designed to help you make changes to your lifestyle that promote active living and healthy nutrition. The program has three options, or tiers. Register for the one that will help you meet your goals.

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Gamecocks on the Move (GOTM)

Have you always wanted to run a 5K, but weren’t sure how to train for it?

Join Campus Wellness’ Gamecocks on the Move (GOTM) program—a free USC faculty, staff and student walking and running program that provides individuals with the resources and support to train for a 5K.

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Wind Down Wednesdays

Do you need a mid-week boost? Join us for Wind Down Wednesdays to cultivate an attitude of gratitude and improve productivity by learning mindfulness techniques.

No need to register or reserve a space—come one, come all!

We will begin and end each session with a short introduction to the day’s practice and time to connect as a community. No special equipment or attire is required; bring your own mat, blanket, sitting cushion or props, as desired, to support your practice.

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April Healthy Aging Series

People in the U.S. are living longer than ever before. Many seniors live active and healthy lives. But there's no getting around one thing: as we age, our bodies and minds change.
•Are you ready to prepare yourself to age as gracefully as possible?
•Would you be willing to take time to participate in free health screenings?

If you answered “YES” to the above questions, the time might be right for you to participate in the FREE faculty and staff Healthy Aging Series by USC Campus Wellness. Click here to learn more

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