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Student Health ServicesStudents, faculty and staff can now get flu shots from Student Health Services. A CarolinaCard is required to receive the vaccine, which is available at special clinics across campus. Continue reading →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.
Continue reading →Let's get together and practice - no experience necessary! Join Campus Wellness for mindful reflection and meditation to help ease us into the summer. Mindful meditation has been shown to improve focus and attention, lower blood pressure and enhance feelings of well-being.
Continue reading →STIs and STDs are very common. Every year there are more than 19 million new cases of STDs in the U.S. Since STDs often show no symptoms, many of those who are infected don't know it. The only way to know if you or a partner has an STD is to get tested. The good news is that all STDs are treatable, and many are curable. Putting off getting care for an STD can have lasting health effects for both women and men.
Continue reading →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 →
Campus Wellness is launching an all new Stress Management program to encourage students to
Keep Calm and effectively manage stress.
- Are you ready to learn some techniques to assist with managing stress?
- Is managing stress in a more effective way one of your goals?
If so, the NEW Keep Calm campaign presented by USC Campus Wellness may be perfect for you.
Keep Calm Campaign program activities include:For more information about activities and how to sign up:
-Pet Therapy 1 day a month during September, October, November and December
-Guided Imagery and Progressive Muscle Relaxation sessions during mid-terms and finals
-FREE Group X classes 1 day a month during September, October, November and December
-Biofeedback sessions and one-on-one stress management consultations with a trained Health Educator
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