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- Well-being Projects
- Well-being in Learning Environments
- Building Connections Symposium
A Healthy Campus Community is one where the people, processes, and spaces contribute to well-being and success for all. It's in the words spoken, decisions made, actions taken, and culture and systems created.
The Healthy Campus Community initiative involves creating a campus that positively influences the health and well-being of students, staff, and faculty. This is achieved by embedding a focus on well-being within the following areas for action:
- Learning & Working Environments
- Policies & Processes
- Personal Growth & Development
- Social Connection & Community Engagement
- Physical Spaces
- Services & Supports
SFU's Vision for a Healthy Campus Community (PDF) has been co-created through campus-wide consultation. It is informed by literature and aligns with The Okanagan Charter: An International Charter for Health Promoting Universities and Colleges.
For more background on this award-winning initiative, please read Background on SFU’s Healthy Campus Community initiative.
Faculty and staff
Are you looking for ways to help improve well-being in your classroom or workplace? Learn how you can support a healthy campus as an instructor or administrator.
Find ways to contribute to a Healthy Campus Community initiative at SFU as a faculty or staff member..
Connect with the SFU Health Promotion Team and see how you can contribute to a Healthy Campus Community.
Student Health Advisory Committee
The Student Health Advisory Committee (SHAC) is a group of student volunteers that help advocate for the Healthy Campus Community initiative.
Peer Health Education
Health Peers are a group of student volunteers that work with the Health Promotion team to support student health and well-being on campus.