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  • Rock Climbing
  • RX Factor
  • Gasparilla Code
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  • Al Anon PSA
  • DUI Flip Cup PSA
  • DUI Resume PSA
  • Eating Disorder Calories PSA
  • Size Doesn't Matter PSA
  • Four Loko PSA
  • Sexual Assault PSA
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  • Stress Happens PSA
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Wellness Center


Mission Statement

The Wellness Center is committed to fostering a healthy campus environment by empowering students to reach their full potential through increasing awareness of factors and resources that are associated with a holistic approach to wellness. By focusing on physical, emotional, social, spiritual, intellectual, environmental, occupational and financial wellness, students are educated on positive lifestyle choices and supported in their efforts for self-care in order to achieve and maintain optimal levels of wellness.

The University of Tampa offers an array of activities and events throughout the academic year that are geared toward enhancing the physical and mental wellness of students. 
Special Yearly Events
  • National Depression Day with free mental health screenings for students
  • Physical Fitness Week, which includes free wellness assessments to students, courtesy of the Department of Campus Recreation
  • National Alcohol Screening Day
  • Annual PirateFest Safety Fair before Gasparilla 
  • Melanoma Monday with screenings for sun damage and questionable moles
  • Great American Smokeout
  • Energii Wellness Symposium
  • Interfaith Awareness Week
  • Interfaith Pledge for Peace
  • Speed-faithing
Ongoing Initiatives
  • Student-led wellness initiatives
  • Smoking cessation classes
  • Al-Anon meetings
  • AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) meetings
  • Alcohol and other drug assessments
  • Nutritional consultations
  • Sunday interfaith dialogues
  • Weekly interfaith lunch hour

Safety Tip - PotThe UT Wellness Committee was established in order to fully address issues of wellness in the University community and supplement the University’s educational goals. The committee, which consists of both staff and students, is charged with providing a forum for wellness initiatives and increasing healthy behaviors in the UT community.

The committee seeks to conduct regular assessments of student health and use these assessments to address various campus wellness issues.