The Office of Institutional Well-Being serves as a wellness hub through which existing wellness initiatives and programs are supported and new projects are developed. Learn about our program and meet our team.
We have partnered with MedEd Solutions to offer the Well-Being Index (WBI), a brief nine-question, validated, online self-assessment that provides immediate individualized feedback, tools and national/local resources to support well-being.
The COVID-19 pandemic has been stressful in many ways. Coping with stress in a healthy way will make you, the people you care about, and your community stronger! Check out the Baylor Coping Card for tools to relax and manage stress.
Regardless of political party, elections weigh on many Americans, and with long-lasting coverage, it can be difficult to escape the political noise. A Baylor College of Medicine expert offers advice to those experiencing distress throughout election season.
Taking care of your physical health needs to be a priority for all students pursuing rigorous graduate studies in healthcare and science. We are committed to helping you do this via our physical wellness programs.
Intellectual wellness focuses in creating opportunities that are mentally and creatively stimulating. These opportunities allow new learning opportunities not just inside the classroom, but outside as well.
Spirituality is an important dimension of health and wellness. Baylor and BCM LIFE offer presentations on the intersections between health and spirituality, yoga classes and workshops on the art of mindfulness.