We believe that a successful and sustainable worksite wellness program should address every aspect of our most important component - YOU! To do so, the MBM program takes advantage of both on-campus as well as off-campus resources to help you create a personalized wellness plan.
These challenges are designed and run by students and offer faculty and staff a chance to change one or more aspects of their health in a 4-6 week time period. Challenge vary each time from physical fitness to nutrition to social interactions - keeping everyone on their toes!
The benefits of walking are never-ending. Enjoy the scenery and make time for a walk around campus with a variety of options. The Ithaca community also has an abundance of walking and hiking trails to take advantage of.
Join this on-site group every Tuesday to help you get closer to your health goals. Weight Watchers @ Work offers convenient resources to help you adopt a healthier way of life so you can succuessfully lose weight and keep it off.
Challenge yourself to build healthier habits over a month's time. These challenge span a range of wellness topics including financial, physical, and more!
The HealthE Library offers additional tools and resources designed for you to gather information and general knowledge on a given topic.
Quitting smoking can be hard without help but Ithaca College's Employee Assistance Program (EAP) offers online access to smoking cessation support and tools for you and your eligible family members, as well as up to 5 free telephonic counseling sessions.
Need help setting up your workstation appropriately or experiencing difficulties with your current workstation? Look no further! Complete a self-evaluation checklist and Environmental Health & Safety will assess your need and looks for changes that can help improve your area.
The Center for Health Promotion strives to create a campus culture which encourages and supports health-promoting behaviors and environments. Their website offers health information on a variety of wellness topics.
Cornell Cooperative Extension offers free or low-cost educational workshops, applied research projects, and lots of useful information on food-related topics from food safety and nutrition to healthy eating on a limited budget.