Welcome to ISU Employee Wellness!
are ISU and in 2013
WE are Fit Friendly.
Congratulations Indiana State University on becoming a
Fit Friendly Company in 2013,
recognized by the American Heart Association.
This is a huge accomplishment and reflects our hard work
and commitment to improving employee health. Physical
activity and employee wellness are priorities at ISU; we
encourage all employees to continue to support and
participate in employee wellness activities.
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up to join
Training for the Blues
summer program. This program is designed to get you
prepared to walk or run the Blues at the Crossroads
half-marathon on September 14, 2013. No matter your
fitness level now, this program's sole purpose is to
motivate you and provide a plan to increase your
During this program you will receive a training guide,
motivational emails and events, and weekly meetings.
Erin.Milliken@indstate.edu to sign up today. By
signing up you will receive a FREE t-shirt and have the
opportunity to win other prizes!
Watchers At Work Meetings are here at ISU!!
Weight Watchers weekly meetings are on
Tuesday nights from 4:45pm until 5:30pm in Rankin Hall 303; and
from 11:45am until 12:30pm at the Hulman Memorial Student Union room
421. The 12-week WW@W program has started, but
you can join at any time for a pro-rated cost. If you are interested in
joining please contact,
It's not too Late to Join.
Be Smoke Free!
All ISU Employees have free access to:
American Lung Association Tobacco QuitLine by calling 1-800-548-8252
* The Freedom From
Smoking Online Program by visiting,
Erin.Milliken@indstate.edu for the discount access code TODAY!
Well at Every Dimension
Wellness is a broad term that means so much more than just nutrition,
exercise and physical health. Wellness is a holistic approach to living
an optimally healthy lifestyle. This can be accomplished through
balancing multiple dimensions of wellness that effect one's overall quality of life. A 'well' person strives to advance themselves in seven
dimensions of wellness. Read more.