Category: Health and Wellness

January 24, 2019

Inspired Echo: Faculty Dances

Dance faculty members from Health and Exercise Studies and Arts NC State join forces to present an evening of choreography surrounded by Vernon Pratt’s artwork.

January 22, 2019

HES Students Aim for Success

3D Archery is similar to golf in that archers walk a course in fields and/or woods and shoot from marked spots.

January 15, 2019

Stepping into Spring Semester with Fitness Walking

Peter Koutroumpis has taught Fitness Walking (HESF 102) for almost five years at NC State University. Students from the 2018 Fall Semester enjoyed their time in the course and learned a lot about the proper form to walking.

Jocelyn Fifer Personal Training
January 15, 2019

NASM Backs the Pack

Are you interested in taking your career in fitness to the next level? The National Academy of Sports Medicine’s (NASM®) eight-week personal trainer certification course can take you there.

Joli at the beginning of her hike.
January 14, 2019

Six Month Trek

Learn about Joli Stavish ’17 and her experience completing the Appalachian Trail.

December 4, 2018

Finals Survival Week 12/10-12/14

Finals can be stressful. Let us help! December 10th – December 14th is Finals Survival Week! Student Health, Wellness and Recreation, NC State Dining, Counseling Center, Student Involvement, Student Government and Prevention Services collaborate to offer resources, events, and giveaways to

September 28, 2018

NC State Student Health Will Provide Care for UNCW Students

Dr. Julie Casani, Student Health Services Director, announced Wednesday afternoon that NC State Student Health Services will be available to UNC Wilmington students, who are currently in Raleigh, until their return to campus next week.

August 28, 2018

What Is Patient-Centered Team-Based Primary Care?

Student Health Now Has Patient-Centered Team-Based Primary Care. This means each student has a trusted care team within Student Health to provide continuous and comprehensive care. When students enter NC State, they are automatically assigned