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NIRSA Promising Practices are an outcome of NIRSA’s Health & Wellbeing Task Force

University of Colorado, Colorado Springs Promising Practices

We are able to offer this publication free to Institutional Members because of the generous support of our sponsor. Thank you!

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Rowan University Promising Practices

  • This publication highlights Rowan University's Rowan Thrive Wellbeing Initiative. Several years ago campus recreation founded the Rowan Thrive initiative, which created a diverse committee to develop a holistic framework to support university wellbeing. The initiative has strategically been woven into many aspects of the campus to support student and employee wellbeing. This publication describes their unique approach to this work. 

    NIRSA is able to provide this free to Institutional members because of the generous support of our sponsor. Thank you, NIRSA Foundation!

We are able to offer this publication free to Institutional Members because of the generous support of our sponsor. Thank you!

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Oakland University Promising Practices

  • This publication highlights Oakland University’s Healthiest Campus for Michigan Initiative. Several years ago, Oakland University (OU) began its journey towards integrating wellbeing into the fabric of campus. This publication describes their unique approach to this work. 

    NIRSA is able to provide this  free to Institutional members because of the generous support of our  sponsor. Thank you, Cannon Design! 

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    A Promising Practice is:

    • Collaborative and integrated approach towards holistic wellbeing.
    • An initiative that is fairly new, but has been years in the making.
    • Great example of how to build a framework.
    • Utilization of data to drive decisions.

We are able to offer this publication free to Institutional Members because of the generous support of our sponsor. Thank you!

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Promising Practices are collaborative or integrated wellbeing initiatives and campus-wide efforts that support the campus community. These initiatives are driven and realized by the efforts of campus recreation staff and leaders.