Raise Up GW programming allows students to engage with and expand their understanding of well-being, identify ways in which it plays an integral role in their success, and learn more about available resources.
Chalk-In is an annual GW tradition that allows students to relieve stress through creative outlets and enjoy refreshments, music, and prizes as they head into finals week. Chalk-In takes place annually in April.
GW Late Night
GW Late Night events allow students to socialize and take a break from academics without the temptations and risks involved with drinking alcohol or being in a setting where alcohol is present.
The Final Lap is a series of programming that provides free stress reduction opportunities for students prior to and during final exams in fall and spring.
Request a Well-being Program
You can request well-being workshops, presentations, informational handouts, and sexual health barriers for your department, residence hall or organization. If interested, please fill out the well-being outreach request form below, and a staff member will follow up with you. So that we can best meet your needs, please keep in mind the following:
- Fill out this form in its entirety, and submit only one outreach request per form submission.
- Provide three (3) dates/times that are three (3) weeks out from the day that you submit the request.
If you have any questions about well-being programs, please contact the Office of Health Promotion & Education by emailing [email protected].