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Center for Student Life and Wellness

The Center for Student Life and Wellness offers programs to support students’ holistic well-being across eight areas: 

  1. Physical
  2. Emotional
  3. Social
  4. Spiritual
  5. Intellectual
  6. Occupational
  7. Environmental
  8. Financial

Current students can learn more by using the links below, which lead to the Center for Student Life and Wellness SharePoint site. Log in is required.

Wellness areas and resources


Physical wellness is achieved through:

  • Physical activity
  • Sleep
  • Nutrition
  • Mental health services through Student Health Services
  • Referrals to community providers on an as-needed basis
  • Scheduled and on-demand access to telehealth and teletherapy through TimelyCare 

Learn more about physical and mental health resources in the Student Bulletin.

Access physical wellness resources


Emotional wellness focuses on understanding feelings, gaining coping skills and creating satisfying relationships. Resources include:

Access emotional wellness resources


Social wellness involves maintaining relationships with family and friends. The Nursing Student Council works with stakeholders across the school to enhance the quality of student life and the school community.  

Access social wellness resources

Spiritual wellness focuses on expanding our sense of purpose and meaning in life. Our resources include:

  • A chapel and prayer room at Geisinger Lewistown Hospital
  • A calendar of religious events and holidays, which is available to current students

Access spiritual wellness resources


Intellectual wellness focuses on recognizing our abilities and expanding our knowledge and skills. Resources include:

  • Faculty support 
  • The Center for Learning Excellence, which provides accessibility support services for all students
  • Health Sciences Library, which offers robust services to support research

Access intellectual wellness resources


Occupational wellness is the personal satisfaction gained from work. It’s supported by the Office of Student Affairs, which provides coaching on:

  • Goal setting and self-reflection
  • Interpersonal communication 
  • Development of competitive resumes and cover letters
  • Participation in mock interviews

Environmental wellness refers to how surroundings support well-being. 

Access environmental wellness resources


The Office of Financial Aid supports students with financial planning and debt management. 

Access financial wellness resources

Disclaimer: The Lewistown School of Nursing Diploma Program is in the process of merging into an Associate’s Degree of Nursing Program and federal funding is pending approval by the Department of Education until the merger is complete.