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Campus Health offices will be closed for Memorial Day on Monday, May 28, 2018. Regular business hours will resume on May 29.

Join The Well for one or more of our summer discussions, each centering in a different health topic.
The Well is hosting four 1-hour luncheons throughout the summer to hear what you have to say about health initiatives on our campus. Your feedback will help guide our program and campaigns for the upcoming academic year.
Free lunch provided. Lunch starts at 11:30 am.
RSVPs not required. Bring a friend.
Mark Your Calendar
June 8 LBC 208
June 22 LBC 208
July 13 Caroline Richardson
July 27 LBC 208

Join The Well for one or more of our summer discussions, each centering in a different health topic.
The Well is hosting four 1-hour luncheons throughout the summer to hear what you have to say about health initiatives on our campus. Your feedback will help guide our program and campaigns for the upcoming academic year.
Free lunch provided. Lunch starts at 11:30 am.
RSVPs not required. Bring a friend.
Mark Your Calendar
June 8 LBC 208
June 22 LBC 208
July 13 Caroline Richardson
July 27 LBC 208

Join The Well for one or more of our summer discussions, each centering in a different health topic.
The Well is hosting four 1-hour luncheons throughout the summer to hear what you have to say about health initiatives on our campus. Your feedback will help guide our program and campaigns for the upcoming academic year.
Free lunch provided. Lunch starts at 11:30 am.
RSVPs not required. Bring a friend.
Mark Your Calendar
June 8 LBC 208
June 22 LBC 208
July 13 Caroline Richardson
July 27 LBC 208

Join The Well for one or more of our summer discussions, each centering in a different health topic.
The Well is hosting four 1-hour luncheons throughout the summer to hear what you have to say about health initiatives on our campus. Your feedback will help guide our program and campaigns for the upcoming academic year.
Free lunch provided. Lunch starts at 11:30 am.
RSVPs not required. Bring a friend.
Mark Your Calendar
June 8 LBC 208
June 22 LBC 208
July 13 Caroline Richardson
July 27 LBC 208

The Well for Health Promotion is partnering with the Howard Tilton Memorial Library to bring you a STUDY BREAK. Stop by the basement of Howard-Tilton for:
Free Chair Massages* 
Brain Food
Space to Relax
Giveaways
Activities
Self-Care Resources
*Massages are given on a first-come, first-served basis to 40 students. 
A valid Student Splash ID is required for entry.

The Well for Health Promotion is partnering with SALUD to bring you a STUDY BREAK on the downtown campus.
Free Chair Massages* | Brain Food | Space to Relax 
Giveaways | Activities | Self-Care Resources
*Massages are given on a first-come, first-served basis to 40 students.  
A valid Student Splash ID is required for entry.

Spring break and festival season are quickly approaching! Come to Live Well Fest, sponsored by The Well, to pick up give-aways like sunscreen, sexual health resources, and wellness tips to have a have a safe and healthy spring break and festival experience. Participate to enter your name to win a grand-prize gift basket.

"Chasing the Dragon: The Life of an Opiate Addict" is an hour-long film that aims to combat the growing epidemic of prescription drug and heroin abuse through education about the dangers of addiction. Following the screening there will be a panel Q&A with professionals.

Hosting social events with alcohol is a privilege granted to student organizations by Tulane University. The Alcohol Policy requires student organizations that wish to host events with alcohol to have Sober Event Monitors in place during their event. The Sober Event Monitor training helps students make sound choices when faced with difficult decisions about alcohol use. The training is an interactive, discussion-based program facilitated by a trained Sober Event Monitor facilitator.
Sober Event Monitor Eligibility

Hosting social events with alcohol is a privilege granted to student organizations by Tulane University. The Alcohol Policy requires student organizations that wish to host events with alcohol to have Sober Event Monitors in place during their event. The Sober Event Monitor training helps students make sound choices when faced with difficult decisions about alcohol use. The training is an interactive, discussion-based program facilitated by a trained Sober Event Monitor facilitator.
Sober Event Monitor Eligibility

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