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Mission to Wellness
Support for physical and mental well being of all SCU employees available on the Mission to Wellness site.
Employee Assistance Program
Santa Clara offers faculty, staff, and their dependents access to a full range of Employee Assistance Program benefits, including confidential personal counseling/coaching, legal assistance, and financial consultation. For more information, contact Human Resources at 408-554-4392
Are you working ergonomically at home and on campus? Check out Environmental Health and Safety's self-assessment checklist.
Fitness and Recreation Center
Santa Clara University encourages all faculty and staff to use the Fitness and Recreation Center, Aquatic Center, and the Tennis Center to improve their personal health and well-being. Access to these facilities is free for faculty, staff, and their spouses; fitness classes are available for a nominal charge. For more information about the facilities, hours of operations, and upcoming activities, please visit the Campus Recreation website.
Bronco Urban Gardens, BUG, for short, is a new partnership between Santa Clara’s Environmental Studies Institute, and the Silicon Valley HealthCorps. BUG, an environmental justice initiative, aims to increase community food security, sustainability, and environmental literacy in Santa Clara County. Americorps volunteers support the creation of urban gardens and garden education programs. BUG also oversees the Forge Garden, Santa Clara’s half acre education and community garden on the corner of Benton and Sherman streets.
Sustainable Success: Best Practices for Optimizing your Eco-System!
Did you miss the seminar with Tevis Rose Trower, President of Balance Integration Corporation? Watch the podcast to find out what she had to say about Biology, Brain, and Bandwidth; Leadership and Innovation; Organizational Best Practices; Personal Best Practices; and What not to do (or, those practices that earn an “F”)