Wellness Resources

Wellness is not merely the absence of illness or distress – it is a lifelong process of making decisions to live a more balanced and meaningful life. There are always opportunities for enhancing your wellness. A good way to start is by evaluating your current state and establishing systems to guide you towards a fuller sense of well-being.

icon of Human Head with GearEmotional Wellness

Emotional Wellness: understanding your own feelings and expressing emotions in a constructive way, and having the ability to deal with stress and cope with life’s challenges

UNK Counseling Center

UNK Health Promotion Office


Peer Wellness Coaches 


S.A.F.E. Center


icon of a person runningPhysical Wellness

Physical Wellness: making choices to avoid harmful habits and practice behaviors that support your physical body, health and safety

Student Health

Campus Recreation

UNK Police

Loper Pantry

Office of Equity and Compliance

bulb iconIntellectual and Occupational Wellness

Intellectual Wellness: engaging in creative and mentally stimulating activities, expanding your knowledge through cultural, artistic, or skill-based learning, and sharing knowledge and skill with others

Occupational Wellness: getting personal fulfillment from your job or academic pursuits, and contributing to knowledge and skills, while maintaining a work-life balance

Learning Commons

Academic Success Office


Study Abroad

Academic Advising and Career Development

Graduate Studies

Group iconSocial Wellness

Social Wellness: building and maintaining a diversity of supportive relationships, and dealing effectively with interpersonal conflict

Student Organizations

Office for Intercultural Engagement and Leadership

Military and Veteran Services

Healthy vs. Unhealthy Relationships

icon of a person hikingSpiritual Wellness

Spiritual Wellness: having beliefs and values that provide a sense of purpose and help give meaning and purpose to your life, and acting in alignment with those beliefs

Campus Ministries

Outdoor Adventures