Those who enjoy intellectual wellness continually challenge their minds. An active mind is essential to wellness because it detects problems and finds solutions. People who enjoy intellectual wellness never stop learning. They seek out and relish new experiences and challenges.
Qualities and behaviors associated with intellectual wellness:
- Openness to new ideas
- Capacity to question
- Ability to think critically
- Motivation to master new skills
- Sense of humor
- Lifelong learning
- University resources
- The Advising and Academic Resource Center (AARC) helps students define and focus their desired outcomes, graduate on time, and achieve greater career success after graduation.
- The Peer Assisted Supplemental Study (PASS) program helps students in traditionally difficult classes.
- Peer Academic Coaching (PAC) provides individual, short-term, target assistance to students to help develop better organizational skills.
- The College Success Strategies (GS 104) course helps students develop good study habits like time management, note-taking, test preparation, and most importantly, critical reading, writing, and thinking skills.
- The Academic Coaching Program (ACP) offers individual coaching for students on academic warning or probation.
- The Center for Accessibility and Disability Resources works to guarantee all students with documented disabilities equal access to an education limited only by personal ability and not by disability, and supports students in obtaining reasonable accommodations.
- The Modern Language Resource Center (MLRC) offers free tutoring and conversation practice in French, German, Latin, and Spanish.
- The Alton L. Wilmer Writing Center offers a broad range of free tutorial services to help improve writing skills.