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Residential Learning Communities

Wellness Community

Philosophy: Wellness is a way of life that emphasizes the whole person through a positive approach to healthy living and is more than the absence of disease. It involves education, prevention and promotion of self-responsibility in maintaining health. The Wellness community provides a comfortable environment for students who have made the commitment to abstain from the use of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs.

Residential Mission: Empower on-campus individuals to reach their full potential and enrich their quality of life by embracing the eight dimensions of wellness where they live, work, and play.

The menís Wellness community will be on the 3rd floor of McCulloch Hall and the womenís on the 3rd floor of Cook Hall. Each of these hall rooms are traditional residence hall style, with shared community bathrooms. Each floor in Cook & McCulloch Hall houses 30-45 students and two students are assigned to each room.

Healthy lifestyles are the focus of this community, along with the "8 Dimensions of Wellness" identified at www.minotstateu.edu/wellness.