NEW! Introducing the PAWdcast
We are bringing conversations around health and wellness to students via podcasts. Hosted by our Peer Ambassador of Wellness (PAW) volunteers, this series will engage campus experts in conversations to support the development of healthy habits during changing times.
Follow us @FSHealthCenter as we announce the weekly release of our new PAWdcast series or check back here weekly to listen to episodes as they become available.
Tips for surviving and thriving in our current virtual learning environment.
Fresno State resources available to support you personally and academically.
Self-care strategies, how to fit it in, and ways to get creative.
Staying Physically Active
Physical activity, how much you need, how to fit it in and have fun.
How to build, maintain and improve all of the relationships in our lives.
How to create and maintain balance in your school, work and personal responsibilities.
What it is, what it isn't, how to recognize it, and how to break the stigma of seeking help.
Understanding and coping with anxiety resources available to Fresno State students.
Ways to build a healthy diet and resources to help you maintain a nutritious lifestyle.
Hunger and Homelessness
Explore the topic of basic needs resources for hunger and homelessness.
Art and Mental Health
Let's talk about the intersection between art, mental health and our overall health and well-being.
Tips and tools to help you stress less plus resources at your fingertips to help you succeed.
New Year, New You
Learn to set goals, keep the motivation alive, and add healthy habits into your routine in 2021.
What it is, how to achieve it, and how to maximize your higher education experience along the way.
Let's talk about sex, sexual health, consent, and taking charge of your body.
Explore what it means to be "alone together" and strategies for maintaining connections during the pandemic.
Financial Aid for Food
Food, finances, and resources to support your grocery budget with up $204 a month.
Simple steps for starting conversations and making connections outside of the classroom.