Wellness Education


PSU Wellness Education promotes a culture of multi-dimensional wellness through education and programming designed to inspire and empower healthy lifestyles on campus and in the community.

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8 Dimensions of Wellness

  • Physical
  • Mental
  • Occupational
  • Financial
  • Environmental
  • Social
  • Spiritual
  • Intellectual

The ability to maintain a positive state of health and well-being; the role you take in maintaining your body for strength, vitality, and energy.

The ability to adopt a balanced and realistic perspective on life, while coping with emotions and everyday stressors in a healthy and effective manner.

The ability to achieve a balance between school, work, and leisure time, addressing stress and building relationships with co-workers, family, and peers.

The ability to manage current and future financial situations, while living within your means.

The livability of a community’s surroundings and each individual's responsibility to protect, nurture, encourage, raise awareness, and support the physical environment.

The ability to establish and maintain diverse and inclusive relationships with people in our world.

The ability to identify, process, and understand beliefs, values and ethics which give meaning and provide direction in one's life.

The ability to maintain an active and open mind which contributes positively to one’s personal pursuits, group interactions, and community involvement.

8 Wellness Dimensions

Peer Health

Why Peer Education?

It is our belief that peer education is an effective instrument in which one may deliver information to a target audience, since the messenger is more like them in lifestyle and circumstances.

What to Expect

Our programs and workshops are highly versatile and adaptive, giving us the opportunity to cater our message to our target audience.


Wellness Education encourages smart and safe decision-making. Never drink and drive. SEK-CAP provides a van and a Kansas Department of Transportation trained and certified drive for the PSU SafeRide program from 8pm - 3am on the following days:

  • Wednesday
  • Thursday
  • Friday
  • Saturday
SafeRide transportation is also available two hours prior to kickoff until two hours after each home football game.

Rides are provided in the Frontenac - Pittsburg area. Call 620-719-0135 to schedule a ride.

Contact Us

Megan Johnson
Program Coordinator

Advocacy Services & Wellness Education
104 Bryant Student Health Center
(620) 235-4831
Email Megan