The Randall Lewis Center for Well-Being and Research provides resources for physical, emotional, and mental well-being for students, faculty, and staff at the University of La Verne and its surrounding region.
The University of La Verne is dedicated to holistic education, which means supporting students inside and outside of the classroom. How well a student feels in all areas of their life impacts their capacity to learn and succeed in their studies and after graduation. Faculty and staff well-being is also important, so they can be at their best in teaching and mentoring students. Acknowledging the deep connections between well-being and higher education, the Lewis Center provides:
- wellness programming for University of La Verne students, faculty, and staff in areas including mindfulness, managing stress, sleep hygiene, nutrition, and sexual health;
- a fitness center, including indoor and outdoor fitness areas, studios for movement classes, and locker rooms with showers;
- spaces for students, faculty, and staff to gather and collaborate on issues of well-being;
- online resources for the University of La Verne community, including regional and online campuses; and
- teaching and collaborative research opportunities for students and faculty to advance knowledge about the field of well-being.
The Lewis Center will ultimately support residents of Inland Southern California through research and programming partnerships with a wide network of regional community and health organizations.