Healthy Living Connection

Healthy Living Connection

Social

Social

The socially well person relates to and connects with other people in the world.  This person is able to establish and maintain positive relationships with family, friends and co-workers.  Relationships are based on interdependence, mutual trust and respect, equality of power and cultural competence.

ACTION PLAN: Make an effort to meet your neighbor or members of your congregation. Join or even form a club or team. Designate a night out with friends.

NAME/LINK DESCRIPTION CONTACT ADDITIONAL DIMENSIONS
Academic, Administrative, & Professional Women (AAPW) AAPW provides opportrunities for women at the university to network across our many campuses and to be a part of a collective voice on issues important to women.

Jeannie Holsing
558-4444

CAREER
Campus
Recreation
Center

Start a game of pick-up basketball, climb our rock wall, swim in the pool, or join in a group fitness class.  All are welcome at the CRC/FC; you don't have to be a student!
Member Services
513-556-0604
PHYSICAL, EMOTIONAL, CULTURAL
Campus Ministries Association
The CMA is a network of religious groups that helps members of the UC Community to build relationships with each other.  We can connect you with a group of people who will give you belonging and support. Rev. Alice Connor
513-899-1646
SOCIAL,
SPIRITUAL
Counseling
Center
We address issues that prevent students from enjoying their social life. Through individual and group counseling, students learn to better relate to others, engage in classes and organizations, and connect with opportunities to grow and have fun. Dr. Laura Malosh
513-556-0648
EMOTIONAL,
CULTURAL,
SPIRITUAL
Office of Ethnic Programs and Services The Office of Ethnic Programs and Services seeks to promote student development through diversity programming that enhances cross-cultural interpersonal skills.  Students are provided opportunities to share individual experiences regardless of race, nationality and culture. Xiao Yan (Catherine) Huang
513-556-6008
CULTURAL, INTELLECTUAL
OMBUDS The Ombuds program assists students, faculty and staff with interpersonal conflict and assists in facilitating successful communication.  The Ombuds office facilitates conversations, mediates disputes and provides conflict coaching for individuals.  We are confidential, informal, impartial and independent. Jean Griffin
513-556-5956
EMOTIONAL, CULTURAL, FINANCIAL
Student Life
UC Main Campus
The Department of Student Life at UC is dedicated to the educational, development and service needs of students while providing a social environment for connection on campus. Office
513-556-6814
CULTURAL
Student Life
UC Blue Ash
The UCBA Student Life Office offers social programs and events for students, faculty and staff that serve to help them connect with other members of the campus community in fun and informal ways. Marcus Langford
513-745-5773
INTELLECTUAL,
FINANCIAL
Student Wellness Center The Student Wellness Centers offers Friday Night Live, which is an alcohol-free entertainment program, every Friday night.  All events are fun, free and open to all students! Regan Johnson
513-556-6124
FINANCIAL, INTELLECTUAL, PHYSICAL
UCAAMP UCAAMP offers an opportunity for professionals to meet colleagues across campus.  Membership is open to unrepresented, unclassified professionals, administrators and managers.  Monthly lunch programs provide educational and networking opportunities.
Pallavi Patel
513-556-1267
CAREER
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