Be your best self—today and every day. At Trinity, health and wellness initiatives support Tigers in all aspects of growth, maturation, and development.
Find Your Happy Place
Explore a number of places set aside on campus to engage in spiritual practice.
Some are tucked away; some are hiding in plain sight. Renew perspective or get away from it all.
Find peace of mind in our Oasis Room, where any student may take a 30-minute breather.
The Staff and Faculty Wellness Committee at Trinity University aims to make the Trinity Campus a place where:
- healthy behaviors are promoted, encouraged, and supported
- employees have easy access to programs to help them make better lifestyle choices
- employees have the opportunity to easily practice healthy lifestyle behaviors
Recreation and Fitness
- Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and learn more about employee weekday fitness class
Partake in employee intramural sports
Health Assessment and Tools
Log on to your Aetna Navigator account, click on the Stay Healthy tab, then complete the Health Assessment for wellness reminders, tips, and available wellness discounts
Employee Assistance Program
Sign up for an on-site ergonomics assessment
Additional Wellness Resources
- Keep an eye out for information about the Chat & Chew monthly series in the Leeroy newsletter
Discover local wellness discounts
The LeeRoy Daily News includes events and announcements expressly for the Trinity community and is a great place to keep up to date on all the great programs Trinity has to offer its employees.
Our team is here for you.
When it comes to your overall health and wellbeing, we know it takes commitment.
Meet the Coordinator
Katherine Hewitt, MPH, CHES
Katherine has served in the role of Trinity's first Wellness Coordinator for the past four years. She oversees health education programs for students, faculty, and staff. She is a part-time instructor in the Physical Education department, teaching an experiential learning wellness practicum and independent study students. She serves on several university committees including chairing the Staff & Faculty wellness committee, as well as Staff Advisor to TU Fit: The Health Club. Katherine was instrumental in the process of making Trinity a tobacco-free campus in 2017.
Katherine received her Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES) certification in May 2016.
Interested in an individual or group health and wellness presentation consultation?
Contact Wellness Services, email@example.com, directly to schedule. Please allow 1-2 weeks notice for your request to be created, reviewed, and processed.