(Sept. 25, 2013) -- UTSA Student Health Services and groups across the UTSA campuses will present Rowdy Wellness Day at the Downtown Campus from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 2. A health expo will feature health screenings, wellness activities and educational seminars on improving one’s health. The free event is open to students, faculty and staff.
By screening for health issues, encouraging use of the Campus Recreation facilities and educating participants on healthier lifestyle choices, Wellness Day will help Downtown Campus Roadrunners to become healthier and more active.
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Rowdy Wellness Day at the Downtown Campus
Health Screenings -- Frio Street Building Multipurpose Room (1.402), 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Health Information Fair -- Frio Street Building Commons, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Presentations -- Buena Vista Street Building Room 1.332
Body Composition Analysis -- Campus Recreation, Durango Building Room 3.302
Campus Recreation Open -- Durango Building Room 3.302
Rowdy Wellness Day at the Downtown Campus is made possible through the collaboration of ARAMARK, Environmental Health Safety and Risk Management, SECC Presidential Advisory Committee, Campus Recreation, Human Resources Benefits Office, Student Health Services, Counseling Services and Rowdy New U.
This program is endorsed by the Mayor's Fitness Council.
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