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Our commitment to develop the whole person. 

Well-being supports our Mission

Campbell’s mission to prepare students for purposeful lives and meaningful service is a commitment to develop the whole person. This lives in a student experience that is focused on the attention to one’s well-being and how students matter and thrive here, and ultimately how they contribute to human flourishing in the places they are called to go and serve.  


Rhythms and Practices

Well-being is a holistic approach that expands the view of wellness beyond physical and emotional. It allows our community to establish life long practices and rhythms as we pay attention to our own well-being and the well-being of those around us. 

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How do I use the well-being wheel?

The eight dimensions of the well-being wheel are interconnected and represent dimensions of a person’s life, and when balanced and tended to, can lead to thriving and flourishing. You can use the wheel to reflect and evaluate your overall well-being and to keep up with how you are practicing well-being in that area.

Like the dimensions of the wheel are connected so are these areas of your life. Learning to see one as dependent on the other can lead to ways of being that will contribute to your well-being and the well-being of those around you. 

Our goals

Identify ways of being that reflect purposeful lives and meaningful service. 
Cultivate rhythms that lead to better health and well-being. 
Sustain a culture of well-being that supports the flourishing of students, faculty, and staff at the university and in life beyond Campbell.