Environmental wellness involves recognizing the interactions between your environment, your community, and yourself.
"Environment" is an expansive word that includes your daily surroundings such as your campus, home, work or neighborhood. Each of these environments can impact your health. On this page you will learn about steps you can take to make your environments safer to keep you healthier.
How to enhance your environmental wellness:
- Cultivate environments that support well-being at every opportunity (e.g., when you're hosting a party).
- Call out disrespectful or harassing behaviors and comments that create a negative social environment.
- Use the health, wellness and safety resources available to you (e.g., University Health Services, Department of Public Safety).
- Practice environmentally conscious behaviors (e.g., recycling, energy conservation).
How is your environmental wellness? Take a self-assessment!
These resources are available to support your success and protect your health and safety at Princeton. They can also teach you how to contribute to others' lives and respect nature:
- Campus Dining – Sustainable Dining
- Department of Public Safety
- Office of Disability Services (for undergraduate and graduate students
- Office of Diversity and Inclusion for Campus Life
- Environmental Health and Safety
- Information Security Office
- Outdoor Action
- Pace Center for Civic Engagement (for undergraduate and graduate students)
- Sexual Harassment/Assault Advising, Resources and Education (SHARE) (link is external) (for undergraduate and graduate students)
- Sustainability at Princeton
- University Health Services