Intellectual Wellness

intellectual-wellness

Intellectual wellness includes engaging your personal creativity through the use of stimulating mental activities to expand your knowledge and skills to help you discover the potential for sharing your gifts with others.

OHSU offers many intellectual wellness resources for students and postdoctoral scholars to help ensure health and healing are at the forefront of their educational and professional experience.

JBT Health & Wellness Center Resources

For more information, please call JBT at 503-494-8665 to schedule an appointment.

 

Center for Diversity & Inclusion (CDI) Resources

  • Study Skills

For more information, please visit CDI's website or call them at 503-494-5657.

 

Library Resources

  • Library Services

For more information, please visit the library's website or call them at 503-494-3460

 

March Wellness Resources

  • Book readings
  • March Wellness newsletter - Read More
  • OHSU Sports Medicine Blog - Read More

For more information, please visit the March Wellness website or call them at 503-418-6272.

 

All-Hill Student Council Resources

  • Quiz Bowl

For more information, please visit the All-Hill Student Council's website.

 

OHSU Student Interest Group Resources

For more information on student interest groups at OHSU, please visit the Student Interest Group website, or call the Student Center at 503-494-8295.

 

Student Center Resources

  • Documentary Series

For more information, please visit the Student Center's website or call them at 503-494-8295.

 

Teaching & Learning Center (TLC) Resources

The TLC assists students in identifying services at OHSU that can help them achieve their educational and personal goals. In coordination with the OHSU Library, the TLC can also assist students with writing and scholarly research.

For more information about the TLC, please visit their website or call them at 1-877-972-5249.

 

Do you know of other resources?

Please email JBT's Wellness Coordinator with the following information:

  • What the resource is
  • Which wellness category it is primarily associated with
  • Links or brief information about the resource