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 Campus Wellness launches the 8 Dimensions of Wellness 

  • Environmental: The recognition of interdependence with nature.
  • Emotional: The awareness and acceptance of feelings and emotions.
  • Intellectual: The openness to new concepts and ideas.
  • Physical: Maintenance of a healthy body through good nutrition, regular exercise, and avoidance of harmful habits.
  • Social: The ability to perform social roles effectively, comfortably, and without harming others.
  • Spiritual: The meaning and purpose of human existence
  • Occupational: The ability to enjoy a chosen career and/or contribute to society through volunteer activities. 
  • Financial: It is not necessarily about being wealthy, but it is a state of psychological well being in which one feels they have control over their current finances and financial future. 

Did you know there are 8 Dimensions of Wellness?  People equate exercise, working out and good nutrition as wellness, but that just scratches the surface of the physical dimension, which is only one of eight.  

“Physical wellness is easily identifiable in today’s society and with college students,” said Georgia Childs, associate director of ECU’s Office of Campus Wellness.  “After that, most folks might recognize emotional and social wellness as having impacts on their lives.”  (Read More)


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Governor McCrory Creates Task Force to Combat Substance Abuse and Underage Drinking

Greenville, N.C. -  Governor Pat McCrory signed an executive order today that creates a multi-agency task force aimed at reducing substance abuse and underage drinking. The Governor’s Substance Abuse and Underage Drinking Prevention and Treatment Task Force will build on statewide prevention, treatment and enforcement initiatives implemented by the Alcohol Beverage Control (ABC) Commission, Alcohol Law Enforcement (ALE) Division, the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) and the University of North Carolina (UNC) System. (Read More)

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ECU Orientation Goes Mobile

Students and parents attending New Student Orientation this summer will have access to a mobile guide to aid in their experience. Guidebook, a free mobile app, can be downloaded from the Apple App Store or the Android Marketplace. 

Through the app, participants can access the New Student Orientation student and family schedules, a campus map, a list of Campus Resources, a New Student Checklist, and a way to upload and share photos on the app and through social media.  The app, which also includes the updated Plunge into Purple (PIP) schedule, will be available into the fall semester for students to access. PIP is a series of programs and events in the first 4-6 weeks of each semester designed to engage and connect first year students to campus. (Read More)


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Fletcher Hall Major Renovations

Fletcher Residence, in ECU’s West End Neighborhood, has undergone significant renovations to the student centric space located in the bottom level of the hall.  The building opened in 1963 and was named after Inglis Fletcher, a writer of historical novels who resided in Edenton, NC. She was at the dedication of the building, which drew such a crowd due to her notoriety that ceremony was held in the football stadium. When it first opened, Fletcher Hall was the tallest building in Greenville and was often referred to as the “skyscraper dorm” by locals. It was originally built to be a women’s residence hall but has been co-ed for many years.  (See Before and After Photos)


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New SGA Officers Sworn In 
By: Crystal Baity - ECU News

An East Carolina University junior and three sophomores will lead the university’s Student Government Association for the 2014-2015 school year.

Junior Michael King of Prince George, Virginia; sophomore Jake Srednicki of Mahopac, New York; sophomore Kaitlyn Dutton of Greenville; and sophomore Katie Swanner of Huntersville all said they are excited to get started in their new positions.

As president, King will also serve on the ECU Board of Trustees as an ex-officio member and said he is looking forward to the leadership experience. He will join the Board of Trustees in July.  (Read More) 

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