The Wellness Committee's goal is to help facilitate opportunities for a healthy lifestyle for our faculty and staff. The events will focus on Eight Dimension of Wellness: Physical, Psychological, Intellectual, Environmental, Occupational, Social, Financial, and Spiritual.

Robinson Center 

  • Offers a variety of facilities including a weight lifting room, swimming, and basketball courts to KU faculty and staff.  Click here to learn more.

Employee Assistance Program (EAP) (PDF)

  • EAP  offers State of Kansas employees and their family members 8 counseling sessions at no cost and there's face-to-face counseling sessions for those serious issues like stress, anxiety, marital difficulties, and many others.  EAP also offers financial resources, legal, and many others. Please read the PDF for details and contact information.
  • EAP also offers a variety of free presentations and webinars (PDF list, PDF short descriptions). If you're department is interested in hosting one please contact Alec Hawley at least 30 days in advance:

                              Alec Hawley, Account Representative
                              ComPsyc Corporation
                              900 SW Jackson, RM 900N, Topeka, KS 66612
                              Telephone (office): 785-296-8452  |  Telephone (mobile): 785-506-3233


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