The Campus Recreation and Wellness Center will be resuming operation under normal hours starting on Tuesday, January 18th.
This year students have the opportunity to play an active role in celebrating and reflecting on the legacy and life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by competing in the MLK Day Art and Essay Competitions. The winner of each competition will be announced at the Commemoration Celebration and will receive an $100 Visa Gift Card. Sponsored by the UH Student Government Association.
The Center for Diversity and Inclusion is hosting this year’s MLK Gallery. Stop by the Multipurpose Room throughout the week to learn more about civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr. and the 1954-1968 Civil Rights Movement.
Tea Tuesday provides students a chance to stop by UH Wellness to grab a free cup of tea and chat with other students. Typically there is a topic of the day and multiple teas to pick from. The UH Wellness Office is located within the Rec center.
This group is a good fit for those who may feel socially isolated, have difficulties connecting with others, suffer from excessive self-criticism, or have problems asserting themselves in relationships.
Let’s Talk- mental health consultations with a CAPS clinician available to any member of the UH community (staff, faculty students)
Worship Service for Jesus by Chi Alpha Christian Fellowship at UH.