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Two faculty members run the Queer Coalition table at the New Faculty Orientation.

Faculty, Staff and Retirees

Health Promotion and Wellness serves as the campus resource for wellness and preventive health by leading health promotion action at Illinois State University. A vibrant and engaged workforce furthers a wellness-centered culture on campus.

Health Promotion and Wellness Resources for Faculty, Staff and Retirees

Learn about the necessary resources to create a healthy and supportive work environment.

If you need an accommodation to fully participate in this event, please contact Health Promotion and Wellness at or (309) 438-WELL (9355). Please allow sufficient time to arrange the accommodation.

Mission, Vision, and Values

Health Promotion and Wellness mission, vision, and guiding principles align with the Student Affairs strategic plan and the University strategic plan Educate, Connect, Elevate.

Principles of Practice

  • Programs and services address the health and wellness needs of students, staff, and faculty.
  • Programs and services are theory-based, evidence-informed, and designed to meet needs identified through data.
  • Program planning and evaluation considers the diverse needs of the campus, with particular attention to historically excluded and high risk populations.
  • Collaboration with campus and community stakeholders is integral to program effectiveness.
  • Effective health communication and marketing practices advance wellbeing.
  • Behavior change occurs on the individual and community level. To change behavior we use educational and environmental strategies.
  • Staff integrate cultural competency, social justice, and health equity concepts into programs and services.