Attend the Fair
Attendees will get to explore health and wellness options with both community and campus vendors. Each of the eight dimensions of wellness (environmental, spiritual, intellectual, occupational, social, financial, physical, and emotional) will be represented throughout the fair. Plus, tons of great giveaways and free chair massage.
UNO and UNMC department/organization registration is complimentary.
Volunteers make this event more and more successful every year. Any student, faculty, or staff member interested in helping should email Zach McGee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We can't put on this incredible event without our generous sponsors!
For a $300 sponsorship fee, we provide your business with your logo with link to your website on the Wellness Center website, a booth in a prime location during Health and Wellness Fair, and recognition as a sponsor on H&K digital signs leading up to and during the Health and Wellness Fair.
If your business or company is interested in being a sponsor at the Health & Wellness Fair, register online through Shop Wellness or contact Angelica Jensen at email@example.com for more information.
Faculty who are interested in offering credit, extra or otherwise, need to fill out a form to collect class and professor information for the day of the event.
Know Your Numbers | Wellness Blood Screenings
Don't miss an opportunity to find out vital information about your current health.
Blood Screening for 2018 will be located in H&K 108 (Injury Prevention and Care).
Blood Screening will only be available on November 1 between the hours of 6:30 A.M. and 10 A.M. Fasting is required 12 hours prior to your appointment. The day of your appointment you will be required to sign a consent and release form.
Walk in appointments not available and spots are limited. Pre-registration required.
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