Get Involved at UNL

There are so many opportunities that support wellness going on in the Lincoln Community and at UNL. The most current opportunities will always be found on the home page of this site, check it out to see the latest and greatest. These opportunities are available to the entire UNL community, family, and friends. Feel free to invite others to take advantage of Wellness at UNL, too.

Join Our Team of Wellness Ambassadors

In order to assist the Chancellor's Committee on Wellness to promote, plan and model a balanced lifestyle, we are in search of Wellness Ambassadors. The wellness ambassadors are people interested in helping themselves and others within their process of awareness to make healthy choices in order to meet their individual goals.

There is no body type, education level, department or position to become a Wellness Ambassador! Only the desire to help promote wellness at UNL and encourage others to work toward a more balanced lifestyle. If you are interested in becoming a Wellness Ambassador, please contact us at 472-3410 or Kimberly Barrett,

Workplace Wellness Workshop Opportunity

Wellness workshops will raise employee awareness about their health, help them understand their susceptibility to stress and disease, motivate them to make important changes that will reduce risks and enhance the quality of their lives. Workshop topics include: nutrition and/or healthy eating, general physical activity, adding physical activity into your workday, deskercises, energy/stress management, and more! Customizable presentations, workshops, and events are available by request.

Schedule a Workshop

To schedule a workshop for your group, please fill out the Workplace Wellness Request Form at least 2 weeks in advance. Some workshops may be co-hosted with other UNL departments.

Download the Workplace Wellness Request Form


Want to Particpate in Wellness Events?  Click Here
Looking for Specific Wellness Resources?  Click Here and/or choose your element under the "Wellness Model" tab.

"Wishing all the best and good health"

                 -Kimberly Barrett, Assistant Director for Wellness Services, UNL Campus                      Recreation