B-Healthy

The mission of the Healthy Campus Initiative is to cultivate a culture and environment of health and well-being that is supportive of individuals and groups in pursuit of their optimal potential.

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Binghamton a healthier campus.

The goal of Binghamton University's Healthy Campus Initiative (HCI) is to create an environment and identity that encourages and supports healthy living. Improving the health and well-being of our community and its members improves students' capacity to learn, reduces some of the high-impact impediments to academic performance, improves student retention by improving coping strategies and psychological health, and sets the stage for lifelong healthy living. Workplace wellness for faculty and staff can positively impact employee health and job satisfaction, boost engagement and enhance productivity, resulting in greater employee retention and institutional cost savings.
Steps to B-Healthy

Steps to B-Healthy

Walking is an easy and effective way to increase activity levels, manage stress and encourage camaraderie. Participants in this free program compete in monthly contests and receive rewards for meeting step goals. Healthier students, faculty and staff mean a healthier University.

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Well-being Grant

Well-being Grant

Funding is available to students, faculty and staff who are taking an active role in the health and well-being of our campus community.  

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Mental Health and Well-being

Mental Health and Well-being

Offices across campus are engaged in supporting the well-being and mental health of Binghamton University students. 

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 Campus Impact


Student feeding Baxter at Healthy Campus event
Personal trainer working with faculty member

Students picking veggies at BU Acres

of new students believe Binghamton University is concerned with their personal health/wellness (from 2018 New Student Orientation evaluation)
of University faculty and staff believe their health and well-being impacts student success and learning (from 2017 ACHA-NFSHA survey)
of undergrad and grad students rated their overall health as excellent or very good (from 2018 ACHA-NCHA survey)

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