Morrison Family Center for Student Well-Being
Thrive Navigators is a departmental student organization under the leadership of Lafene Health Center and the Morrison Family Center for Student Well-being. Members are passionate about students' emotional well-being and mental health.
Courses for Credit
EDCEP 103: Healthful and Safe College Life
The Healthful and Safe College Life course addresses pertinent health topics that impact college students and gives them the knowledge to make informed decisions when faced with difficult situations. The course is completed entirely online through Kansas State University. Upon completion, the student will earn 3 undergraduate credit hours which can be applied to the K-State 8 requirements.
Health Promotion Services, Resources, & Events
21st Birthday Project
By email invitation only. The 21st Birthday Project at Lafene Health Center aims to reduce harmful drinking patterns surrounding K-State students’ 21st birthday celebrations. THIS PROJECT IS ON HOLD AT THIS TIME.
Adulting 101 is a series of interactive workshops designed to teach K-State students basic life skills that are not offered in the academic classroom.
The Bandana Project
The Bandana Project is a nationwide awareness campaign to destigmatize the discussion around mental health. Learn more and request training here.
Bulletin Board in a Bag
We know you spend a great amount of time preparing your bulletin boards for your communities. We hope we have made it easier for you by providing a wide variety of bulletin board resources and posters you can print for your hall. Wish we had a topic not currently available? Let us know; we are always looking for additional ideas.
Project Waypoint is a 90-minute in-person workshop to help faculty/staff learn how to recognize and respond to signs of distress in their students. For inquiries, e-mail Chris Bowman (email@example.com).
Thrive@Kansas State University is a podcast for students, faculty/staff, and anyone else who wants to advance their overall well-being. This podcast will define well-being, talk about mental health and discuss available resources with leaders in our community. Listen on all major streaming platforms (Spotify, Apple).
This series called Wildcat Reset is being introduced by the Morrison Family Center for Student Well-being to help faculty introduce micro-strategies to students that can help reset their minds and advance their well-being.