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In compliance with NJ State Law A1190 - P.L. 2007, Stockton College provides its students and employees access to U.S. Government Information on Organ and Tissue Donation and Transplantation. Click here for more information.
The Wellness Center at Stockton will encompass the following Dimensions of Wellness:
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Physical: solid knowledge of the body, its functions, and maintenance, develop and maintain cardiovascular health, flexibility, muscular strength and endurance, body composition, health self-care, nutritional awareness and a comprehension of the dangers of addictive substances.
Intellectual: a cognitive process whereby an individual develops and experiences unique approaches to existing issues and problems, the use of educational and human resources to enhance one’s skills and knowledge base, decision making, life planning, access and use of knowledge, learning disabilities.
Emotional: knowledge and acceptance of one’s feelings, stress management, psychological awareness.
Social respect: acceptance and celebration of diverse populations and their ideas, fostering a positive self image and improving interpersonal social skills, building healthy relationships.
Spiritual: finding purpose and meaning in human existence, conscious awareness of the depth and expanse of life. A humble appreciation of nature.
Occupational: goal setting, meaning and purpose in work, work satisfaction.
Environmental: injury prevention, safety precautions, establishing a positive respect for ones surroundings.
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