Our Purpose To promote a culture of belonging through innovative spaces, programs & experiences.
Our Vision To make wellness a priority for every person in the CU Denver community. To do wellness differently.
Coping effectively with feelings & thoughts to build resiliency.
Take appropriate steps to cope with problems having to do with emotional wellness.
Tune into your personal thoughts and feelings.
Actively communicate your feelings.
Create opportunities for valuable conversations and discussions.
Prioritizing nutrition, physical activity, sleep and health related behaviors to create a resilient body.
Go on an adventure.
Walk your dog.
Cook with friends/family.
Train for an event.
Possessing a set of values & beliefs that help give direction to one’s life.
Take “quiet time” to meditate.
Think or just breathe.
Developing a sense of connection and belonging through relationships with friends, family & community.
Make an effort to meet your neighbor or members of your congregation.
Join or even form a club or team.
Designate a night out with friends.
Occupying, preserving & sustaining pleasant & stimulating natural & built environments.
Engage in environmentally responsible activities.
Keep the company of healthy people.
Maximize personal harmony with the Earth while minimizing harm to it.
Living within your means, successfully planning for current & future financial needs.
Take steps to become fully aware of financial state and budgets.
Save and manage finances in order to achieve realistic goals.
Experiencing satisfaction & enrichment from self-expression in work, play & life activities.
Art, music, dance, writing, and drama are considered the traditional creative arts, but you can seek out dozens of creative pursuits as part of a wellness plan to help you lower stress, form new connections, and simply be happier.
Location and Parking
Short-term metered parking is available west of the facility. Day parking is available two blocks west in the Tivoli parking garage. Complimentary outdoor bike and skateboard racks are located on the south side of the facility.
Wellness & Recreation Services, a department within CU Denver Student Affairs, oversees the Lola & Rob Salazar Student Wellness Center. We’re here to answer any questions you have about facilities, programs and services. Stop by the center or contact us with questions.
The Lola & Rob Salazar Student Wellness Center welcomes gifts reduce the financial impact and increase the experiential potential of the facility for students. Gifts can be specific to named spaces, program sponsorships or other creative ideas