We want you to feel your best.
Wellbeing doesn’t happen automatically, and it also doesn’t have to mean overhauling your entire life. Small adjustments in your everyday life and routines can make a big difference.
Explore these resources to help you support the different parts of your health & wellness.
Boston University is a big place with many resources available – which can sometimes make it hard to know where to turn. Student Wellbeing has an easy-to-use list of campus resources that support all the dimensions of your wellbeing. You can search by wellbeing type (emotional, physical, social, financial, etc.), or program type (in person or remote) or by audience (grad or undergrad).
Sexual Health & Relationships Resources
Sexual health is a state of physical, mental and social wellbeing that requires a positive and respectful approach to sexuality, sexual relationships, pleasure, and more.
Sexual Misconduct Prevention & Response Resources
BU is committed to fostering a safe environment where all members of the University substance can work, learn, and thrive.
Sleep is an important factor that impacts our stress, energy, and overall health and wellbeing. Good sleep habits can help you meet your academic and personal goals.
Stress & Mental Health Resources
Learning to care for your mental health and manage stress are important parts of supporting your overall wellbeing.
Substance Use & Recovery Resources
We want to provide students with the information and skills to make informed decisions about alcohol and other drugs, and support students in recovery from substance use.