Health and Well-being Community
The University of Michigan highlights eight dimensions of well-being. The Health and Well-being community engages residential students in each dimension and promotes an environment tailored to helping students manage, maintain, reflect on, define, and make positive decisions regarding their overall well-being. The eight dimensions include: physical, emotional/mental, environmental, financial, occupational, social, intellectual, and spiritual. If you have interests in any of these topics or you are interested in working on your own health and well-being as you transition to a new environment, we highly encourage you to join this community.
Advantages of joining the Health and Well-being Community:
- Access to wellness resources that provide support for academic success and personal development.
- Enhance leadership skills and network with other students with a shared enthusiasm for health and well-being.
- Engage in intentional programs aligned with the eight dimensions of well-being.
To apply for acceptance into the Health and Well-being Residential Community, applicants must have been accepted for admission to UM-Flint, and be a student at UM-Flint residing in First Street Residence Hall.
For additional information, please contact Lisa Sancrant at [email protected].
Dr. Lisa Sancrant
Director of Student Health and Wellness
Dr. Lisa Sancrant (she/her) serves as the Senior Director of Student Health and Wellness. This role includes oversight of Counseling and Psychological Services, Disability and Accessibility Support Services, and Recreational Services. Lisa and her team work to promote an environment at UM-Flint that supports both individual and community well-being. In her free time, Lisa enjoys spending time with family and friends, attending live music shows, reading, exercise, and walking with her dog, Rocco.