The Meadows Center for Health Resources is the health education office of the Student Health and Wellness Center. At the Meadows Center, students are welcome to ask health questions in a welcoming and educational environment. Staff are trained to discuss a variety of health issues with students and make appropriate referrals to SHWC clinical staff or other resources. The Meadows Center cannot provide treatment advice. Students needing medical assistance should contact the Student Health and Wellness Center's Clinic at 940-565-2333.
The staff at the Meadows Center for Health Resources strives to promote overall well-being among UNT students. Our programs, services, and resources are focused on nine different dimensions of wellness. These dimensions include emotional, environmental, intellectual, financial, social, spiritual, occupational, physical, and cultural. Whether you are trying to manage stress, become more active, or practice safer sex, the Meadows Center for Health Resources wants to see you achieve your goals and be #WELL@UNT.
In addition to providing health education information, the Meadows Center provides several other services, including:
The UNT Health and Fitness Expo is a collaborative program coordinated by Rec Sports and the Student Health and Wellness Center. This outdoor health fair is held every year and features free food, free health screenings, community service opportunities, information about on-campus resources, and community partners. Anyone who is interested in sponsoring the Health and Fitness Expo should check out the event page for more information.