University Health Service

Healthy Relationships

Healthy relationships include acting in accordance with your values, knowing and respecting boundaries (both yours and your partners’), and consent.

Healthy romantic and sexual relationships can take many different forms. Some people like to date one person, while others prefer to date several people, or none at all. Relationships can include more than two people. Romantic relationships may or may not include sex. Any of these relationship styles can be healthy, as long as all involved feel like their needs and wants are being respected.

Sexual Health

Sexuality is a broad concept - it includes desires, values, identities, behaviors, thoughts, and beliefs. How we take care of ourselves with regard to sexuality is our sexual health. 

The World Health Organization defines sexual health as:

two hands forming a heart from a not necessarily a binary relationship

Wellness Coaching: Optimizing wellness for student success

Are you considering changes to optimize your personal health and wellness, or looking to shift aspects of your life? Or maybe you're feeling stuck and would like to work through barriers to achievement and well-being? Wellness coaching could be a good fit for you! This is a FREE 1:1 service for undergraduate and graduate students. 

Model of Personal Well-Being

Problem Drinking

Any one of these consequences is reason enough to evaluate your relationship with alcohol.