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Storm's Advocates (FaceBook)

Storm's Advocates is an organization of students who present educational programs promoting health and wellness. Storm's Advocates sponsor a variety of campus wide events and activities promoting awareness among The College of St. Scholastica student body.

Student Health 101

A free online magazine covering a variety of college health issues including stress, sleep, nutrition, alcohol, unhealthy sexual practices, colds, flu, and more.


Many College of St. Scholastica students have already discovered the benefits of working with a Cenergy! coach. Our Cenergy! coach can design a workout plan customized to you. Your Cenergy! coach will provide you with ongoing motivation and support, and will help you achieve your wellness goals.


SleepWell is the College of St. Scholastica's sleep initiative. The SleepWell page will help to inform you of the impact sleep has on your body, answer some of your sleep questions, and allow you to interact with useful resources.

Student Center for Health and Wellbeing

The Student Center for Health and Well-Being (SCHAWB) empowers students through services, education, information, and support utilizing a multicultural and student centered wellness model that is essential for academic success.


Sometimes we all need to take a few deep breaths. Biofeedback is a program on campus that enables students to gain control over their breath. During a biofeedback session, you may utilize several different relaxation including: deep breathing, progressive muscle relaxation, guided imagery and Mindfulness meditation. Contact Julie Zaruba Fountaine, for more information.

Bright Lights 

Located throughout the library on the Duluth Main Campus bright lights are marked by a bright light sign. Bright Lights provide a measured amount of balanced spectrum light equivalent to standing outdoors on a clear spring day. This has been shown to help regulate sleep/wake cycles. For more information please refer to