MODIFIED SPRING BREAK FITNESS CLASSES
SPRING INTO MOTION HAS BEGUN!
Faculty and Staff Physical Activity Challenge
NATIONAL PUBLIC HEALTH WEEK
NATIONAL NUTRITION MONTH
EVELYN HAYES SYMPOSIUM ON MENTAL HEALTH
April, 4th | 12:30pm – 4:00pm
NEW RECREATION PORTAL FOR FITNESS CLASSES
SPRING ALL-ACCESS PROGRAMMING
STAR Health Lecture Series: Conversations in Healthcare
- From stable to flourishing, redefining “good health”
- Lessons learned: A disastrous day of a patient
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What Our Programs Can Do For Your Health
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“Great personal trainer with a wonderful understanding of what clients need to reach their goals. It was awesome working with Kait.”
“Wellbeing is such a personal journey. The Employee Health and Wellbeing team has solutions, connections, and resources that fit the needs of each and every unique employee here at UD”
Executive Vice President and University Treasurer
“Walktober is the best…you are on a team and you are supported every day. No excuses.”
“My personal trainer was an absolute joy. She was professional and informative. As we went along, she asked me what my goals were and helped me develop a gym routine I felt comfortable with. She gave me the confidence I needed to get back to a solid fitness routine! And for that, I am grateful.”
Dianna Degli Obizzi Harden
Personal Training Client
“Jamie is great – always brings energy and gets you motivated!”
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Who is eligible to participate in Employee Health & Wellbeing Programs?
Employees, retirees, and their spouses are eligible to participate in our programs and services. Graduate and undergraduate students are not eligible to participate. Dependents are unable to participate in Employee Health and Wellbeing programs, but may use the facilities within Carpenter Sports Building, as long as a parent is present. Please review the Recreation Services Policies & Procedures Manual for more information.
What are Wellness Dollars?
Wellness Dollars are virtual dollars that you can spend on health and wellbeing programs. Full-time employees and retirees receiving benefits will get 75 Wellness Dollars per fiscal year. Employees working part-time and receiving benefits will get 38 Wellness Dollars per fiscal year.
How do I spend my Wellness Dollars? Wellness Dollars can be used for Employee Health & Wellbeing programs and services. They are not real dollars and cannot be spent on items external to the University. Throughout the year, you will be able to use them for University-wide health challenges, health screenings, nutrition programs, personal training, fitness assessments, fitness classes, lockers and more. When you visit the program registration site, you will be able to use your Wellness Dollars. The system is set up to pull from your Wellness Dollar bank first. If you deplete your Wellness Dollars, you can pay out of pocket. If you do not use all of your Wellness Dollars by June 30, you lose them. You cannot roll them into the next year’s bank. Each July 1, you will start fresh with 75 Wellness Dollars.
Who can use Wellness Dollars? You are the only one who can use your Wellness Dollars for programs and services. Although your spouse is able to participate in our programs, they cannot access your Wellness Dollar account. Spouses will pay the equivalent cost out of pocket. Wellness Dollars are non-transferable, which means you cannot give them to a co-worker if you are not planning to use them. Miscellaneous wage employees do not receive Wellness Dollars, however they can participate in Employee Health and Wellness programs by paying the equivalent out of pocket fee.
What other services do I have access to?
Aside from the Employee Health & Wellbeing services offered, you are eligible to take the Recreation Services fitness classes or participate in their personal training program. Additionally, you have access to all of the facilities within the building. Please note that there may be times that facilities are reserved for classes or other events and may be unavailable to the public. Feel free to call the CSB front desk (831-8600) if you have any questions about facility use/reservation.
Lockers & Laundry Service
There are two locker rooms within Carpenter Sports Building. To rent a locker in the employee locker room, there is a small fee of $75 per year. Lockers are available for rent for the fiscal year starting in July. If you do not wish to purchase a locker in the employee locker room, there are general locker rooms for you to use. The CSB front desk can provide you with a lock for daily use. There is no fee associated with using the general locker room. You also have access to laundry service, for a fee of $60 per year. Laundry service includes daily washing & machine drying of your items in a mesh bag (provided), and a towel. Clean laundry is returned to a passcode-protected room on the main level. Lockers and laundry service can be rented online or in person at the cashier’s desk in the CSB.
Where is Employee Health & Wellbeing located?
We are located in the Carpenter Sports Building, affectionately known as the Little Bob. You can access the CSB from North College Avenue or from Main Street.
Our program office is room 124, right across from the pool.
The Employee Fitness Center is just past our office, located in room 127 (between the 2 large gyms). Accessing the CSB In order to enter the CSB, you will need a valid University ID. When you enter through the main doors, simply swipe or tap your ID at the turnstiles for access to the building. Once in, you have access to all facilities within the CSB, provided there is not a scheduled event in a specific area.