OSU-CHS Wellness Center activities planned for fall semester
|Jesse Chaffin, health and wellness manager, makes sure exercise equipment at the Wellness Center is ready for members to use.
The OSU-CHS Wellness Center has planned a number of events for the fall semester, including a fitness competition between MS1 and MS2 students, the Strongest Cowboy competition, a campus-wide fight against obesity, boot camp, yoga and more.
The Fight Against Obesity weight loss competition is Sept. 1-Nov. 21. Prizes will be awarded to the participant who loses the most percentage weight and to the individual who loses the most inches in the waist. The Strongest Cowboy strength competition begins with baseline testing on Sept. 5-6 and ends Dec. 5-9. For more information about either contest, visit the wellness center or email Jesse Chaffin, health and wellness manager.
In addition, all OSU-CHS students, faculty and staff may attend fitness classes at the OSU-Tulsa Wellness Center free of charge. To view OSU-Tulsa’s class schedule, visit the Fitness Studio website. Read more.
Get the OSU Student All Sports Pass
OSU is offering students a $250 pass to get into every OSU home game for every sport this year, including football, soccer, basketball, wrestling, softball, baseball and tennis.
To purchase the All Sports Pass and avoid buying tickets at the last minute, fill out a branch campus form and email it to the OSU ticket office with your class schedule and copy of your student ID card. For more information, call 877-ALL-4-OSU.
In addition, OSU faculty and staff qualify for $100 off for up to four season football tickets in the 100 or 200 levels of Boone Pickens Stadium.To learn more, call 405-744-5745 or email the OSU ticket office.
Show orange pride on College Colors Day
Wear orange tomorrow to display your OSU pride for College Colors Day. The annual tradition encourages college students, alumni, faculty and staff to show their support by wearing university apparel.
In addition, OSU-CHS fans can show their spirit on social media by posting pictures on the OSU-CHS Facebook page or tagging photos @OSUCHS on Twitter or @OKStateCHS on Instagram and using the hashtag #CollegeColors.
Learn more about the event at College Colors Day. To see the latest OSU-CHS apparel, visit Matthews Bookstore in Founders Hall.
Are you a good digital citizen?
OSU-CHS is committed to creating and maintaining a productive living and learning community that fosters the intellectual, personal, cultural and ethical development of its students. All members of the OSU family are encouraged to follow the digital citizenship tips below when interacting with others online:
- Be smart. Think before you post. Answer these questions: Is it helpful? Is it kind? Is it legal? If your answer to any of these is “no” or you aren’t sure, don’t post the content.
- Have fun. Digital media and apps are designed to encourage engagement and interaction. Use it to build others up, instead of tearing them down. Be a part of the conversation. There is value in diversity and sharing different ideas and perspectives.
- Advocate for a good cause. Do you love #okstate, your student organization, a car, an animal or your hometown? Post with passion. Use the apps and sites you are comfortable with to advocate and share information about the things you love most.
Learn more digital citizenship tips at the OSU Digital Safety website.