Well-being resources

As one of USC’s Unifying Values, well-being is a cornerstone of the USC experience. As such, a variety of resources exist across the university to support faculty and staff with their well-being.

Ergonomics Evaluation: An online self-evaluation and request process that can support accommodations needs to promote health, prevent injury, and increase productivity.

Healthy Choice Offerings: A suite of fitness and wellness benefits including ways to save money on your health insurance premiums.

Occupational Therapy Faculty Practice: Lifestyle Redesign services to help faculty and staff implement healthy habits and routines that promote overall quality of life, including programs for weight management, pain management, and health coaching. At Chan Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy (OT), OT sessions are typically covered by insurance.

Office of Religious and Spiritual Life: Sponsoring campus programs with a moral, religious, or spiritual focus and offering a variety of opportunities for exploring the spiritual dimensions of life and learning.

Places for prayer/reflection: UPC offers several locations for reflection or prayer.

Psychotherapy: Offered through the Dornsife Psychology Services Center, cutting-edge, empirically supported therapy and assessments are available to you at a low cost.

Recreational Sports: Offering discounted gym memberships, exercise classes, and more!

Tobacco cessation resources: A variety of options to get the assistance you need to stop smoking or tobacco use once and for all.

Urban garden: A flourishing and invigorating garden space used for education, research, and programs serving the community. The garden itself and programming there promote and demonstrate health and wellness, environmental sustainability, social and environmental justice, and community safety.

USC Farmers Markets: Located at both UPC and HSC.

WorkWell Center: Providing health and well-being programs, as well as counseling, coaching, consulting, and talks and groups to USC-benefited employees.