Wellness Programs & Resources

Health & Wellness Glossary

Wellness Glossaryy

Check out an Overview of what HealthPoint has to offer.

Click the link to discover Health & Wellness resources across campus.

Healthy Living and Behavior Change

Benefits, Wellness

Living Well Programs

UT Select Members have access to many wellness programs through Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas. Find out more about them here.

Elliptical, Exercise

Points of Health

We host “Points of Health” across campus to help you more conveniently integrate healthy practices into your everyday work life.

Rec Sports, UT

Rec Sports

Opening at 6am on weekdays, Rec Sports is a full-service gym where you can exercise, play, and relax.

women walking

Healthy Strides

Check out the walking maps! You can start anywhere on these paths or make up your own. Grab a co-worker or get going on your own and experience the benefits of walking!

UT Campus

Other Wellness Programs and Services on Campus

In addition to HeathPoint offerings, you can find many other programs and services on campus like Forty Acres Pharmacy and the Counseling and Mental Health Center.

Clinical Services

breast cancer awareness

Mammo Mixers

HealthPoint teams up with UT Health Austin and St. David’s Hospital to offer UT Mammogram Mixers with priority scheduling for mammograms, a free chair massage, “mocktails” and breakfast, lunch, or afternoon snack!

UT Health, UTH, Austin

UT Health Austin

Our partners at UT Health provide personalized, whole-person care with the expertise of a team of experienced medical professionals.

Nursing, UT Health, UTH Nursing

School of Nursing

The School of Nursing offers both family and children's wellness clinics that offer Well Women Exams, Immunizations, Annual Health Physicals and CPR Training.

Physical Therapy

University Health Services

Conveniently located on campus, University Health Services offers physical therapy, travel health, and nutrition programs.

Work Life

Lactation Room

Lactation/Quiet Rooms

Lactation/Quiet Rooms (LQR) are available for use by students, faculty, and staff of The University of Texas at Austin who are nursing mothers or who require rest for medical reasons.

Turtle Pond Flowers

Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

At HealthPoint EAP we strive to transform lives to improve personal and organizational effectiveness for the benefit of the entire UT community.

Health Risk Assessment

Occupational Health Program

The Occupational Health Program partners with the employee, Environmental Health & Safety, and Human Resources to ensure that precautions are taken to protect the university’s most valuable asset—our employees.

Bites of Wellness

Bites of Wellness

Bites of Wellness is a lunch and learn about a variety of health topics.


Naturally Slim

Wondr Health

An online weight loss program that teaches how to lose weight while eating the foods you love!

Picture of vegetables

Farmhouse Delivery

The Farmhouse Deliveries program is connecting UT Austin to local farmers to provide fresh, local produce to students, faculty, and staff on a weekly basis.

Cooking, Ingredients

Department of Nutritional Sciences

Sharpen your culinary skills in the comfort of your own home by watching "Cook 'Em" How-To videos.

HealthPoint Wellness

By attending HealthPoint Wellness events, you agree to give The University of Texas at Austin, its representatives and employees, the absolute right and permission to publish and use pictures of yourself taken at the event.

Participation in HealthPoint wellness activities is completely voluntary. Parking fees are not included for HealthPoint activities. HealthPoint values and respects employees’ privacy. Personal health information, if collected during a wellness activity, is protected and kept confidential, where applicable, according to the Health Insurance Portability & Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA) regulations. Only aggregate, de-identified data is used for trending purposes.

HealthPoint Wellness programs are made possible with funding from UT Austin Human Resources, UT System LivingWell, and grants.