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HSOP will continue to operate virtually through Fall 2020. Be on the lookout for Fall Kickoff Dates. If your organization is interested in getting involved in this program email HSOP@austin.utexas.edu.

HSOP Healthy Student Orgs Program

Congratulations to the 2019-2020 Healthy Student Organization Program Awardees for your outstanding health and wellness accomplishments!

The Healthy Student Organization Program is proud to partner with the City of Austin to publicly recognize the accomplishments of our student organizations every April. Since we were not able to gather this year for a formal congratulatory ceremony, Council Member Kathie Tovo, representing the City of Austin - District 9, has extended her words of gratitude through this video. Many thanks to Kathie Tovo and City Council Staff Nicole Golden for their continued support.

Healthy Student Organization Program

Student organizations are critical to the University of Texas at Austin’s ability to embody and promote a culture of health. The Healthy Student Organization Program helps registered or sponsored student groups lay the foundation for having a healthy, thriving engaged student group. Inquire today and start adding health promoting, enjoyable activities to meetings, philanthropies social gatherings etc. Healthy group practices help members feel more connected and happier!

Any student organization can join!

What does this program include?

  • A Toolkit - Every participating student group receives the student group-oriented HSOP Toolkit - a wellness guidebook of activities, planning methods and ideas to create a healthy group.
  • Resources - We can help connect organizations to information and resources that make it easier to access programming on or off campus. Officers can schedule a free individual consultation with our program manager to devise strategies and write goals for their organization.
  • Networking - Join HSOP and connect with other student organizations that value health and practice implementing healthy activities all year long.
  • Recognition - Organizations can be recognized by the City of Austin. Organizations can reach bronze, silver or gold status based on a point system that incentivizes healthy practices. Groups that place are publicly recognized by the City of Austin City Council each April. Furthermore, participating organizations have the opportunity to achieve the Healthiest Organization Award given by the Office of the Dean of Students and sponsored by the Longhorn Wellness Center.

Get Involved

For more information or questions, email HSOP@austin.utexas.edu at the Longhorn Wellness Center or call (512) 475-8252.

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