Cal Poly Pomona recognizes the importance of a healthy culture, promoting wellbeing through healthy lifestyles that enhance the quality of life for our faculty and staff. A lifestyle of wellness helps people achieve a high level of well-being by integrating body, mind and spirit. Cal Poly Pomona welcome faculty and staff in taking part in programs and activities contributing to their overall health and wellness, boosting the wellbeing of our campus community. To learn more about the programs available from EODA, click on the following categories:

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Economic Health

Voluntary Retirement Savings Programs, Flexible Benefits, Volutary Benefits Plans
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Mental Health

CPP LifeMatters by Empathia, Mental Health Resources, Counseling and Psychological Services.

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Physical Health

The BRIC, healthy eating and prevention resources.

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Occupational Health

Organizational Development, Professional Development Learning Resources.

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Intellectual Health

Fee Waiver Program.

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Mind & Soul Health

Take a break, take care of your mind, body and soul, self reflection, self improvement, self care.

Upcoming Events:

“What mental health needs is more sunlight, more candor, and more unashamed conversation.” – Glenn Close

Join us in May to celebrate Mental Health Awareness Month through a series of webinars designed to bring awareness and good practices to mental wellbeing.


Three of our May events include hand outs to help you follow along, they can be found here:
May 6th Mind Body Wellness: Ellen Contente
May13th Key Conversations: Norm Arslan
May17th Team Building: Ellen Contente


Self-Care presented by Andrea M. Handy and Yesenia Colmenero

Self-care is any intentional activity an individual practices to focus on their own needs as it relates to health and well-being. It can be relaxing, intellectual, emotional, spiritual, or physical. Self-care helps you to be mindful of your personal needs, which in turn allows you to better support the people you care about. During this session you will practice various self-care activities led by professionals, to promote overall wellness. At the end of this session, our goal is to leave you feeling rejuvenated and encouraged to establish a self-care routine in your daily lives.

We have invited CPP self-care professionals to help guide you through two of the activities.

Dr. Alane Daugherty CPP Lecturer in Kinesiology and Health Promotion, Co-director of the Mind and Heart Research Lab, a regular contributor to Psychology Today, and author of Unstressed: How Somatic Awareness Can Transform Your Body's Stress Response and Build Emotional Resilience. New Harbinger, Oakland, Ca. 2019.

Shelly Webb is a group fitness instructor for the Bronco Recreation and Intramural Complex (BRIC). Shelly has taught mindful movement, such as yoga and Pilates, to the Cal Poly Pomona community for the past decade. She is also a meditation teacher and co-creator of Mindful Broncos, a collaborative mindfulness project between the BRIC and Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS). She is a graduate of Cal Poly Pomona and currently a PhD student at Claremont Graduate University.

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