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Social Wellness

Social resources support the ability to create harmony in one’s relationships with others, demonstrate effective communication skills, develop the capacity for healthy intimacy and cultivate a support network of caring friends and/or family members.

Resources For Students

Resources for Faculty and Staff

  • Staff Assembly Social Committee Events—The Activities and Social Committee provides staff with opportunities to participate in enjoyable activities and events and to share ideas, experiences and knowledge with other Butler staff, faculty and students. 
  • Butler Summer Games—The Butler Summer Games aims to bring faculty and staff together throughout the summer to enjoy time away from your desk, physical activity, and laughter with new friends across campus.
  • Health and Recreation Complex (HRC)—The Health and Recreation Complex (HRC) offers many programs and services to Butler students, faculty, staff, and alumni, as well as the Indianapolis community. Not only is it the main location for the Department of Recreation, the HRC also houses the offices of Counseling and Consultation Services, Health Education, and Health Services, making it a true wellness center on campus. 
    • Challenge Education High Ropes Course—The High Challenge Course is designed to enhance self-confidence, self-trust, and personal growth 38 – 45 feet above the ground while accommodating varying levels of physical ability.
  • Butler Arts Center—This includes Clowes Hall, Butler's performing arts center on campus and the Schrott Center. The Schrott Center provides students and faculty staff with "a full-sized laboratory" in which to participate and experience the arts. The Schrott Center provides students and faculty with “a full-sized laboratory” in which to participate and experience the arts. 
  • BU Good Clean Fun—@BUGoodFun on Facebook and Twitter is a student-run social media account supported by Health Prevention that features daily posts about campus and local events that are substance-free.