The TANITA body composition monitor provides a more accurate assessment of health than weight and body mass index (BMI) alone. The machine uses Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis (BIA) to distinguish the number of pounds (or kg) associated with fat, free fat mass (such as connective tissue and muscle) and body water. Knowing your numbers is the first step in improving (or maintaining) your optimal level of health!
Health Promotion provides free body composition readings to Texas A&M University students throughout the semester. Walk-ins welcomed on Monday through Friday from 8:00 am - 4:30 pm. An appointment can be made for students wanting a more extensive consultation with a Health Promotion Specialist.
Have questions about a particular health topic? Looking for help in how to apply healthy behaviors while in college or living on campus? Schedule a time to meet with a staff member and discuss issues related to your health by calling 979.845.0280 or emailing email@example.com.
The American College Health Association’s National College Health Assessment (NCHA) is a nationally recognized research survey that allows us to learn about students’ health. The information you provide directly impacts how we devote our resources to support your academic achievement and personal development throughout your time in Aggieland. The NCHA is one of the strongest ways students can influence health promotion on campus.
Safe Spring Break
Safe Spring Break is an annual program focused on encouraging fun, responsible, and safe decisions for spring break activities!