We want to do better than just survive college; we aim to THRIVE in college!
THRIVE is a wellness-focused community of Texas A&M University students currently living in Hart Hall. THRIVE seeks to support the academic success of its community members by engaging in health-centered activities throughout the school year targeting the dimensions of wellness including intellectual, financial, spiritual, physical, emotional, and social health.
THRIVE is a great on-campus living option for students who are invested in achieving their health goals and want to be surrounded by others who share the same interest in health. Members of this community are diverse in age, major, sex, hometown, race, ethnicity, ability, sexual orientation, ideologies, etc. but all share one thing in common - a commitment to health and wellness.
THRIVE signature programs include community dinners, year-long Wellness Warrior Challenge, Speaker Series, an adventure trip and more! In efforts to support the aim of THRIVE, there are community expectations we hold ourselves and others in the community accountable for:
- Respect the individualities of each other and the community.
- Actively engage in behaviors that support your individual health.
- Support other community members in their quest to achieve health.
- Invest time in getting to know other THRIVE community members by participating in THRIVE-sponsored activities.
Interested in learning more about THRIVE and joining the community? Check out THRIVE's page at the Department of Residence Life where you will find more information about living-learning programs such as THRIVE, the application process, and information about on-campus housing.
Got questions about THRIVE? Send them to email@example.com and one of our Health Promotion Specialists will assist you.
THRIVE: Wellness Living-Learning Community is classified as a Themed Living Program under the Living Learning Programs in the Department of Residence Life, Academic Support Initiatives at Texas A&M University. The community is coordinated in partnership with Health Promotion in the Offices of the Dean of Student Life.