Wellness & Well-Being

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Wayne County Community COVID-19 Level is Low. Masks are recommended in classroom and work settings and libraries.

University of Detroit Mercy is proud to focus its efforts on creating an environment that enables wellness and well-being for every member of our University community.

The Wellness & Well-Being website brings awareness and education to the deeper-rooted topics affecting one’s health and provides actionable information for vitality in all areas.

Through outreach and education, our Detroit Mercy community can empower and strengthen our health as individuals and promote the care of one another.

wellness The University defines Wellness as one’s physical health.

Find out more about Wellness

EMOTIONAL WELL-BEING Feelings and experiences that improve quality of life, realizing your full potential, and coping with the stresses of life.

Find emotional health resources

PURPOSE OR CAREER Liking what you do and being motivated to work toward, and achieve, your goals.

Career Resources

SOCIAL WELL-BEING Your relationships, support you give and receive, and how you connect with those who impact you, including friends, family, and colleagues.

Find Social Well-Being Resources

FINANCIAL WELL-BEING How you manage, spend, and relate to money, as well as reducing finance-related stress.

Find Financial Resources

COMMUNITY WELL-BEING Feeling pride in where you work and live, and making meaningful contributions to your communities.

Find Community at UDM

Reporting health-related concerns

Anyone with a confirmed case of infectious illness, such as COVID-19, monkeypox, flu or strep throat should report this information using the Medical Referral Reporting Form. An individual may also report on behalf of another that has a confirmed infectious illness but may be unable to report for themselves.