LAKERS TOGETHER: COVID vaccine required by September 30. Face coverings required indoors.
Intellectual Wellness includes exercising your mind like you exercise your body. It can be your educational journey through life including formal classroom learning as well as your hobbies or interests (students orgs, art, reading, learning a new sport, etc.) where you take part in discussions or conversations that you find interesting with others.
Be Intellectually Well
Participate in Cultural Events
- Both campus and the Grand Rapids area are full of events that provide new, unique experiences from various cultures and backgrounds. Wander around Grand Rapids during ArtPrize, appreciate the symphony at DeVos Performance Hall, or attend a performance by the GVSU Department of Music, Theatre, and Dance.
- An important step in achieving intellectual wellness is getting academic help when you need it. The Tutoring Center on campus is here for you to become a self-directed, independent learner by helping you to understand content that may be difficult through practice and study techniques.
Learn a New Skill
- Challenge your mind by learning to do something you’ve never done before. The possibilities are nearly endless, so once you’ve mastered one skill, you can start on another! Try a new sport, cooking, pottery, swimming, singing, dancing, musical instrument, gardening, drawing, writing, painting.