The CWB is an integral part of WPI’s efforts to support campus mental health and well-being. Shortly after she was announced as the inaugural director, Paula Fitzpatrick took some time to discuss her background, passions, and vision of the future of the CWB. Interested in learning more about the team that helped implement the CWB at WPI? Read about how the Mental Health & Well-being Task Force has worked to bring a culture of wellness to WPI.
WPI’s Center for Well-Being (CWB) is an integral part of the university’s cross-functional efforts to support campus mental health and well-being, with the ultimate goal of giving all members of the WPI community the support and resources they need to craft their own wellness stories and journeys. The CWB provides a safe, supportive space for the WPI community to gather, relax, reflect, and recharge.
We understand that well-being is a team effort, and the CWB’s holistic approach focuses on prevention and fostering resiliency so all students can thrive. We’re here to support the WPI community; please don’t hesitate to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions, or visit our main overview page for more information.