University Business - July 2006 - (Page 77)

GOOD MEDICINE T By R. Stephen McDaniel O COMBAT THE GROWING NUMBER OF HEALTH issues affecting college students today, colleges and universities have greatly expanded the range of health services they offer tackling everything from fitness and stress management to alcoholism and smoking cessation. Unfortunately, these robust programs are often hindered by inadequate and aging health-care facilities. But now, some institutions are battling back with facilities that make student health a top priority. By establishing prominently placed student health centers on campus, they're creating a welcoming, inviting setting that's more than functional. Schools like Penn State, the University of Arkansas, and the Uni- versity of Wisconsin

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of University Business - July 2006

College Index
Advisory Board
Company Index
Editor's Note
People Watch
Sense of Place
Stats Watcch
Human Resources
Future Shock
Money Matters
Community Colleges
Diamond in the Mudd
Higher Ed at the Crossroads
Property Values
The President Next Door
Good Medicine
The Outs (and Ins) of Facility Management
Business Technology
What's New
Calendar of Events
Direct Connect
End Note

University Business - July 2006