Healthier Campus Initiative (HCI) Returns with New Virtual Features!!
Dining Service Vendor implements guidelines to create healthier menus using new 2020-2025 USDA Dietary Guidelines, new cultural waves and other resources.
Athletic Director creates diverse activities for movement and Facilities creates a pedestrian and bicycle-friendly environment.
Well-being committees collaborate & create priorities such as food pantries, cooking classes, mindfulness and other student services.
I.A.2 Offer a minimum of five (5) types of fruits, five (5) types of vegetables and two (2) 100% whole grain products at both lunch and dinner (if served).
I.B.1 Implement local food or sustainabiltiy program that increases procurement of local and sustainable foods.
I.C.1 Ensure that a minimum of 50% of vending machines offer only healthier food and beverage producst OR fifty percent of each vending machine content is healthier food and beverage products.
II.A.4. Offer a bicycle share/rental program and/or subsidize bicycle purchase program for all students.
II.B.3 Offer a minimum of forty (40) total:
a.) Diverse non-competitive group fitness opportunities during each academic year
b.) Diverse competitive sports, intramural or informal recreation opportunities each academic year.
III.A Implement an integrated, comprehensive wellness program for individuals on campus that is provided annually.
III.B.2 Implement a program/policy that identifies students who may be food insecure and provides options on campus.