Join us on campus for a Mood Walk to benefit your mental health!
A new program to help promote mental health is now available on campus.
Mood Walks for Campus is an initiative that encourages physical activity as a way to improve both physical and mental health. This free, flexible and fun opportunity is open to all students, staff and faculty at the University of Guelph-Humber and Humber College.
An increasing body of evidence suggests that one of the best ways to improve well-being is by simply spending more time outdoors. Spending time in nature has been shown to reduce stress, improve concentration, and bolster creative problem-solving.
North Campus Mood Walks program features 3 regular weekly walks:
Mondays 1:10 pm, Wednesdays 12:10 pm and Fridays 11 am - meet at the Athletics Customer Service Desk
Mood Walks as part of Abroretum "Toursdays" from 2:30 to 3:30 pm:
Thurs Feb 14
Thurs March 14
Special Arboretum led Mood Walks:
Traditional Snowshoe Walk – Wed Feb 20 @12:00pm
Ice Spike/Maple Syrup Mood Walk – Wed Mar 6 @ 12:00pm
Garden Projects Mood Walk – Wed April 3 @ 12:00pm
Nature Rx Mood Walk – Wed April 24 @ 12:00pm
UofGH Library led Mood Walk on Thurs March 28 11:00 am
Mood Walks for Campus Mental Health is part of a provincial-wide initiative led by the Canadian Mental Health Association, Ontario. The program operates in partnership with Hike Ontario, Conservation Ontario, the Centre for Innovation in Campus Mental Health, and the Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants.
Check out the news segment CTV did on our Mood Walks with Dana Levensen: